Performance evaluation of multiple oxidation catalysts on a lean burn natural gas engine
Emission from lean burn natural gas engines used for power generation and gas compression are major contributors to air pollution. Two-way catalysts or oxidation catalysts are the common after-treatment systems used on lean burn natural gas engines to reduce CO, VOCs and formaldehyde emissions. The performance of the oxidation catalysts is dependent on operating parameters like catalyst temperature and space velocity. For this study, a part of the exhaust from a Waukesha VGF-18 GL lean burn natural gas engine was flowed through a catalyst slipstream system to access the performance of the oxidation ...
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