11th CAPoC congress

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Monday, October 29th

Introductory session

8h00 Opening of the registration desk
8h50 Welcome address
9h00
L1
Recent advances in automotive emission standards and their effects on the after-treatment technology
P. Dilara
European Commission, Directorate - General – GROW, Automotive Industries, Brussels, Belgium
9h40
L2
Review of SCR aftertreatment architectures for low tailpipe N2O emissions
K. Kamasamudram
Cummins, USA
10h20 Coffee break – Poster session: General overview
10h50
L3
Understanding deposition mechanisms in particle filters - key to improve application performance
A. Dittler
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
11h30
L4
Sustainable metals supply for cleaner exhaust gases – market developments and recycling contributions of platinum group metals
C. Hagelueken
Umicore AG & Co, KG, Belgium
12h10 Lunch / Poster session: NOx control

 

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 1: NOx control – developments

13h30
K1a
A PGM-free NOx Adsorber + Selective Catalytic Reduction catalyst system (AdSCR) for low temperature Diesel engine emission control
F. Gramigni1, T. Selleri1, I. Nova1, E. Tronconi1, S. Dieterich2, M. Weibel2, V. Schmeisser3
1: Politecnico di Milano, Italy
2: Daimler AG, 019-G206 RD/PGD, Germany
3: Daimler AG, 019-C601 TP/PFE, Germany
14h00
O1
A systematic investigation of passive SCR for lean gasoline emissions control
J. A. Pihl1, V. Y. Prikhodko1, C. R. Thomas2, J. Lauterbach2, J. E. Parks II1, and T. J. Toops1
1: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
2: University of South Carolina, USA
14h20
O2
Modeling of the competitive storage of NOx and Sulfur in automotive exhaust catalysts
C. Manetas1, L. Sharifian1, P. Alexiadou2, F.A. Lafossas1, A. Mohammadi1 and G. Koltsakis3
1: Toyota Motor Europe R&D, Powertrain Division, Belgium
2: Exothermia, Greece
3: Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics, Greece
14h40
K1b
The roles of Potassium, Rhodium, and Ceria in Di-Air NOx abatement technology
Yixiao Wang1 and Michiel Makkee1
1: Catalysis Engineering, Chemical Engineering Department, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
15h10
O3
Pathways for N2O formation/reduction during operation of model and commercial LNT catalysts
R. Matarrese1, L. Castoldi1, S. Morandi2, L. Lietti1
1: Politecnico di Milano, LCCP, Dipartimento di Energia, Italy
2: Università di Torino, Dipartimento di Chimica and NIS, Inter-departmental Center, Italy
15h30 Coffe Break / Poster session: NOx control: developments & NOx reduction, mechanisms, modelling

 

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 2: NOx reduction, mechanisms, modelling

16h30
K2
The power of time-resolved spectroscopy to reveal new mechanistic features of the SCR reaction over Cu-SSZ-13
A. Marberger1,2, A.W. Petrov1,3, P. Steige1,2, M. Elsener1, O. Kröcher1,2, M. Nachtegaal1 and D. Ferri1
1: Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
2: École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Institute of Chemical Science and Engineering, Switzerland
3: ETH Zurich, Institute for Chemical and Bioengineering, Switzerland
17h00 Discussion of posters: NOx control: developments & NOx reduction, mechanisms, modelling
18h00 Departure by bus to the reception
19h00 Reception. More information on the reception could be found here.

