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Comparison of hydrocaron components affecting de-nox performance of hc-selective catalytic reduction catalysts


6th International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile & Mechanical Engineering

July 08-09, 2019 | Zurich, Switzerland

Kyungseok Lee, Hidenori Kosaka, Susumu Sato, Toshiyuki yokoi and Byungchul Choi

Tokyo Institue of Technology, Japan Chonnam National University, South Korea

Posters & Accepted Abstracts: JET

Abstract

The catalytic performance of copper (Cu)-containing zeolite catalysts supported on various types of zeolites (chabaziete, MFI, and BEA frameworks) was investigated in the hydrocarbon (HC)-selective catalytic reduction (SCR) of NOx with C3H6 and n-C4H10 as reducing agents. The catalysts were prepared by an wetness incipient impregantion method with varying copper loadings from 1 to 10 wt%, thereafter they were washcoated on the commericial monolitic honeycomb substrate. All the prepared powder catalytst were characterized by N2 adsorption isotherms, powder X-ray diffraction (XRD), inductively coupled plasma–atomic emission spectrometry, solidstate27Al magic angle spinning–nuclear magnetic resonance, ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, field emission scanning electron microscopy, and high-resolution scanning electron microscopy. The impregnation of Cu to the respective zeolites did not modify the inherent zeolite topology, whereas the loading levels of copper and zeolite topology significantly affected the de-NOx performance of Cu/zeolites. Among the Cu/zeolite catalysts, 2Cu/ZSM-5 showed the best catalytic performance both the C3H6- and C4H10-SCR, exhibiting a nearly 70% de-NOx performance at 3600C in C3H6-SCR and 74% NOx conversion at 450-4650C in C4H10-SCR, followed by Cu/BETA and Cu/SSZ-13. The effects of coexistent gases (0-8 vol.% oxygen and 0-10 vol.% carbon dioxide) and hydrothermal aging at 7000C were also evaluated. Oxygen was an indispensable component for the HC-SCR process, and its concentration affected the N2 selectivity and temperature window of the maximum de-NOx performance. The presence of CO2 in the feed stream was an inhibitor for NOx reduction.

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