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Title : Removal of VOCs by hybrid electron beam reactor with catalyst bed 


Electron beam decomposition of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) was studied in order to obtain information for developing effective treatment method of off-gases from industries. We have examined the combination of electron beam and catalyst honeycomb which is either 1% platinum based or ceramic honeycomb- based aluminum oxide, using
a hybrid reactor in order to improve removal efficiency and CO2 formation; and to suppress undesirable by-product formation e.g. O3, aerosol, HxCy., and tar.

   The experiments were conducted using a pilot-scale treatment system (maximum capacity; 1800Nm3/h) that fitted the field size to scale up from the traditional laboratory scale system for VOC removal with electron beam irradiation.

Toluene was selected as a typical VOC that was irradiated to investigate product formation, effect of ceramic and catalyst, and factors effecting overall efficiency of degradation. Styrene was selected as the most odorous compound among the VOCs of interest.

It was found that VOCs could be destroyed more effectively using a hybrid system with catalyst bed than with electron beam irradiation only.

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