Structured catalysts for biofuels transformation into syngas with active components based on perovskite and spinel oxides supported on Mg-doped alumina

Vladislav Sadykov, Svetlana Pavlova, Ekaterina Smal, Marina Arapova, Mikhail Simonov, Natalia Mezentseva, Vladimir Rogov, Tatiana Glazneva, Anton Lukashevich, Anne Cecile Roger, Ksenia Parkhomenko, Andre van Veen, Oleg Smorygo

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Abstract

For structured catalysts of biofuels transformation into syngas inexpensive and stable to sintering active components based upon Mg-doped γ-alumina with supported LaNi0.9Ru0.1O3 perovskite or MnCr2O4 spinel promoted by Ru + Ni were developed. Characterization of the surface features, reactivity, catalytic activity and routes of ethanol transformation on these catalysts demonstrated that suppression of support acidity, strong interaction of Ru-Ni alloy nanoparticles with manganese chromite layers on support and a high redox ability provide a high yield of syngas and stability to coking. The most promising active component (2 wt% Ni + 2 wt% Ru)/MnCr2O4/10 wt% MgO − γ-Al2O3 supported on microchannel heat-conducting CrAlO cermet plates demonstrated a high performance and stability to coking in the autothermal reforming of such reactive fuels as glycerol, anisol and turpentine oil.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)176-185
Number of pages10
JournalCatalysis Today
Volume293
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 15 Sep 2017

Keywords

  • Biofuels
  • Catalysis
  • Coking stability
  • Nanocomposites
  • Syngas
  • METHANE COMBUSTION
  • LOW-TEMPERATURE
  • OXYGEN
  • NI/AL2O3 CATALYSTS
  • HYDROGEN-PRODUCTION
  • ETHANOL
  • PARTIAL OXIDATION
  • NI
  • CO-ADSORPTION
  • FUELS

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