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Design of an optimal intensified configuration coupling reaction, heat transfer and membrane separation for the direct synthesis of DME from CO2 and renewable H2

Abstract : The challenges of sustainability require to reduce the use of fossil fuels as raw materials and sources of energy, and require the development of techniques allowing the conversion of CO2 to high added value products. The process intensification has led to the design of innovative configurations and to the development of multifunctional reactors. The integration of multiple functions within a process of DME direct synthesis is studied and the impact of coupled phenomena (reaction, heat exchange and separation) on the reactor performances of the DME direct synthesis is quantified. The effect of the parameters influencing the membrane reactor performance is analysed and presented in this work. The simulation results show that the conventional reactor performance can be improved by the proper coupling of equipment
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Chakib R Behloul, Jean-Marc Jean-Marc.Commenge@univ-Lorraine.Fr Commenge, Christophe Castel. Design of an optimal intensified configuration coupling reaction, heat transfer and membrane separation for the direct synthesis of DME from CO2 and renewable H2. Chemical Engineering Transactions, 2021. ⟨hal-03413811⟩

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