Performance Evaluation of Oxidation Catalysts for Natural Gas Reciprocating Engines
An investigation of catalyst performance during the initial aging process, providing insight into the deactivation rate of the catalyst and assisting in predicting the operational lifetime of the catalyst was performed. The information gained through this test program provides a mechanism to assist in developing new technologies geared at reducing engine emission while providing improvements in efficiency, reliability, and operability for the aging industrial reciprocating engine fleet. The second half of the paper presents an evaluation of commercially available oxidation catalysts designed to control formaldehyde and other Hazardous Air Pollutants as well as criteria pollutants from natural gas reciprocating internal combustion engines.
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