The Sensitizing Effects of NOx on Methane Low-temperature Oxidation in a Jet Stirred Reactor

  • Lorena Marrodán Bretón Grupo de Procesos Termoquímicos (GPT), Instituto de Investigación en Ingeniería de Aragón (I3A), Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Yu Song CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)
  • Nicolas Vin CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)
  • Olivier Herbinet CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)
  • Emmanuel Assaf CNRS-PC2A-Lille (France)
  • Christa Fittschen CNRS-PC2A-Lille (France)
  • Alessandro Stagni Politecnico di Milano-Milan (Italy)
  • Tiziano Faravelli Politecnico di Milano-Milan (Italy)
  • María Uxue Alzueta Grupo de Procesos Termoquímicos (GPT), Instituto de Investigación en Ingeniería de Aragón (I3A), Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Frédérique Battin-Leclerc CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)

Resumen

Biogas (mainly methane and carbon dioxide) produced from biomass anaerobic digestion is considered as a potential renewable gas-phase fuel. That is why the study of the mutual effects of CH4/NOx have attracted considerable attention in the past decade. In this work, the oxidation of methane with and without NOx addition has been investigated in a jet-stirred reactor.

Biografía del autor

Yu Song, CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)

 

 
Nicolas Vin, CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)

 

   
Olivier Herbinet, CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)

 

 
Emmanuel Assaf, CNRS-PC2A-Lille (France)

 

 
Christa Fittschen, CNRS-PC2A-Lille (France)

 

 
Alessandro Stagni, Politecnico di Milano-Milan (Italy)

 

   
Tiziano Faravelli, Politecnico di Milano-Milan (Italy)

 

 
María Uxue Alzueta, Grupo de Procesos Termoquímicos (GPT), Instituto de Investigación en Ingeniería de Aragón (I3A), Universidad de Zaragoza

 

 
Frédérique Battin-Leclerc, CNRS-LRGP-Nancy (France)

 

 
Publicado
2018-05-25