The Effect of H2S on Hydrogen and Carbon Black Production from Sour Natural Gas
Hydrogen and carbon black production via thermal decomposition of natural gas have been achieved using a carbon black furnace. Direct heat transfer from inert hot gases (argon) introduced into sour gas. The carbon black furnace is a small-scale axial flow reactor. There are 3 main chemical reactions through which carbon black is produced. Finally results indicate that the most influencing factor over these chemical reactions and CH4 and H2S conversions is reactor temperature.
M. Tazimi et al., "The Effect of H2S on Hydrogen and Carbon Black Production from Sour Natural Gas", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 110-116, pp. 2131-2138, 2012