MFES Library

Publications

Peng Cheng and Bruce J. Tatarchuk, Kinetic study of SO2 adsorption on microfibrous entrapped sorbents for solid oxide fuel cell cathode protection, Chemical Engineering Science, Volume 201, 2019, Pages 157-166, ISSN 0009-2509

Yang H Y, et al. A study of kinetic effects due to using microfibrous entrapped zinc oxide sorbents for hydrogen sulfide removal. Chemical Engineering Science 63 (2008) 2707.

Kalluri R R, et al. Microfibrous entrapped small particle adsorbents for high efficiency heterogeneous contacting. Separation and Purification Technology 62 (2008) 304.

Chang B-K, et al. Microfibrous entrapment of small catalyst or sorbent particulates for high contacting-efficiency removal of trace contaminants including CO and H2S from practical reformates for PEM H2-O2 fuel cells. Chemical Engineering Journal 115 (2006) 195.

Lu Y, et al. Microfibrous entrapped ZnO-support sorbents for high contacting efficiency H2S removal from reformate streams in PEMFC applications. Microreactor Technology and Process Intensification 914 (2005) 406.

Yang, Hongyun; Cahela, Donald R.; Tatarchuk, Bruce J. A study of kinetic effects due to using microfibrous entrapped zinc oxide sorbents for hydrogen sulfide removal. Chemical Engineering Science (2008), 63(10), 2707-2716.

H. Yang, D. R. Cahela, and B. J. Tatarchuk, "A Study of Kinetic Effects Due to Using Microfibrous Entrapped Zinc Oxide Sorbents for Hydrogen Sulfide Removal from Model Reformates," Chemical Engineering Science, (2007), 63(10), 2707-2716.

Presentations

A Study of Kinetic Effects Using Microfibrous Entrapped ZnO Sorbents for H2S Removal - 2007 AIChE Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT

Phalle, A.G.; Tatarchuk B.J., Development of Cathode Air Filters for PEM Fuel Cells Using Microfibrous Entrapped Sorbents. Poster presented at AIChE Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA., Separations Division, Poster Session on Fundamentals and Applications of Adsorption and Ion Exchange, 2012.

A. Phalle and B.J. Tatarchuk. "Development of Cathode Air Filters for PEM Fuel Cell Using Microfibrous Entrapped Sorbents." AIChE 2010, Salt Lake City, UT.

H. Yang, D.R. Cahela, and B. J. Tatarchuk, A Study of Kinetic Effects Due to Using Microfibrous Entrapped ZnO Sorbents for H2S Removal, AIChE 2007 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, November 7, 2007.

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