Catalysis Nanomaterial Research for NO High Temperature Cylinder

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NO is the product in Cylinder fuel combustion at temperature. With nitrogen oxide emissions worldwide increasingly stringent standards to reduce NO emissions are the main research topics of modern environmental protection. Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology has been used outside the engine, the catalyst is researched is a more advanced. Because NO is mainly produced in the high temperature, NO is broken down in Cylinder is a more efficient and feasible approach in high temperature Catalytic. NO bonding strength decreased at a high temperature, it is easy to activation with N+ and O-. An effective diverse nanomaterials is being researched in electron transfer Catalytic. Proportion of multiple catalytic material, the microstructure, grain size, the intermediate material is important. Catalytic nanocomponent materials: Co / Al2O3, Ni / Al2O3, Pt / Al2O3, Pt-Co / Al2O3, Pt-Ni/ Al2O3, Pt-Ru, NiO / CNTs, Co3O4/CNTs, SiO2/ Co3O4, Pd / Ru, TiO2 etc. are researched. Catalytic materials: Co3O4, Pd / Ru, Pt-Ni, the matrix material: Al2O3, CNTs, SiO2, TiO2, efficient catalysts: Pt-Ni/ Al2O3, Co3O4/CNTs, SiO2/ Co3O4 be found. All of these research for the design of high temperature catalytic decomposition of NO cylinder provides a theoretical basis.

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Fangping Zhang

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59-63

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H. X. Zhou et al., "Catalysis Nanomaterial Research for NO High Temperature Cylinder", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 628, pp. 59-63, 2014

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September 2014

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