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Research on Heating Clay by Low Carbon Catalytic Combustion Furnace of Natural Gas

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This article did a research about exhaust gas constituent inside the catalytic combustion furnace with Pd-based honeycomb monoliths of lean natural gas-air mixtures and discussed the feature of the exhaust gas. In addition, the near-zero pollutant emissions of catalytic combustion burner was proved by a test report provided by NIM. From a low-carbon prospective, the application prospect of catalytic combustion furnace was discussed

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Fang, K. , He, F. and Zhang, S. (2014) Research on Heating Clay by Low Carbon Catalytic Combustion Furnace of Natural Gas. Journal of Power and Energy Engineering, 2, 7-10. doi: 10.4236/jpee.2014.212002.

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