4 edition of Electrochemical reactor design found in the catalog.
by Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co., distributors for the U.S.A., Elsevier/North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||David J. Pickett.|
|LC Classifications||TP255 .P5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 434 p. :|
|Number of Pages||434|
|LC Control Number||77000718|
Intended primarily for undergraduate chemical-engineering students, this book also includes material which bridges the gap between undergraduate and graduate requirements. The introduction contains a listing of the principal types of reactors employed in the chemical industry, with diagrams and examples of their use. There is then a brief exploration of the concepts employed in later sections 1/5(1). ation of reactors of industrial scale. This paper presents a brief review of the literature on the electrochemical reactions involved in the different puriﬁcation methods and proposes and discusses a framework for the classi-ﬁcation of the different processes. Finally, some rules for the evaluation of reactor size and performance are.
The electrochemical conversion of is a particularly attractive process because it provides beneficial use for captured and a renewable source of organic compounds that are typically derived from fossil fuels. 2 In addition, the electrochemical reduction of to liquid fuels provides a convenient, high energy density means of storing renewable. Electrochemical Reactor Design. Von D. J. Pickett. Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam‐Oxford‐New York 1. Aufl., XX, S., zahlr. Abb., geb.
Electrochemical engineering considers current distribution, fluid flow, mass transfer, and the kinetics of the electro reactions in order to design efficient electrochemical reactors.  Most electrochemical operations are performed in filter-press reactors with parallel plate electrodes or, less often, in stirred tanks with rotating cylinder. The design of a parallel plate electrochemical reactor (see Fig. 1) often requires predicting such quantities as the current and energy efficiency for multiple elec- trode reactions, the conversion per pass of a reactant or product, and the selectivity of a desired product. For.
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The design and scale-up of the electrochemical reactor play an important role in the development of industrial electrochemical processes.
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0 Reviews. Design and performance of electrochemical reactors for efficient synthesis and environmental treatment. Part 1. Electrode geometry and figures of merit. Reactor, where elect. energy chem. energy conversion took place • Material and shape of reactor • Electrode shape and Electrochemical reactor design book • Separators • Mass transfer • Potential distribution • Electrolyzers connection Electrochemical reactors 2 Arrangement of reactor must reflect needs of desired application Reactor shape and materialFile Size: 2MB.
The design of electrochemical reactors is a critical stage in the development of electrochemical processes and it is important to measure the performance of these devices in a. The choice of the reactor design, electrode geometries and electrode materials for a specific reactor for water treatment depends largely on the composition and quantity of the water to be treated as well as the objective of the treatment process.
To give an impression, examples of electrochemical water treatment reactors are briefly presented. Although electrochemical reactors exhibit much variety in design, the basic tenets of chemical engineering reactor design serve well to develop a framework for cost estimation. Profitability of a project is given by the sum of cash flows over the project lifetime and can be measured before or after taxes and with or without discounting.
Abstract. Industry exists to serve the needs of society and, while operating within a legal and social structure, seeks to maximize profits. In general, therefore, it will wish to use the cheapest raw materials and sources of energy (taking into account their projected costs and availability during the expected lifetime of the plant) and by low-cost technology convert them into the desired.
At a small scale, it is possible to design reactor architectures with high power densities and low overpotential losses, but maintaining performance while scaling-up these systems has proven to be difficult.
Electrochemical methods are routinely used when determining or quantifying MFC performance (Rabaey et al., ). This analysis has proven. chemical reactors, formation of the double layer together with the existence of ohmic drop and charge transfer phenomena, rule the behavior of electrochemical cells.
Transport and transfer phenomena are significant elements in the design of electrochemical cells since the electrochemical reaction occurs at the solid/liquid interface.
The history of electrochemical reactor design is complex and evolving. An attempt is made in Fig. 1 to highlight some of the important developments over the last forty years, which include selected literature, specialised materials as reactor components and types of reactor geometry.
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Electrochemical reactor design by David J. Pickett,Elsevier Pub. Co., distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier North-Holland edition, in English - 2d : Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pickett, David J.
Electrochemical reactor design. Amsterdam ; New York: Elsevier Pub. ; New York: distributors for. In electrochemical reactions one of the most important variables is the material and surface properties of the electrodes.
In a research environment electrodes will be changed regularly. Vapourtec has paid particular attention in the design of the Ion electrochemical reactor to ensure that the electrodes can be quickly and easily changed.
Industrial Electrolysis, Electrochemical Reactors, and Redox-Flow Batteries Fumio Hine. Overview of Industrial Electrolysis Performance Measures Voltage Losses and the Polarization Curve Design of Electrochemical Reactors for Industrial Applications Examples of Industrial Electrolytic.
Thin‐layer electrochemical reactors are analytical reactors where mass transfers are generally assumed not to affect the overall reaction rate. The validity of this hypothesis was tested for systems involving a second‐order or an enzymatic homogeneous reaction that consumed the product generated by the electrochemical heterogeneous reaction.
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The 2D and 3D reactor models presented here are coupled with a modified micro-kinetic model of oxygen evolution on hematite thin films both in the dark and when.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Pickett, David J.
Electrochemical reactor design. Amsterdam ; New York: Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co. ; New York.