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Hall and day program : Hall LC, Day 3 : LC307

ST-25,SY-56,SY-64,SY-65,SY-70 are changed from live streaming sessions to online sessions.
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Hall LC(A41 Live/Online), Day 3(Sep. 24)

SY-61

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Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
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SY-61 [Symposium of Division of Chemical Reaction Engineering]
New Development of Reaction Engineering in the Field of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environment
(9:20–10:20) (Chair: Ashida Ryuichi, Oshima Kazumasa)
9:209:40LC302Development of Ba-Ni/SiO2 catalyst for the simultaneous decomposition of tar and ammonia formed as byproducts in the steam gasification of woody biomass
(Utsunomiya U.) *(Reg)Furusawa Takeshi, Sato Yuma, Yamashita Ryo, Inagawa Yoshito
biomass tar
ammonia
simultaneous decomposition
SY-61193
9:4010:00LC303Catalytic reaction design for fatty alcohols selective synthesis from ethanol and methanol
(Tohoku U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Sugahara Kouta, (Reg·PCEF)Hiromori Kousuke, (Reg)Shibasaki-Kitakawa Naomi, (Reg)Takahashi Atsushi
fatty alcohols production
ethanol and methanol
solid catalyst
SY-61613
10:0010:20LC304Deoxygenation reaction in co-processing of various bio-oil model compounds and heavy oil model compounds in catalytic cracking
(Shinshu U.) *(Reg)Shimada Iori, Onuma Takumi, (Reg)Osada Mitsumasa, (Reg)Fukunaga Hiroshi, (Reg)Takahashi Nobuhide
catalytic cracking
bio-oil
deoxygenation
SY-61857
10:2010:40Break
(10:40–12:00) (Chair: Shimada Iori, Furusawa Takeshi)
10:4011:00LC306Study of degradation and carbon deposition behaviors due to impurity sulfur over the catalyst for CO2 reforming of methane
(Tokushima U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Mizuno Masayuki, (Reg)Shimoda Naohiro, (Reg)Katoh Masahiro, (Reg)Sugiyama Shigeru
Methane dry reforming
Sulfur poisoning
Carbon deposition
SY-61614
11:0011:20LC307Dehydrogenation reaction of methylcyclohexane and its separation
(Tokyo U. Sci.) *(Stu)Wake Shintaro, (Taiyo Koko) Yoshinaga Hideo, (Tokyo U. Sci.) (Reg)Murakami Yuya, (Reg)Matsukawa Hiroaki, (Reg)Otake Katsuto, (Reg)Shono Atsushi
dehydrogenation
vanadium
hydrogen separation
SY-61661
11:2011:40LC308Effects of water vapor on the reaction rate of nickel oxide and hydrogen
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Ohara Kohei, (Stu·PCEF)Wakai Tomoya, (Reg)Ashida Ryuichi, (Reg)Kawase Motoaki
Gas-solid reaction
Nickel oxide
Hydrogen removal
SY-61732
11:4012:00LC309Long-term exothermic phenomenon and phase transition of Pd-Ni-Zr alloy in hydrogen
(Kyushu U.) *(Stu)Satoh Yuya, (Reg)Oshima Kazumasa, (Reg)Yamamoto Tsuyoshi, (Reg)Kishida Masahiro
Long-term exothermic phenomenon
Pd-Ni-Zr alloy
Phase transition
SY-61638
(13:20–14:40) (Chair: Taniya Keita, Takahashi Atsushi)
13:2013:40LC314Control of pore sizes in production of mesoporous carbon using nano iron oxide catalyst
(Kyoto U.) *(Stu)Tomono Yuya, (Stu)Matumura Nanduki, (Reg)Ashida Ryuichi, (Reg)Kawase Motoaki
mesoporous carbon
composite preparation
solid-solid reaction
SY-61783
13:4014:00LC315H2-assisted Thermal Activation of Layered Double Hydroxides and Application to Dehydrogenation of Short-chain Alkanes
(Hokkaido U.) *(Stu·PCEF)Hirayama Yuki, (Reg)Ogino Isao, (Reg)Iwamura Shinichiroh, (Reg)Mukai Shin
Mixed Metal Oxides
Dehydrogenation
C-H Activation
SY-61799
14:0014:20LC316Development of low-temperature catalytic cracking of naphtha using bifunctional zeolite catalysts
(Tokyo Tech) *(Stu)Nakatani Rikako, Yamaji Mai, Nakatani Nodoka, (Reg)Fujitsuka Hiroyasu, (Reg)Tago Teruoki
naphtha cracking
metal encapsulated zeolite
dehydrogenation
SY-61664
14:2014:40LC317Transient kinetic analysis of MTO reaction over ZSM-5 catalysts with different Al distribution
(U. Tokyo) *(Reg)Moteki Takahiko, Ma Jing, (Reg)Ogura Masaru
MTO reaction
ssITKA
zeolite
SY-61717
14:4015:00Break
(15:00–16:20) (Chair: Shimoda Naohiro, Moteki Takahiko)
15:0015:20LC319Improvement of Allylic Oxidation Activity by Structural Control of Bi-Mo/Co-Fe-Mo Composite Oxide Catalysts
(Tokyo Tech) *(Stu)Saito Fumiya, Imaizumi Reiya, Sakanushi Taiju, (Reg)Fujitsuka Hiroyasu, (Reg)Tago Teruoki
allylic oxidation
CoFeMo complex oxide
Cinnamaldehyde
SY-61592
15:2015:40LC320Selective reduction of cinnamaldehyde over Zr-MOFs catalysts in the presence of water
(Kobe U.) *(Stu)Sakamoto Atsushi, Shimada Daiki, (Reg)Taniya Keita, (Reg)Ichihashi Yuichi, (Reg)Nishiyama Satoru
Zr-MOF
MPV reduction
Water tolerant catalyst
SY-61164
15:4016:00LC321Effect of co-feeding H2S on dehydrogenation of light hydrocarbons by transition metal-based catalysts
(Shizuoka U.) *(Stu)Yokoyama Chikamasa, (Reg)Watanabe Ryo, (Cosmo) Miyagi Yuichi, Kayaki Shota, Ohshio Nobuyasu, (Shizuoka U.) (Reg)Fukuhara Choji
Dehydrogenation
Light paraffin
Iron-based catalyst
SY-61133
16:0016:20LC322Relationship between release/regeneration of lattice S2- and propane dehydrogenation property of iron-based catalysts
(Shizuoka U.) *(Reg)Watanabe Ryo, Yoda Yuta, (Stu)Yokoyama Chikamasa, Kohno Yoshiumi, (Reg)Fukuhara Choji
H2S
Propane dehydrogenation
Lattice S2-
SY-61561

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