Preparing Mn-CoO-Supported Pyrolysis Coke Catalyst with Plasma and its Application in the SCO Denitration Process
Zhang Lei 1  
,   Chen Jihao 1  
,   Lei Zhang 2  
,   Sha Xiangling 3  
,   Li Yonghui 2  
,   Fan Min 1  
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School of Geology and Environment, Xi’an University of Science and Technology, Xi’an, China
China National Heavy Machinery Research Institute Co. Ltd, Xi’an, China
Shandong Baichuan Tongchuang Energy Co. Ltd, Jinan, China
Submission date: 2018-04-22
Final revision date: 2018-06-05
Acceptance date: 2018-08-14
Online publication date: 2019-04-28
Publication date: 2019-05-28
Pol. J. Environ. Stud. 2019;28(5):3323–3332
In order to reduce nitrogen oxides in the flue gas and improve the quality of the atmosphere, an Mn-CoO-supported pyrolysis coke catalyst was prepared using equivalent-volume impregnation, and then its denitration efficiency was studied in a simulated flue gas denitrification device in the paper. The composition of the flue gas was a mixture of N2, O2, NO, and SO2. Good denitration catalysts were prepared by changing plasma modification time and modified power, MnO load and Mn-CoO load. The denitration mechanism of the catalyst was analyzed by XRD, BET and SEM. The results are: optimal modified power in the plasma system was 60W, and the best modified time in plasma system was 3min; after being modified by plasma, the denitration efficiency of catalysts were significantly higher than conventional calcination catalyst; among catalysts with different CoO loadings (5%, 8%, 10%), 8% CoO loading had the best denitration efficiency, the best denitration efficiency reached 98% and time of higher denitration efficiency had also been extended a lot; Mn-CoO-supported catalysts had a certain SO2-resistance, and the denitration efficiency of Mn-CoO-supported catalyst > MnO/supported catalyst > un-supported catalyst.