Volatile organic compound, Chemical Engineering

The design of a monolith reactor for the VOCs removal.(Benzene)

Therefore, you are asked to do the following:

1. Choose a specific VOC;

2. Search for the reaction rate for the catalytic combustion of that VOC;

3. Pick the concentration and flow rate from the graph provided within your lecture;

4. Design a monolith reactor to address the VOC removal, assuming a 99% efficiency.

Your report will contain:

1. Introduction: identify the industrial flue gas which would release the chosen VOC, short description of the process and reasons for the use of catalytic incineration for air purification;

2, Monolith reactor model and design approach;

3, Results: reactor volume and optimal configuration, graphs showing the conversion and temperature variations along the monolith wall;

4. Conclusions.

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