Effect of catalytic combustion of hydrogen on dehydrogenation in a membrane reactor. II. Dehydrogenation of ethane. Verification of the mathematical model
Thermodynamically coupled dehydrogenation of ethane in a membrane reactor is studied by mathematical modeling. The dehydrogenation of ethane in a membrane reactor with additional combustion of hydrogen is shown to have an advantage over dehydrogenation in a tubular reactor. Verification of the mathematical model of the process is performed.
Keywordshydrogen combustion dehydrogenation thermodynamically coupled processes catalytic membrane reactor mathematical modeling
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