Coal Gasification KInetics

I have successfully combined, for the first time in gasification literature, pore diffusion transport, happening at length scales of a few microns, and adsorption kinetics at the length scale of a few Angstroms to reveal fundamental insights that help understand why an inhibiting gas like carbon monoxide (CO) can promote carbon dioxide (CO2) gasification of coal char at high temperatures.

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Work Title Coal Gasification KInetics
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  1. Rajendren, Krishnaswami
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  1. Mass Transfer
  2. Chemical Engineering
  3. Transport Phenomena
  4. Chemical Reaction Engineering
  5. Numerical Methods
  6. Reaction Diffusion PDE
  7. Process Engineering
  8. Partial Differential Equations
  9. Surface Adsorption
  10. Orthogonal Collocation
  11. Langmuir-Hinshelwood Kinetics
  12. Adsorption
  13. Langmuir Isotherm
  14. Chemical Kinetics
  15. Random Pore Model
  16. Gas-Solid Reactions
  17. Thermogravimetric Analysis
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Work Type Presentation
Deposited September 22, 2017

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  • Added AIChE_Abstract.pdf
  • Added Random_Pore_Model_Code_Sample.pdf
  • Added Thesis_Presentation.pdf
  • Added Poster_Final.pdf
  • Added Notes_VI_RPM_and_LH_Kinetics_CO2_CO.pdf
  • Added Creator Rajendren, Krishnaswami
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