Nonequlibrium Plasma Chemistry for Concept of Sustainable Development
Keywords:sustainable development, non-equilibrium plasma chemistry, rotating gliding discharge, conversion
AbstractThis work is devoted to the exploration of the compatibility of the hybrid plasma-catalytic conversion of liquid hydrocarbons into syngas with the concept of sustainable development. The results of experimental investigations indicate the high efficiency of plasma-catalytic conversion of ethanol to syngas and the small amount of waste (a few percent of feedstock weight). The results of the simulation of the kinetics using ZDPlasKin code for thermochemical and hybrid plasma-catalytic conversion.
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