 

Tuesday, October 30th

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 2, continued: NOx reduction, mechanisms, modelling

8h30
O4
On the Character of Active Sites in Copper Exchanged Zeolites during NH3-SCR
Lin Chen1, Hanne Falsig3, Ton V. W. Janssens4, Jonas Jansson5, Magnus Skoglundh2 and Henrik Grönbeck1
1: Department of Physics and Competence Center for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
2: Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
3: Haldor Topsoe A/S, Denmark
4: Umicore Denmark ApS, Denmark
5: Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Sweden
8h50
O5
The importance of protons for NH3-assisted solid-state ion-exchange of Cu(I) oxide into zeolites and the formation of Cu(NH3)2+-complexes
T.V.W. Janssens1, D.A. Bokarev2, A.I. Mytareva2, G.N. Baeva2, A.Y. Stakheev2, L.F. Lundegaard3, C. Tyrsted3, P.N.R. Vennestrøm1
1: Umicore Denmark, Denmark
2: N.D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
9h10
O6
Copper coordination to ammonia in Cu(II)-exchanged SSZ-13: atomistic insights from DFT calculations on in situ XAS experiments
B. Kerkeni1,2, D. Berthout1, C. Chizallet1, D. E. Doronkin4, M. Casapu4, J.-D. Grunwaldt4, D. Berthomieu3
1: IFP Energies Nouvelles, France
2: Faculté des Sciences, Laboratoire de Physique de la Matière Condensée, Université Tunis El Manar, Tunisia
3: Institut Charles Gerhardt Montpellier, France
4: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry and Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Germany
9h30
O7
Modelling NOx storage and desorption: Is it possible to model the effect of changing the catalyst composition?
D. Bounechada1, D. B. Rasmussen1, L. Mantaroşie1, H.U. Islam1, C. Hawkins1 and T.C. Watling1
1: Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, UK
9h50
O8
Unraveling the mysterious failure of Cu/SAPO-34 selective catalytic reduction (SCR) catalysts
A. Wang1, E.D. Walter2, N.M. Washton2, D. Mei1, T. Varga2, Y.L.Wang1, J. Szanyi1, Y. Wang1, C.H.F. Peden1, F. Gao1
1: Institute for Integrated Catalysis, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States
2: Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, United States

 

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 3: Sorption – mechanisms – ageing

10h10 Coffee Break / Poster Session: mechanisms – sorption – ageing
11h20 Discussion of posters: mechanisms – sorption – ageing
12h20 Lunch
13h30
K3
Modelling complete methane oxidation over palladium oxide in a porous catalyst using first-principles surface kinetics
C-R. Florén1, M. Van den Bossche1, D. Creaser1, H. Grönbeck1, P-A. Carlsson1 and M. Skoglundh1
1: Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
14h00
O9
Enhancing the catalytic activity of Pt/CeO2 based catalysts by in situ tuning of the Pt particle size and its interaction with ceria
A.M. Gänzler1, F. Maurer1, M. Casapu1, P. Vernoux2, G. Ferre2, S. Loridant2, F.J. Cadete Santos Aires2, T. Epicier2, B. Betz3, R. Hoyer3, M. Votsmeier3 and J.-D. Grunwaldt1
1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
2: Université de Lyon, France
3: Umicore AG & Co. KG, Germany
14h20
O10
In-depth understanding of sulfur poisoning and regeneration strategies for PdPt methane oxidation catalysts – a systematic study
P. Lott1, M. Eck1, D. E. Doronkin2, M. Casapu1, J.-D. Grunwaldt1,2 and O. Deutschmann1,2
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
2: Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
14h40
O11
Approaches to improve the low-temperature activity of emissions control catalysts
E.A. Kyriakidou1, A. Binder1, S. Tan1, J.-S. Choi1, J. E. Parks Ii1, and T. J. Toops1
1: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, The United States of America
15h00
O12
Modelling the NH3 Storage on Automotive SCR Catalysts and the Radio-Frequency-Based Response
M. Dietrich1,2, G. Hagen1 and R. Moos1
1: Department of Functional Materials, Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC), University of Bayreuth, Germany
2: Continental Automotive GmbH, Division Powertrain, Germany 
15h20
O13
Detailed Characterization Studies of Vehicle- and Rapid- Aged Commercial Lean NOx Trap Catalysts
J. De Abreu1,2, A. Kristoffersson1, L. Olsson2
1: Volvo Cars, Sweden
2: Chemical Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

 

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 4: Three way catalysts – methane abatement – innovative technologies

