1. Effect of water density on heterogeneous catalytic water gas shift reaction in the presence of Ru/C, Pd/LaCoO3 and Fe3O4 in supercritical water

    The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 97:211 (2015)

  2. Effect of temperature and pressure on hydrogen production from steam reforming of biogas with Pd-Ag membrane reactor

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2014)

    The steam reforming reaction of a biogas mixture was conducted with a hydrogen permeable palladium-silver membrane reactor at lower temperatures from 623 to 723 K and from 0.1 to 0.4 MPa of reaction side pressure. The biogas composition was in reference to that of the biogas obtained f...
  3. Effect of temperature and pressure on hydrogen production from steam reforming of biogas with Pd-Ag membrane reactor

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2014)

    The steam reforming reaction of a biogas mixture was conducted with a hydrogen permeable palladium-silver membrane reactor at lower temperatures from 623 to 723 K and from 0.1 to 0.4 MPa of reaction side pressure. The biogas composition was in reference to that of the biogas obtained f...
  4. Effect of temperature and pressure on hydrogen production from steam reforming of biogas with Pd-Ag membrane reactor

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2014)

    The steam reforming reaction of a biogas mixture was conducted with a hydrogen permeable palladium-silver membrane reactor at lower temperatures from 623 to 723 K and from 0.1 to 0.4 MPa of reaction side pressure. The biogas composition was in reference to that of the biogas obtained f...
  5. Effect of water density and air pressure on partial oxidation of bitumen in supercritical water

    Fuel 95:347 (2012)

    Highlights ► Bitumen was partially oxidized in supercritical water for selective CO formation. ► The bitumen – supercritical water – air system consisted of two phases. ► The CO selectivity increased and the amount of total gas tended to decrease with increasing water/oil rat...
  6. Effect of water density and air pressure on partial oxidation of bitumen in supercritical water

    Fuel 95:347 (2012)

    Highlights ► Bitumen was partially oxidized in supercritical water for selective CO formation. ► The bitumen – supercritical water – air system consisted of two phases. ► The CO selectivity increased and the amount of total gas tended to decrease with increasing water/oil rat...
  7. Gasification of bean curd refuse with carbon supported noble metal catalysts in supercritical water

    Biomass and Bioenergy 35(3):1245 (2011)

    Gasification of bean curd refuse was examined in the presence of carbon supported noble metal catalysts in sub- and supercritical water from 473 K to 673 K. The activity of catalyst was in the order of Ru/C >> Rh/C > Pt/C > Pd/C. The effect of reaction condition with Ru/C catalyst was ...
  8. Gasification of bean curd refuse with carbon supported noble metal catalysts in supercritical water

    Biomass and Bioenergy 35(3):1245 (2011)

    Gasification of bean curd refuse was examined in the presence of carbon supported noble metal catalysts in sub- and supercritical water from 473 K to 673 K. The activity of catalyst was in the order of Ru/C >> Rh/C > Pt/C > Pd/C. The effect of reaction condition with Ru/C catalyst was exami...
  9. A catalytic ZSM-5 membrane sandwiched with silicalite-1 layers for highly selective toluene disproportionation

    Separation and Purification Technology 73(1):32 (2010)

    A catalytic zeolite membrane composed of silicalite-1, ZSM-5 and silicalite-1 layers supported on a porous stainless support was prepared by hydrothermal synthesis (silicalite-1/ZSM-5/silicalite-1 membrane). The permeance of hydrogen, argon, nitrogen, n-butane and isobutane for silic...
  10. Upgrading of bitumen with formic acid in supercritical water

    The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 55(1):232 (2010)

  11. Steam reforming of biogas mixtures with a palladium membrane reactor system

    Chemical Engineering Science 65(1):451 (2010)

    A fundamental study of the steam reforming of biogas and that derived from supercritical water gasification of glucose was conducted with a hydrogen-permeable palladium–silver membrane reactor. The hydrogen permeabilities for H ...
  12. Upgrading of bitumen with formic acid in supercritical water

    The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 55(1):232 (2010)

  13. Steam reforming of biogas mixtures with a palladium membrane reactor system

    Chemical Engineering Science 65(1):451 (2010)

    A fundamental study of the steam reforming of biogas and that derived from supercritical water gasification of glucose was conducted with a hydrogen-permeable palladium–silver membrane reactor. The hydrogen permeabilities for H ...
  14. The selective thermalcis-transisomerization of 1,2-diphenylsulfonyl ethylene in the presence of carbon dioxide

    The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 51(2):217 (2009)

  15. The selective thermalcis-transisomerization of 1,2-diphenylsulfonyl ethylene in the presence of carbon dioxide

    The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 51(2):217 (2009)

  16. Effect of temperature and pressure on hydrogen production from steam reforming of biogas with Pd–Ag membrane reactor

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40(8) (2008)

    The steam reforming reaction of a biogas mixture was conducted with a hydrogen permeable palladium–silver membrane reactor at lower temperatures from 623 to 723 K and from 0.1 to 0.4 MPa of reaction side pressure. The biogas composition was in reference to that of the biogas obtained f...
  17. Hydrogen solution properties in a series of amorphous Zr–Hf–Ni alloys at elevated temperatures

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 458(1):307 (2008)

    Amorphous alloys are anticipated as new membrane materials for high purity hydrogen production, as substitutes for expensive palladium alloys. For amorphous Zr–Ni-based alloys reported to date, hydrogen permeability increases with Zr content. Hydrogen solution properties in a series of amor...
  18. Effect of temperature and pressure on hydrogen production from steam reforming of biogas with Pd–Ag membrane reactor

    International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2008)

    The steam reforming reaction of a biogas mixture was conducted with a hydrogen permeable palladium–silver membrane reactor at lower temperatures from 623 to 723 K and from 0.1 to 0.4 MPa of reaction side pressure. The biogas composition was in reference to that of the biogas obtained f...
  19. Hydrogen solution properties in a series of amorphous Zr–Hf–Ni alloys at elevated temperatures

    Journal of Alloys and Compounds 458(1):307 (2008)

    Amorphous alloys are anticipated as new membrane materials for high purity hydrogen production, as substitutes for expensive palladium alloys. For amorphous Zr–Ni-based alloys reported to date, hydrogen permeability increases with Zr content. Hydrogen solution properties in a series of amor...
  20. Partial oxidation kinetics ofm-hydroxybenzyl alcohol with noble metal catalysts in supercritical carbon dioxide

    The Journal of Supercritical Fluids 43(2):295 (2007)

    Partial oxidation of m-hydroxybenzyl alcohol was studied over several supported noble metal catalysts in a temperature range from 373 to 413 K, up to 2 MPa of oxygen pressure and 20 MPa of carbon dioxide pressure. The major product detected was m-hydroxybenza...