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Mechanism of Scaling on the Oxidation Reactor Wall in TiO2 Synthesis by Chloride Process
Zhou, E.; Yuan, Z. F.; Wang, Z.; Wang, X. Q.; Ke, J. J.
2006
Conference Name4th Asia-Pacific Chemical Reaction Engineering Symposium on New Opportunities of Chemical Reaction Engineering in Asia-Pacific Region
Pages417-420
Conference DateJUN 12-15, 2005
Conference PlaceGyeongju, SOUTH KOREA
PublisherElsevier Science Bv
AbstractThe formation of wall scale was mostly due to being deposited and sintered of TiO2 particles formed in the gas phase reaction of TICl4 with O-2. The gas phase oxidation of TiCl4 was in a high temperature tubular flow reactor with quartz and ceramic rods put in center respectively. Scale layers were formed on reactor wall and two rods. Morphology and phase composition of them were characterized by scan electron microscopy and X-ray diffraction. The state of reactor wall has little effect on scaling formation. With uneven temperature distribution along axial of reactor, the higher the reaction temperature is, the thicker the scale layer and the more compact the scale structure is.
KeywordScale Reactor Wall Tio2 Oxidation
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Language英语
Document Type会议论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/11322
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Zhou, E.,Yuan, Z. F.,Wang, Z.,et al. Mechanism of Scaling on the Oxidation Reactor Wall in TiO2 Synthesis by Chloride Process[C]:Elsevier Science Bv,2006:417-420.
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