Développement et caractérisation de mousses cellulaires élastomères pour l’intensification des procédés

Abstract : Solid foams, made with polyurethane, are well known for their interesting transport properties such as low pressure drop or high specific surface area. However, there are not used as catalytic support due to actual deposition method which causes an alteration of their mechanical properties. First, we used a new deposition method using polydopamine (PDA), a polymer with interesting adhesive and reducing properties. The PDA layer will cover homogenously our support then will act as intermediary for active phase deposition, whether they are commercially available or synthetized in-situ. Afterward, our supports were tested for several catalytic reactions, whether monophasic (liquid phase) or biphasic (gas/liquid) to show the active phase efficiency and stability. Furthermore, we successfully deposited a good active phase (cobalt) for hydrogen production. Kinetic study at low temperature were done and shown promising results for sustainable energy production. Finally, the last part was devoted to the use of our soft structured catalytic support within a new reactor, allowing to use its mechanical properties to improve mass transfer
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Louis Lefebvre. Développement et caractérisation de mousses cellulaires élastomères pour l’intensification des procédés. Génie des procédés. Université de Lyon, 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019LYSE1028⟩. ⟨tel-02269696⟩

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