An isothermal monolithic catalytic converter of automobile exhaust gas was modeled to assess the effects of oscillatory feeding of CO, O2 and NO on the performance of the reactor. The influence of temp., frequency, and amplitude on the time av. conversions was investigated. An improvement relative to the steady state conversion of 8% for CO and 30% for NO can be obtained. An explanation is given in terms of strongly changing surface coverage during cycling of the feed concns.
|Name||Studies in Surface Science and Catalysis|
|Conference||conference; Capoc ; 3 (Brüssel) : 1994.04.20-22; 1994-04-20; 1994-04-22|
|Period||20/04/94 → 22/04/94|
|Other||Capoc ; 3 (Brüssel) : 1994.04.20-22|