15h40 Coffee Break / Poster Session: TWC – methane abatement – innovative technologies and Particulate matters
16h20
K4
The Catalytic Challenges of Implementing a Euro VI Heavy Duty Emissions Control System for a Dedicated Lean Operating Natural Gas Engine
M. Keenan1, E. Tronconi2, I. Nova2, N. Kinnunen3, M. Suvanto3, T. Maunula4 K. Kallinen4 and R. Baert5
1: Ricardo UK, UK
2: Politecnico di Milano, Italy
3: University of Eastern Finland, Department of Chemistry, Finland
4: Dinex Finland, Finland
5: TNO, Helmond, Netherlands
16h50
O14
Suppression of sulfur poisoning of PtPd-catalyst for complete methane oxidation by NO addition
N. Sadokhina1, G. Smedler2, U. Nylén3, M. Olofsson4 and L. Olsson1
1: Chemical Engineering, Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
2: Johnson Matthey AB, Sweden
3: Scania CV AB, 151 87 Södertälje, Sweden
4: AVL MTC Motortestcenter AB, Sweden
17h10
O15
SCR coated DPF for Marine Engine Applications
M. Kleinhenz1, P. Lauer1, A. Fiedler1
1: MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, Germany
20h00 Symposium Dinner. More information on the dinner could found here.

Wednesday, October 31st

 

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 4, continued: Three way catalysts – methane abatement – innovative technologies

9h00
O16
Enhanced stability of Pd/ZSM-5 for lean methane oxidation in presence of steam
A.W. Petrov1,2, D. Ferri1, J.A. van Bokhoven2 and O. Kröcher1,3
1: Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
2: ETH Zurich, Institute for Chemical and Bioengineering, Switzerland
3: École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Institute of Chemical Science and Engineering, Switzerland
9h20
O17
Low temperature CO/hydrocarbon oxidation using short pulse reductive activation of Pt/ceria
Benjamin Betz1,2, Elena Müller1, Rüdiger Hoyer1, Martin Votsmeier1,2
1: Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau, Germany
2: Technische Universität Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany

 

ORAL SESSIONS
Session 5: Particulate matters

9h40
K5
On the impact of washcoat distribution on the performance of three-way catalyst filters
I. Belot1, D. Vidal1, R. Greiner2, M. Votsmeier2, B. van Setten2, R. E. Hayes3 and F. Bertrand1
1: Polytechnique Montréal, Montréal, Canada
2: UMICORE – R&D, Hanau, Germany
3: University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
10h10 Coffee Break / Poster Session: Particulate matters
10h40 Discussion of posters: Particulate matters and Three way catalysts – methane abatement – innovative technologies
11h30
O18
Ag2SO4 catalyst for soot oxidation with high resistance to sulfur poisoning
M. Kikugawa1, K. Yamazaki1, A. Kato1, N. Takahashi1 and H. Shinjoh1
1: Toyota Central R&D Laboratories, Japan
11h50
O19
Comparison of Accelerated Ash Loading Methods for Gasoline Particulate Filters
S. Eakle1, S. Avery1, P. Weber1, and C. Henry1
1: Southwest Research Institute, The United States of America
12h10 Concluding remarks
12h20 End of the Symposium – Lunch

