Steam Reforming of Ethanol with Nickel Impregnated Silica Aerogel

NCC8-National Catalysis Congress


Steam Reforming of ethanol over sol-gel-synthesized mixed oxide catalysts
Olcay, Hakan Önder; Üner, Deniz; Department of Chemical Engineering (2005)
Depletion in the reserves of fossil fuels, inefficient energy production from these fuels and the negative effect of their usage on atmosphere, and thereby, on human health have accelerated researches on clean energy. Hydrogen produced from ethanol when used in fuel cells not only generates efficient energy but also creates a closed carbon cycle in nature. ZnO and Cu/ZnO catalysts are known with their superior performance in alcohol synthesis. From the principle of microkinetic reversibility they are expect...
Steam reforming of ethanol with zirconia incorporated mesoporous silicate supported catalysts
ARSLAN KELAM, ARZU; Gunduz, Seval; Doğu, Timur (2014-10-31)
Steam reforming of ethanol is a promising route for the production of high purity hydrogen. Ni impregnated zirconia, with high chemical and thermal stability and high water adsorption-dissociation capability is an attractive catalyst for this reaction. In the present study, mesoporous zirconia and high surface area zirconia/silicate structured materials, such as Zr-SBA-15 and Zr-MCM-41, were synthesized following hydrothermal routes, using different surfactants as the structure directing templates. Surface ...
Steam reforming of ethanol for hydrogen production using Cu-MCM41 and Ni-MCM41 type mesoporous catalytic materials
Özdoğan, Ekin; Doğu, Timur; Department of Chemical Engineering (2007)
The world’s being alerted to the global warming danger and the depletion of fossil fuel resources, has increased the importance of the clean and renewable hydrogen energy. Bioethanol has high potential to be used as a resource of hydrogen since it is a non-petroleum feedstock and it is able to produce hydrogen rich mixture by steam reforming reactions. Discovery of mesoporous MCM-41 type high surface area silicate-structured materials with narrow pore size distributions (20-100 Å) and high surface areas (up...
Steam injection model for gas production from a hydrate reservoir
Ceyhan, Nuray; Parlaktuna, Mahmut; Department of Petroleum Engineering (1996)
Thermal distillation of in-situ oil during steam injection.
Kracan, Cevat Özgen; Department of Petroleum Engineering (1993)
Citation Formats
M. Sarıyer, N. A. Sezgi, and T. Doğu, “Steam Reforming of Ethanol with Nickel Impregnated Silica Aerogel,” presented at the NCC8-National Catalysis Congress, Ankara, Türkiye, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: