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Balance between model detail and experimental information in steam methane reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 catalyst

(2019) AICHE JOURNAL . 65(4). p.1222-1233
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The optimization and full understanding of chemical reactions is aided by the construction of an adequate kinetic model. The development of such a kinetic model remains a challenging task. To tackle this challenge in the most efficient way, an iterative, systematic methodology, originally demonstrated for n-hexane hydroisomerization, is now extended aiming at finding the balance between the envisaged model detail and available information, often originating from time-consuming and expensive experiments. Steam methane reforming on the Ni/MgO-SiO2 case study is used for this purpose, that is, the construction of a kinetic model that embeds a maximum amount of information contained in the dataset. The kinetic model is expanded stepwise from a power law model over a model with reactant adsorption toward a Langmuir-Hinshelwood-Hougen-Watson model. The performance of the initially underparameterized model improved significantly by adding reactant adsorption, yet including product adsorption led to overparameterization rather than enhanced model performance.
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Biotechnology, Environmental Engineering, General Chemical Engineering, kinetic modeling, systematic methodology, balance experimental information and detail, overparameterization, steam methane reforming, SINGLE-EVENT MICROKINETICS, INTRINSIC KINETICS, SYNTHESIS GAS, DESIGN, REACTOR, SIMULATION, MECHANISM, HYDROGEN, CO2

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Devocht, Brigitte, et al. “Balance between Model Detail and Experimental Information in Steam Methane Reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 Catalyst.” AICHE JOURNAL , vol. 65, no. 4, Wiley, 2019, pp. 1222–33.
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Devocht, B., Thybaut, J., Kageyama, N., Toch, K., Oyama, S. T., & Marin, G. (2019). Balance between model detail and experimental information in steam methane reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 catalyst. AICHE JOURNAL , 65(4), 1222–1233.
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Devocht, Brigitte, Joris Thybaut, Naoki Kageyama, Kenneth Toch, Shigeo Ted Oyama, and Guy Marin. 2019. “Balance between Model Detail and Experimental Information in Steam Methane Reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 Catalyst.” AICHE JOURNAL 65 (4): 1222–33.
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Devocht, Brigitte, Joris Thybaut, Naoki Kageyama, Kenneth Toch, Shigeo Ted Oyama, and Guy Marin. 2019. “Balance between Model Detail and Experimental Information in Steam Methane Reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 Catalyst.” AICHE JOURNAL 65 (4): 1222–1233.
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Devocht B, Thybaut J, Kageyama N, Toch K, Oyama ST, Marin G. Balance between model detail and experimental information in steam methane reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 catalyst. AICHE JOURNAL . 2019;65(4):1222–33.
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B. Devocht, J. Thybaut, N. Kageyama, K. Toch, S. T. Oyama, and G. Marin, “Balance between model detail and experimental information in steam methane reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 catalyst,” AICHE JOURNAL , vol. 65, no. 4, pp. 1222–1233, 2019.
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  abstract     = {The optimization and full understanding of chemical reactions is aided by the construction of an adequate kinetic model. The development of such a kinetic model remains a challenging task. To tackle this challenge in the most efficient way, an iterative, systematic methodology, originally demonstrated for n-hexane hydroisomerization, is now extended aiming at finding the balance between the envisaged model detail and available information, often originating from time-consuming and expensive experiments. Steam methane reforming on the Ni/MgO-SiO2 case study is used for this purpose, that is, the construction of a kinetic model that embeds a maximum amount of information contained in the dataset. The kinetic model is expanded stepwise from a power law model over a model with reactant adsorption toward a Langmuir-Hinshelwood-Hougen-Watson model. The performance of the initially underparameterized model improved significantly by adding reactant adsorption, yet including product adsorption led to overparameterization rather than enhanced model performance.},
  author       = {Devocht, Brigitte and Thybaut, Joris and Kageyama, Naoki and Toch, Kenneth and Oyama, Shigeo Ted and Marin, Guy},
  issn         = {0001-1541},
  journal      = {AICHE JOURNAL },
  keywords     = {Biotechnology,Environmental Engineering,General Chemical Engineering,kinetic modeling,systematic methodology,balance experimental information and detail,overparameterization,steam methane reforming,SINGLE-EVENT MICROKINETICS,INTRINSIC KINETICS,SYNTHESIS GAS,DESIGN,REACTOR,SIMULATION,MECHANISM,HYDROGEN,CO2},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {1222--1233},
  publisher    = {Wiley},
  title        = {Balance between model detail and experimental information in steam methane reforming over a Ni/MgO-SiO2 catalyst},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/aic.16512},
  volume       = {65},
  year         = {2019},
}

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