POSTER SESSIONS

Session: NOx Control

P1 Low temperature performance and characterization of solid-state ion-exchanged Cu-CHA for ammonia SCR applications
A. Clemens1, A. Shishkin1, P.-A. Carlsson1, M. Skoglundh1, H. Härelind1
1: Competence Centre for Catalysis (KCK), Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
P2 The effect of ceria addition Pd/zeolite passive NOx adsorbers
L. V. Trandafilovic1 and O. Mihai1 and L.Olsson1
1: Chemical Engineering and Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
P3 Reduction of NO with CO from gas streams by 10% wt. Cu-Ce-Fe-Co/activated carbon
K.L. Pan1 and M.B. Chang1
1: Graduate Institute of Environmental Engineering, National Central University, Taiwan
P4 Performance Optimization of High-pressure SCR System in a Marine Diesel Engine. Part I: Flow Optimization and Analysis
Yuanqing Zhu1,Rongpei Zhang1, Song Zhou1, Yongming Feng1, Chunan Huang1, Chaolei Zhang1
1: College of Power and Energy Engineering, Harbin Engineering University, P.R. China
P5 Performance Optimization of High-pressure SCR System in a Marine Diesel Engine. Part II: Catalytic Reduction and Process
Yuanqing Zhu1,Rongpei Zhang1 , Song Zhou1, Yongming Feng1, Chunan Huang1, Chaolei Zhang1
1: College of Power and Energy Engineering, Harbin Engineering University, P.R. China
P6 NO reduction by NH3 over Pt-Ba/γ-Al2O3 LNT
I. S.Pieta1, W. S. Epling2
1: Institute of Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
2: Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Virginia, The United States of America
P7 Multifunctional Catalyst Based on FeBeta and Mn-Ce Oxide Component for Simultaneous NH3-SCR of NOx and NH3 Slip Oxidation
A. I. Mytareva1, D. A. Bokarev1, G. N. Baeva1, A. Yu. Belyankin1, A. Yu. Stakheev1
1: Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russia
P8 Investigation of the impact of pressure and catalyst poisons on NOx removal under pre-turbine exhaust conditions over V2O5-WO3/TiO2
Deniz Zengel1, Tobias Günter1, Maria Casapu1, Jan-Dierk Grunwaldt1
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
P9 Experimental investigation of the deactivation of a NH3-SCR Cu-SAPO catalyst
R. Villamaina1, I. Nova1, E. Tronconi1, T. Maunula2, M. Keenan3
1: Department of Energy, Laboratory of Catalysis and Catalytic Processes, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
2: Dinex Ecocat Oy, Global Catalyst Competence Centre, Finland
3: Ricardo UK Ltd, Shoreham Technical Centre, UK
P10 Speciation of Cu cations in Cu-CHA catalysts for NH3-SCR: the role of SiO2/AlO3 ratio and Cu-loading
R. Villamaina1, Shaojun Liu3, I. Nova1, E. Tronconi1, M. P. Ruggeri2, J. Collier2, A. York2
1: Laboratory of Catalysis and Catalytic Processes, Dipartimento di Energia, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
2: Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, UK
3: School of Energy and Power Engineering, Jiangsu University of Science and Technology, China
P11 Possible application of ceria-based catalysts in cold start NOx emissions control
J.C. Martínez-Munuera1, J. Giménez-Mañogil1, R. Matarrese2, L. Castoldi2, L. Lietti2 and A. García-García1
