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000084477 245__ $$aIgnition and Extinction of Autothermal Reactors at Periodic Operation
000084477 269__ $$a1977
000084477 260__ $$c1977
000084477 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000084477 520__ $$aMaterial and temp. instabilities in autothermal reactors, e.g. catalyst temp. instabilities and steep radial and axial temp. profiles, and difficulty in isolation of intermediate products, are resolved by periodic operation of the reactor. Using the oxidn. of propylene over Pt gauze as an example, it was shown that operation at high frequency within the temp.-conversion hysteresis allows the reactor to operate in a pseudostationary mode at one of the stable operating points. Increasing the mass capacity or the periodic frequency lowers the concn. amplitude. The cycle amplitudes are mainly detd. by the heat capacity of the system.
000084477 700__ $$aWandrey, C.
000084477 700__ $$0240078$$aRenken, A.$$g106205
000084477 773__ $$j32$$k4$$q448-451$$tChemical Engineering Science
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