A reverse flow catalytic membrane reactor for the production of syngas: an experimental study

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Smit, J. and Bekink, G.J. and Sint Annaland van, M. and Kuipers, J.A.M. (2005) A reverse flow catalytic membrane reactor for the production of syngas: an experimental study. International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, 3 (A12). ISSN 1542-6580

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Abstract:In this paper experimental results are presented for a demonstration unit of a recently proposed novel integrated reactor concept (Smit et. al., 2005) for the partial oxidation of natural gas to syngas (POM), namely a Reverse Flow Catalytic Membrane Reactor (RFCMR). Natural gas has great potential as a feedstock for the production of liquid fuels via the Gas-To-Liquid (GTL) process, but this process has not found widespread application yet, mainly due to the large costs associated with cryogenic air separation and complex heat integration
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