1: MCMA Group, Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Institute of Materials, University of Alicante, Spain
2: Laboratory of Catalysis and Catalytic Processes, Dipartimento di Energia, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
P12 Impact of thermal ageing on the SCR performance of tungsten doped CeVO4 mixed oxides
S. Gillot1, J.F. Dacquin1, C. Dujardin1, G. Tricot2, H. Vezin2, P. Granger1
1: Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide, Université Artois, UMR 8181, France
2: Laboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman, UMR CNRS 8516, France
P13 Structural induced effect of potassium on the reactivity of vanadate species in V2O5/WO3/TiO2 SCR-catalyst
H. Siaka1, C. Dujardin1, A. Moissette2, P. Granger1
1: Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide, Université Artois, UMR 8181, France
2: Laboratoire de Spectrochimie Infrarouge et Raman, UMR CNRS 8516, France
P14 Impact of preparation methods on surface redox properties of Cu-SAPO-34 catalysts: application for NH3 – SCR of NOx
Guillaume Pétaud1, Sonia Gil1, Anne Giroir-Fendler1
1: Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
P15 Influence of sodium addition protocol on the deactivation of Cu/FER exchanged zeolites for SCR of NOx with NH3
M-L Tarot1, F. Can1, E. Iojoiu2, V. Lauga2, X. Courtois1
1: IC2MP (UMR 7285), Université de Poitiers, FRANCE
2: Renault Trucks - Volvo Group Trucks Technology, FRANCE
P16 (EtOH+NH3) synergetic effect in lean-NOx reduction over Ag/Al2O3 catalyst
M. Barreau1, E. Iojoiu2, F. Can1, X. Courtois1
1: IC2MP (UMR 7285), Université de Poitiers, FRANCE
2: Renault Trucks - Volvo Group Trucks Technology, FRANCE
P17 Easy Way to Improve Low-Temperature Activity of FeBeta Monolith Catalyst in NH3SCR of NOx
A. I. Mytareva1, D. A. Bokarev1, D. S. Krivoruchenko1, G. N. Baeva1, A. Yu. Belyankin1, A. Yu. Stakheev1
1: Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russia
P18 Hydrothermal resistance of combined NSR-SCR catalytic converters
U. De-La-Torre1, B. Pereda-Ayo1, J.A. Onrubia1, J.R. González-Velasco1
1: Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU, Spain
P19 Insights on the use of La-based perovskites in lean NOx trap (LNT) when combined with SCR for NOx removal for diesel engine exhaust control
Jon. A. Onrubia1, Unai De-La-Torre1, Beñat Pereda-Ayo1, Juan R. González-Velasco1
1: Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, University of the Basque Country, Spain
P20 Low temperature NOx adsorption on Pd-promoted zeolites
Alessandro Porta1, Tommaso Pellegrinelli1, Lidia Castoldi1, Roberto Matarrese1, Sara Morandi2, Stanislaw Dzwigaj3, Luca Lietti1
1: Dipartimento di Energia, Politecnico Di Milano, Italy
2: Dipartimento di Chimica and NIS, Center of Excellence, Università di Torino, Italy
3: CNRS UMR 7197, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, France
P21 Highly Sulfur-Tolerant Al2O3/ZrO2/TiO2-Based LNT Catalysts
Z. Say1,2, O. Mihai3, L. Olsson3, E. Ozensoy2
1: Department of Physics, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
2: Department of Chemistry, Bilkent University, Turkey
3: Chemical Engineering; Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Session: NOx reduction, mechanisms, modelling

