Hydrogen Production via Steam Reforming of Bio-Oil's Light Components - Ethanol and Glycerol - over Supported Nikelates
4th International School-Conference on Catalysis for Young Scientists “CATALYST DESIGN. From Molecular to Industrial level” (ISCC-2015)
05-06 Sep 2015
conference_type.international conference, Казань
|| Arapova Marina Vasilʹevna
, Pavlova Svetlana Nikolaevna
, Parkhomenko Ksenia Victorovna
, Glazneva Tatʹyana Sergeevna
, Larina Tatyana Viktorovna
, Rogov Vladimir Alekseevich
, Krieger Tamara Andreevna
, Sadykov Vladislav Aleksandrovich
, Roger Anne-Cecile
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS
Novosibirsk State University
In the present work, the catalysts mLnNi0.9Ru0.1О3/nMg-γ-Al2O3 (Ln = La, Pr, m=10-20%wt, n=6-15%wt) were synthesized and tested in the steam reforming of ethanol (ESR), steam and oxy-steam reforming of glycerol (GSR and GOSR) in a plug-flow reactor at the atmospheric pressure and temperature range of 500-800°C.
The study of the catalysts performance in ESR and GSR shows that they provide high values of oxygenates conversion, hydrogen yield and coking stability. The optimal composition of the catalyst with high activity and coking stability has been revealed. It was found that the addition of oxygen in the reaction mixture (GOSR) increases the stability of catalyst to coking, without compromising a high hydrogen yield.
The optimal catalyst supported on Ni-Al foam substrate shows a high and stable performance in ESR in a pilot reactor in a realistic reaction mixture during 50 hours.