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Evaluation of Design Parameters for a 32-Module Disk-Type Membrane-Catalytic Reactor for Producing High-Purity Hydrogen from Diesel Fuel

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The design of a 32-module disk-type membrane-catalytic reactor for producing high-purity hydrogen (H2) from diesel fuel at a rate of 7.45 m3 H2/h is analyzed by mathematical modeling. The used mathematical model is adequate and describes well published quantitative design data. A possible way for increasing the productivity and efficiency of high-purity H2 production from diesel fuel in the membrane-catalytic reactor is proposed.

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Translated from Khimicheskoe i Neftegazovoe Mashinostroenie, Vol. 55, No. 10, pp. 24−27, October, 2019.

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Vandyshev, A.B., Kulikov, V.A. Evaluation of Design Parameters for a 32-Module Disk-Type Membrane-Catalytic Reactor for Producing High-Purity Hydrogen from Diesel Fuel. Chem Petrol Eng (2020) doi:10.1007/s10556-020-00698-8

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Keywords

  • high-purity hydrogen
  • membrane-catalytic reactor
  • diesel fuel