Research of Microwave - Ethanol Auxiliary V2O5-WO3/TiO2 SCR Catalyst Regeneration Experiment

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Using selective catalytic reduction (SCR) that takes NH3 as the reducing agent to remove NOx is one of the most often used coal-fired flue gas denitration technology that of the highest denitration efficiency. As the core of the SCR system, catalyst is the important factors that affect the whole SCR system denitration efficiency. As the growth of the running time, catalyst tends to lose active energy because of the surface channel jam and toxic element enrichment and deactivation. Each year the deactivation catalyst regeneration process, can save a lot of money, thus help to avoid pollution of the environment. So study of the SCR catalyst regeneration technology is around the corner, which is of great practical significance for lowering the cost of the SCR system, promoting the application of the SCR technology, and protecting the environment. In this paper, the research takes vanadium series SCR catalysts as the object to study the regeneration technology of catalyst, new physical structure recovery method, and effect of regeneration process in the treatment on the performance of catalyst.

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Z.S. Liu, L.P. Xu, X.D. Liang, Z.H. Wang and H.M. Zhang

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619-622

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Z. K. Wang, "Research of Microwave - Ethanol Auxiliary V2O5-WO3/TiO2 SCR Catalyst Regeneration Experiment", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 1015, pp. 619-622, 2014

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August 2014

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