IJE TRANSACTIONS C: Aspects Vol. 28, No. 12 (December 2015) 1693-1701   

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G. Allaedini, S.M. Tasirin, Z. Yaakob and M.Z. Meor Talib
( Received: November 11, 2015 – Accepted: December 24, 2015 )

Abstract    The hydrodynamic studies of fluidized bed reactor has been reported in terms of pressure drop, minimum fluidization velocity and bed volume expansion to contribute to the optimization of the CNTs production parameters in fluidized bed reactors. Minimum fluidization velocity and pressure drop, as the most important parameters, were taken into account for the investigation of the hydrodynamic behavior of the material inside the fluidized bed. The volume bed expansion of carbon nanotubes has been also investigated and the effect of the N2:CH4 flow rate ratio to obtain the highest bed volume expansion for maximum carbon nanotubes accumulation has been reported


Keywords    fluidized bed chemical vapor deposition (FBCVD), Hydrodynamic studies, CNTs production


چکیده    در این مقاله نانو لوله های کربنی با موفقیت در راکتورهای بستل سیال نشست بخاردر مجاور کاتالیزور دو گانه کبالت پالادیم مگنزیم اکسایدسننتز شده اند. مطالعات هیدرودینامیکی راکتور درباره ی افت فشار میزان حداقل حالت فولوئیدی و گستردگی بستل راکتور برای تولید نشست بیشتر نانو کربن گزارش داده شده است .تاثیر نسبت گاز کربنی به گاز بی اثر ( متان: نیتروژن) توسط طراحی آزمایش بررسی شده است. اینچنین نتیجه گیری شد که وقتی نسبت گاز نیتروژن به متان 3:5 است. بالاترین میزان نانولوله های کربنی به دست می آید. نانو لوله های کربنی چند دیواره با قطر 14 نانومتر هستند و بیشترین میزان گسترش بستل راکتور در رابطه با نشست نانو کربن زمانی است که نسبت نیتروژن به متاان 3:5 است و این میزان 85% میباشد.



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