Research on the shaping process of PKR-2 catalyst for a high-temperature N2O decomposition with using capillary rheometry

Ecology and sustainable development. Environmental protection
Proceedings of the 2nd International Scientific Conference «Chemical Technology and Engineering»: June 24–28, 2019, Lviv: Lviv Polytechnic National University, 2018, pp. 323–326

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Monika Ruszak Ph.D. monika.ruszak [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Pulawy, Poland
Marek Inger Ph.D. marek.inger [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Pulawy, Poland
Magdalena Saramok No magdalena.saramok [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Pulawy, Poland
Pawel Wiercioch No pawel.wiercioch [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Pulawy, Poland
Marcin Wilk Ph.D. marcin.wilk [at] ins.pulawy.pl New Chemical Syntheses Institute
Pulawy, Poland

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Abstract

PKR-2 catalyst for N2O abatement in HNO3 plants is shaped by an extrusion process, from a mixture of catalyst powder and plasticizing additives. The catalyst mass composition, allowing for its trouble-free shaping on an industrial extruder and producing catalyst extrudates with the best mechanical parameters, was opimized using capillary rheometry.

References

[1] J. J. Benbow, J. Bridgewater, Paste Flow and Extrusion, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 25, 1993.

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