P22 Technical Discussion on Low Speed Two Stroke Marine Diesel Engine High Pressure EGR System
Song Zhou1, Zhanguang Wang1, Yongming Feng1 and Yuanqing Zhu1
1: Harbin Engineering University, China
P23 Regulation of SCR NO-NH3 behavior of Cu-ZSM-5 by varying copper electronic state
S. A. Yashnik1 and Z. R. Ismagilov1,2
1: Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia
2: Institute of Coal Chemistry and Material Science, Russia
P24 Cu-alumina catalysts for HC-SCR under simulated diesel exhaust emission conditions
M. Charitopoulou1,2, D.S. Achilias1, E. Pachatouridou2 and E. F. Iliopoulou2
1: Chemistry Department, AUTH, Greece
2: Laboratory of Environmental Fuels & Hydrocarbons, CPERI/CERTH, Greece
P25 NH3-SCR over V-W/TiO2 investigated by operando X-ray absorption and emission spectroscopy
D. E. Doronkin1,2, L. Zheng1, F. Benzi1, M. Casapu1 and J.-D. Grunwaldt1,2
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Germany 2: Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Germany
P26 Dynamics of Cu sites and the origin of dual-maxima NOx conversion profile during NH3-SCR over Cu-SSZ-13
D. E. Doronkin1,2, T. Günter1, A. R. Fahami1,3, E. Tronconi3, I. Nova3, M. Casapu1, and J.-D. Grunwaldt1,2
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Germany
2: Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Germany
3: Politecnico di Milano, Italy
P27 Selective Catalytic Reduction of NOx with Ammonia and Hydrocarbons Oxidation over Vanadia-based SCR Catalysts
L. Zheng1, M. Casapu1, O. Deutschmann1,2, J.-D. Grunwaldt1,2
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Germany
2: Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Germany
P28 Unravelling the role of Lewis and Brønsted acid sites in the SCR mechanism on vanadium-based catalysts
A. Marberger1,2, D. Ferri1, M. Elsener1 and O. Kröcher1,2
1: Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
2: École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Institute of Chemical Science and Engineering, Switzerland
P29 Understanding the role of silica in vanadia-titania based SCR catalysts
A. Marberger1,2, D. Ferri1, M. Elsener1, O. Kröcher1,2
1: Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
2: École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Institute of Chemical Science and Engineering, Switzerland
P30 Investigation of V2O5/TiO2 Catalysts by Modulated-Excitation Raman Spectroscopy
R. J. G. Nuguid1,2, A. Marberger1,2, M. Nachtegaal1, O. Kröcher1,2, and D. Ferri1
1: Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
2: Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
P31 Synthesis of zeolite SSZ-13 from coal gangue via sonochemial-assisted hydrothermal growth method
Jinfeng Han1,2, Ying Ha1,2, Qian Zhao1,2, Mingyu Guo1,2, Chufeng Song1,2, Na Ji1,2, Qingling Liu1,2
1: School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin University, China
2: Tianjin University State Key Laboratory of Engines, Tianjin University, China
P32 New insights on the NOx reduction mechanisms over ceria-zirconia based catalysts
J. Giménez-Mañogil1, J.C. Martínez-Munuera1, R. Matarrese2, L. Castoldi2, L. Lietti2 and A. García-García1
1: MCMA Group, Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Institute of Materials, University of Alicante, Spain
2: Laboratory of Catalysis and Catalytic Processes, Dipartimento di Energia, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
P33 BaTi0.8B0.2O3 (B= Mn, Fe, Co, Cu) LNT catalysts: effect of partial substitution of Ti on NOx storage capacity
C. Aldridge1, V. Torregrosa- Rivero1, V. Albaladejo-Fuentes1, M.S. Sánchez-Adsuar1, M. J. Illán-Gómez1
1: Carbon Materials and Environment Research Group, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Alicante, Spain
P34 Simulation of a NOx sensor for model-based control of exhaust aftertreatment systems
T. Ritter1, M. Seibel2, F. Hofmann2, M. Weibel2 and R. Moos1
1: Department of Functional Materials, Bayreuth Engine Research Center, University of Bayreuth, Germany
2: Daimler AG, Germany
P35 Radio-frequency-based determination of the oxygen and the NOx storage level of NOx storage catalysts
S. Walter1, L. Ruwisch2, U. Göbel2, G. Hagen1 and R. Moos1
1: Department of Functional Materials, Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC), University of Bayreuth, Germany
2: Umicore AG & Co. KG, Germany
P36 Kinetic Modeling of Combined Fe-Cu Zeolite SCR Catalysts for Diesel NOx Control
Qingyun Su1,2,3, Xuanjiang Liu1, Ning Li1, Dehui Tong2, Guanyu Zheng3, Jianhua Zhang3, Xiaoguang Li3
1: Institute of Internal Combustion Engine, Dalian University of Technology, China
2: State Key Laboratory of Internal Combustion Engine Reliability, Weichai Power Co., Ltd., China
3: Weichai Power Emission Solutions Inc., China
P36a Role of formaldehyde in NH3-SCR of NOx over commercial catalyst V2O5/WO3-TiO2
B. Ngoanh1
1: Leibniz-Institut für Katalyse e.V. an der Universität Rostock (LIKAT), Germany

