Developments in CO2 dissociation using non-equilibrium microwave plasma activation for solar fuels

TitleDevelopments in CO2 dissociation using non-equilibrium microwave plasma activation for solar fuels
Publication TypeConference Proceedings
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsW.A Bongers, S. Welzel, D.CM van den Bekerom, G.FWM Frissen, G.J van Rooij, A.PH Goede, MF Graswinckel, P.WC Groen, N. den Harder, B. van Heemert, T. Minea, M.CM van de Sanden, M. Leins, J. Kopecki, A. Schulz, M. Walker
Conference NameISPC 2015, 22nd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry
Date Published2015/07/05
Conference LocationAntwerp, Belgium
KeywordsCO2 dissociation, Microwave plasma, non-equilibrium
Abstract

Vortex stabilized microwave plasma conversion of CO2 is considered as promising route for energy efficient dissociation towards CO production. Energy and conversion efficiencies are investigated in scans of reactor pressure, gas flow rate and specific power. Deterioration of efficiencies from 39% to 25% are observed at forward vortex plasmas at increasing pressures which is mitigated in reverse vortex configuration.

URLhttp://www.ispc-conference.org/ispcproc/ispc22/O-15-4.pdf
Division

MaSF

Department

MaSF-E

PID

4ed4dc99efa3cc9672d82c3a3fb6dc4c

Alternate TitleISPC 22
LabelOA

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