No.18 石炭燃焼排ガス中の微量水銀の酸化除去(灰・微量元素(1)) [in Japanese] Mercury removal by catalytic oxidation in coal combustion flue gas [in Japanese]
Access this Article
Search this Article
Mercury oxidation by the V_2O_5/TiO_2 based commercial SCR catalyst was investigated. In coal combustion flue gas, ash derived from coal has been gradually accumulated on the honeycomb surface. By an FE-SEM observation on the honeycomb surface with assistance of FIB(Focused Ion Beam)technique, very fine ash particles with several 10 to several 100 nm of diameter were confirmed to form a porous deposition layer on the honeycomb surface. Both NO conversion and Hg^0 oxidation rates are decreased in accordance with the thickness of the porous deposition layer on the catalyst surface. Diffusion limitation of reactants through the porous deposition layer is one of crucial factor which determines the catalyst life time.
- Proceedings of Conference on Coal Science
Proceedings of Conference on Coal Science 47(0), 36-37, 2010
The Japan Institute of Energy