The presentation is dedicated to catalytic processes performed under artificially created catalyst nonstationarity. It is shown that the highest technological effect can be achieved for a controlled combination of the thermal nonstationarity with the composition nonstationarity of the catalyst surface. Prospective for application of unsteady catalytic and sorption-catalytic processes are analyzed for different case applications: VOC incineration, hydrogen production by steam conversion of hydrocarbons and organic feedsctock, selective anaerobic oxidation of hydrocarbons. In general, unsteady state and sorption-catalytic ideology discovers new degrees of freedom for process development and may become the basement for new generation of highly-efficient catalytic technologies in the nearest future.
- Unsteady-state catalysis,
- sorption-enhanced catalytic processes,
- VOC incineration,
- anaerobic oxidation,
- hydrogen production
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