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A microreactor study for gas-phase catalytic oxidation, stage 6 and 7
Stavárek, Petr ; Jiřičný, Vladimír ; Hejda, Stanislav
Report describes the adaptation of the experimental apparatus for the installation of the microreactor for the second reaction step for the gas-phase catalytic oxidation.
D4.3 Kinetic rate expressions on 3D printed catalysts
Stavárek, Petr ; Grande, C. ; Dubois, J.-L.
Report focuses on kinetic rate expression determination on basis of data obtained with 3D printed catalyst.
D4.2 Preliminary rate expressions based on initial data.
Stavárek, Petr ; Lali, Farzad ; Ujčič, Massimo ; Grande, C. ; Andreassen, K.A. ; Zander, H.-J.
Report focuses on preliminary kinetic rate expressions based on initial experimental data.
A microreactor study for gas-phase catalytic oxidation, stage 5.1 and 5.2
Stavárek, Petr ; Jiřičný, Vladimír ; Hejda, Stanislav
Report focuses on experimental tests of a microreactor applied to the gas-phase catalytic oxidation under different operating conditions.
A microreactor study for gas-phase catalytic oxidation, stage 3.1 and 3.4
Stavárek, Petr ; Vajglová, Zuzana
Report deals with design and construction of a microreactor apparatus applied to the gas-phase catalytic oxidation.
A microreactor study for gas-phase catalytic oxidation, stage 4.1 and 4.2
Stavárek, Petr
Report deals with utilization and experimental verification of a microreactor apparatus applied to the gas-phase catalytic oxidation.
Reaction Kinetic Study of Triterpene Hydrogenation using a Heterogeneous Catalyst.
Stavárek, Petr ; Ujčić, Massimo ; Lali, Farzad ; Magne, J.
This research focuses on reaction kinetic study of three-phase catalytic hydrogenation on a heterogeneous Ru/C catalyst.
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Kinetic Modeling of the Catalytic Hydrogenation of Nitrile Esters to Amino Esters.
Lali, Farzad ; Stavárek, Petr ; Ujčić, Massimo ; Laube, Marek ; Devaux, J.-F. D. ; Dubois, J.-L. D.
The catalytic hydrogenation of nitrile esters to amino esters was studied.Amino-esters are alternative monomers to produce these polymers. The hydrogenation of nitrile ester was performed in a stirred tank reactor. The mixing of the fluids was carried out using a gas induction stirrer with a hollow shaft. An appropriate amount of ammonia has to be dissolved into the reaction mixture in order to avoid side or consecutive reactions, whereas the starting material nitrile ester was diluted by applying methyl-cyclohexane as solvent.The influence of the amount of dissolved ammonia and the hydrogen solubility in the reactants and in the chosen solvent were considered in this study. A reaction mechanism is proposed a mathematical model, which describes the proposed reaction mechanism of intermediate species and products was proposed for this hydrogenation reaction. The data were fitted using the least square method and the relevant kinetic rate constants were determined.
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