inkl. 7 % USt. exkl. Versandkosten
AutorRohde, Martin Philipp
VerlagKIT Scientific Publishing, Karlsruhe
UmfangIV, 244 S.
Für Zitate bitte die folgende URL verwenden:
The general objective of this thesis was to explore the potential of in-situ H2O removal during fuel-related synthesis reactions with focus on in-situ H2O removal by hydrophilic membranes and by chemical reaction. It is demonstrated that in-situ H2O removal through vapour permeation during CO2 hydrogenation to Fischer-Tropsch hydrocarbons and during DME/DEE synthesis leads to increased conversion and yield levels, which are directly linked to the degree of H2O recovery.