Hydrogen production from natural gas steam reforming over Ni catalysts supported on metal substrates

Hyunseog Roh, Kee Young Koo, Un Ho Jung, Wang Lai Yoon

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Natural gas steam reforming (NGSR) has been carried out over Ni catalysts supported on metal substrates (FeCrAlloy and steel use stainless (SUS)) to increase heat-transfer. Ni catalyst supported on FeCrAlloy exhibited stable activity, while Ni/SUS catalyst deactivated. To increase stability on Ni/SUS catalyst, an intermediate Al2O3 layer was coated on SUS by the electro-phoretic deposition method. As a consequence, the stability of Ni/SUS catalyst has been improved due to the intermediate Al2O3 layer, which strengthens the adhesion of Ni particles on SUS. Compared with the conventional pellet catalyst, Ni/SUS catalyst showed higher catalytic performance in NGSR at the same furnace temperature and GHSV. As a result, Ni/SUS catalyst can be a promising catalyst in NGSR because SUS is more economical than FeCrAlloy and its thermal conductivity is much higher than pellet catalyst, resulting in efficient heat-transfer in endothermic NGSR.

Original languageEnglish
JournalCurrent Applied Physics
Volume10
Issue number2 SUPPL.
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010 Mar 1

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Steam reforming
natural gas
hydrogen production
Hydrogen production
Catalyst supports
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Natural gas
Metals
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steels
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Substrates
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pellets
Heat transfer
heat transfer
electrodeposition
Catalyst activity
Thermal conductivity

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