Hydrogen production from biomass derived compounds by sorption enhanced reforming
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Sorption enhance steam reforming (SESR) is a technique which involves the integration of three reactions in one stage; namely steam reforming (SR), water gas shift (WGS) and CO2 sorption This project was developed to study the Water Gas Shift reaction at high temperature in a packed bed reactor. All reactions were carried out with a Trimetallic (Pd/Co-Ni/HT) catalyst with different Pd loadings and analyzed by gas chromatography. Rate expressions from different mechanisms were analyzed in order to identify the more proper catalytic water gas pathway over the Trimetallic catalyst. Furthermore, sorption enhanced water gas shift reaction, using dolomite as sorbent, was studied by means of conversion and sorption strength.