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Stress test of pilot unit for removal of VOCs and CO by catalytic oxidation

BRUMMER, V. JECHA, D. MARTINEC, J. SKRYJA, P.

Original Title

Stress test of pilot unit for removal of VOCs and CO by catalytic oxidation

English Title

Stress test of pilot unit for removal of VOCs and CO by catalytic oxidation

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The pilot fixed bed catalytic oxidation unit was installed in Momentive Specialty Chemicals manufacturing site in Sokolov, Czech Republic. The aim of pilot testing was to give accuracy to operational and economic parameters of an eventual future full-scale unit for removal of VOC and CO from the waste off-gas and for the effectiveness verification of catalytic oxidation. The stress test was carried out at the pilot unit of catalytic oxidation. Various characteristics of reactor during its gradual overloading up to the maximum achievable flow rate at full opening of the input valve of processed PVG off-gas were investigated. At the maximum load, the outlet temperature 593.0 degC was reached, which is acceptable for the oxidation catalyst used. The lowest removal efficiency achieved for VOC was 96.89 % and 97.77 % for CO, respectively.

English abstract

The pilot fixed bed catalytic oxidation unit was installed in Momentive Specialty Chemicals manufacturing site in Sokolov, Czech Republic. The aim of pilot testing was to give accuracy to operational and economic parameters of an eventual future full-scale unit for removal of VOC and CO from the waste off-gas and for the effectiveness verification of catalytic oxidation. The stress test was carried out at the pilot unit of catalytic oxidation. Various characteristics of reactor during its gradual overloading up to the maximum achievable flow rate at full opening of the input valve of processed PVG off-gas were investigated. At the maximum load, the outlet temperature 593.0 degC was reached, which is acceptable for the oxidation catalyst used. The lowest removal efficiency achieved for VOC was 96.89 % and 97.77 % for CO, respectively.

Keywords

VOC, CO, catalytic oxidation, pilot unit, stress test

RIV year

2013

Released

25.06.2013

ISBN

978-91-637-2150-2

Book

Abstract Book - 6th European combustion meeting

Pages from

P1-77 1

Pages to

P1-77 6

Pages count

6

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT100352,
  author="Vladimír {Brummer} and David {Jecha} and Jan {Martinec} and Pavel {Skryja}",
  title="Stress test of pilot unit for removal of VOCs and CO by catalytic oxidation",
  annote="The pilot fixed bed catalytic oxidation unit was installed in Momentive Specialty Chemicals manufacturing site in Sokolov, Czech Republic. The aim of pilot testing was to give accuracy to operational and economic parameters of an eventual future full-scale unit for removal of VOC and CO from the waste off-gas and for the effectiveness verification of catalytic oxidation. The stress test was carried out at the pilot unit of catalytic oxidation. Various characteristics of reactor during its gradual overloading up to the maximum achievable flow rate at full opening of the input valve of processed PVG off-gas were investigated. At the maximum load, the outlet temperature 593.0 degC was reached, which is acceptable for the oxidation catalyst used. The lowest removal efficiency achieved for VOC was 96.89 % and 97.77 % for CO, respectively.",
  booktitle="Abstract Book - 6th European combustion meeting",
  chapter="100352",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2013",
  month="june",
  pages="P1-77 1--P1-77 6",
  type="conference paper"
}