SYNTHESIS GAS REGENERATION ELECTROTECHNOLOGY USING VOLUME HIGH-VOLTAGE PULSED DISCHARGES: CORONA AND BARRIER ONES
Keywords:high-voltage complex, pulse generator, corona discharge, barrier discharge, reactor, electrotechnology
Factory testing of a created high-voltage complex (plant) has been conducted. The complex consists of two pulse generators with the repetition rate of up to 50,000 pulses per second and load reactors with pulsed discharges – corona and barrier ones. Transistor (IGBT) keys are used as energy switches. The efficient mode of coke gas methane conversion (steam reforming) to syngas has been obtained with application of the complex created. A unidirectional action of the pulsed discharges, the gas mixture temperature, and a nickel catalyst has reduced the specific energy consumption for synthesis gas regeneration during the conversion. A feasible mechanism of this conversion is
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