Microwave Irradiation Induced High-Efficiency Regeneration for Desulfurized Activated Coke: A Comparative Study with Conventional Thermal Regeneration

@inproceedings{Pi2017MicrowaveII,
  title={Microwave Irradiation Induced High-Efficiency Regeneration for Desulfurized Activated Coke: A Comparative Study with Conventional Thermal Regeneration},
  author={Xinxin Pi and Fei Sun and Jihui Gao and Yuwen Zhu and Lijie Wang and Zhibin Qu and Hui Liu and Guangbo Zhao},
  year={2017}
}
Low desorption efficiency and inferior adsorbate recovery rate during conductive-heating regeneration have always been the key issues facing activated carbon-based SO2 removal technology, which commonly leads to a short cycling life of an adsorbent. Herein, microwave heating was employed to regenerate desulfurized activated coke, which demonstrates great improvements in regeneration efficiency and cycling desulfurization performances. Compared with the long-time conductive-heating process (30… CONTINUE READING