English, Article edition: INFLUENCE OF THE REACTION TEMPERATURE ON THE OSCILLATORY BEHAVIOR DURING PARTIAL OXIDATION OF METHANE XIU-BIN REN; XIANG-YUN GUO

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  • INFLUENCE OF THE REACTION TEMPERATURE ON THE OSCILLATORY BEHAVIOR DURING PARTIAL OXIDATION OF METHANE
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  • XIU-BIN REN
  • XIANG-YUN GUO
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  • The oscillatory behavior during partial oxidation of methane was studied by the Monte Carlo simulation with LangmuirâHinshelwood mechanism and oxide formation and removal. The well-developed reaction rate oscillations can be observed when the CH4 adsorption probability varies in a small window. The oscillation window is very sensitive to the variation of reaction temperature. When the temperature increases, the window for sustained oscillation becomes narrow and has an obvious shift. In the meantime, the oscillation period tends to become small and the amplitude decreases. When the temperature increases to a certain value, the oscillations will disappear.
  • Monte Carlo simulation, partial oxidation of methane, rate oscillation, oscillation window
  • RePEc:wsi:srlxxx:v:15:y:2008:i:06:p:769-774
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