Open Cell Foams as Substrates for the Design of Structured Catalysts, Solid Oxide Fuel Cells and Supported Asymmetric Membranes

Oleg Smorygo
Minsk, Belarus

Vladislav Sadykov
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia

Ljudmila Bobrova
Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Novosibirsk, Russia

Series: Chemical Engineering Methods and Technology
BISAC: SCI007000

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This monograph summarizes results from the international research devoted to the design of efficient structured catalysts for the transformation of fuels into syngas, intermediate-temperature solid oxide fuel cells and asymmetric supported oxygen separation/catalytic membranes based on new types of metal alloy/composite foam substrates.

The comparative analysis of different porous permeable materials was performed in terms of the achievable pore size and relative density ranges, hydraulic permeability and transfer parameters. It was demonstrated that the open-cell foam provide a good combination of properties that can be advantageous in many catalytic applications. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Contributors

Chapter 1. Porous Permeable Materials as Supports for Structured Catalysts and Supported Membranes

Chapter 2. Plastic Deformation as an Approach to Design New Open Cell Metal Foam Supports

Chapter 3. Processing the Composite Foam Supports with the Graded Pore Structure and Composition

Chapter 4. Converting Hydrocarbon and Oxygenated Fuels over the Structured Foam Catalysts

Chapter 5. Open Cell Foam Substrates in Supported Asymmetric Membranes and SOFCs

Acknowledgements

Index

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