Dépollution et désodorisation de l'air par photocatalyse assistée par adsorption sur charbon actif en réacteur à flux frontal continu et séquencé

par Minh Duc Vuong

Thèse de doctorat en Chimie

Sous la direction de Dominique Wolbert et de Abdelkrim Bouzaza.

Soutenue en 2011

à Rennes 1 .


  • Résumé

    Faced with the demand of limiting the energy consumption, indoor air recycling has become an important matter. But the negative side of air recycling, pollutant accumulation and risk of inter contamination, requires an air treatment. Among available process for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), one pairing adsorption onto activated carbon and UV photocatalysis is proposed. We focus on the unknown aspect of this process, the combined influence of temperature and humidity. Our objectives are: to apprehend the treatment during operational changes and fluctuations of conditions; and to optimize a simulation program which can assist the conception phase of an industrial treatment unit.

  • Titre traduit

    Air pollution and odor removal by UV photocatalysis assisted by adsorption on activated carbon in a frontal flow reactor


  • Résumé

    Faced with the demand of limiting the energy consumption, indoor air recycling has become an important matter. But the negative side of air recycling, pollutant accumulation and risk of inter contamination, requires an air treatment. Among available process for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), one pairing adsorption onto activated carbon and UV photocatalysis is proposed. We focus on the unknown aspect of this process, the combined influence of temperature and humidity. Our objectives are: to apprehend the treatment during operational changes and fluctuations of conditions; and to optimize a simulation program which can assist the conception phase of an industrial treatment unit.

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La version de soutenance existe sous forme papier

Informations

  • Détails : 1 vol. (206 p.)
  • Notes : Publication autorisée par le jury
  • Annexes : Bibliogr. p. 189-202

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  • Bibliothèque : Université de Rennes I. Service commun de la documentation. Section sciences et philosophie.
  • Disponible pour le PEB
  • Cote : TA RENNES 2011/69
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