Session: Sorption – mechanisms – ageing

P37 Post-Mortem Analysis of DeNOx Catalysts from Biofueled Heavy-Duty Vehicles
Johanna Englund1, Sara Brazèe2,3, Jonas Jansson2, Natalia M. Martin1, Magnus Skoglundh1, Per-Anders Carlsson1
1: Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering and Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
2: AB Volvo Group Trucks, Sweden
3: Perstorp Oxo AB, Sweden
P38 Volatilisation and Subsequent Deposition of Platinum Oxides from Model DOC Catalysts
K. Leistner1, C. Braga1, A. Kumar2, K. Kamasamudram2, L. Olsson1
1: Chemical Engineering, Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
2: Cummins Inc., The United States of America
P39 Studies of the Inhibiting Effect of Water on Methane Oxidation over Alumina, Ceria and ZSM-5 supported Pd-based Catalysts
P. Velin1, M. Skoglundh1, A. Raj2, D. Thompsett2, G. Smedler3 and P.-A. Carlsson1
1: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
2: Johnson Matthey, UK
3: Johnson Matthey, Sweden
P40 Alkali poisoning of Fe-Cu-ZSM-5 catalyst for the selective catalytic reduction of NO with NH3
H. Jouini1, G. Delahay2, J. Martinez-Ortigosa3, I. Mejri4, M. Mhamdi4 and Teresa Blasco3
1: Université de Tunis El Manar, Faculté des Sciences de Tunis, LR01ES08 Laboratoire de Chimie des Matériaux et Catalyse, Tunisie
2: Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier, Equipe MACS, France
3: Instituto de Tecnología Química (UPV-CSIC), Universitat Politècnica de València-Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spain
4: Université de Tunis El Manar, Institut supérieur des technologies médicales de Tunis, Tunisie
P41 Effect of S poisoning on Sn modified LNT
I. S.Pieta1, M.A. Larrubia2, L. J. Alemany2, W. S. Epling3
1: Institute of Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
2: Departamento de Ingeniería Química, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Málaga, Spain
3: Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Virginia, The United States of America
P42 Nanostructured CN supported catalyst for electrocatalytic methanol oxidation
I. S.Pieta1, A. Rathi2, A. Lewarska-Graczyka1, P. Pieta1, R. Nowakowski1, M. B. Gawande2, R. Zboril2, G.Busca3
1: Institute of Physical Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
2: Regional Centre of Advanced Technologies and Materials, Faculty of Science, Departments of Physical Chemistry and Experimental Physics, Palacky University, Czech Republic
3: University of Genova, Department of Civil, Chemical and Environmental Engineering, Italy
P43 Formation and regeneration of Pt- and Pd-oxide during lean operation on Pt-/Pd-nanoparticles and investigation of the oxide phase via Atom Probe Tomography (APT)
D. Dobesch1, A. Muntean1, YH. Lee2, M. Seipenbusch1, U. Tuttlies1, G. Schmitz2, U. Nieken1
1: Institute of Chemical Process Engineering, University of Böblinger, Germany
2: Institute of Materials Science, University of Heisenbergstr. 3, Germany
P44 Highly Efficient Dual-Bed Catalyst for NOx, CO, and Hydrocarbon Removal
A. I. Mytareva1, D. A. Bokarev1, G. N. Baeva1, A. Yu. Belyankin1, A. Yu. Stakheev1
1: Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Moscow, 119991 Russia
P45 Effect of Na, K, Ca and P-impurities on the catalytic activity for the diesel oxidation reaction
Paola Anguita1, Guillaume Pétaud1, Jesús Manuel García-Vargas1, Sonia Gil1, Anne Giroir-Fendler1
1: Univ Lyon, Université Lyon 1, CNRS, UMR 5256, IRCELYON, 2 avenue Albert Einstein, 69626 Villeurbanne Cedex, France.
P46 Kinetic Analysis and Modeling of Urea Decomposition in Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Systems
M. Börnhorst1, J. Amsler1, A. Bertótiné Abai1, S. Tischer1, O. Deutschmann1
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany
P47 Pt-based diesel oxidation catalysts studied by X-ray absorption spectroscopy during rapid transient temperature driving cycles
D. E. Doronkin1,2, F. Benzi1, J. Becher1, T. L. Sheppard1,2, A. M. Gänzler1, and J.-D. Grunwaldt1,2
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Germany
2: Institute of Catalysis Research and Technology, Germany
P48 Improving Pt-ceria based exhaust gas catalysts in a rational manner using time and space resolved operando QEXAFS and IR-thermography
F. Maurer1, A. M. Gänzler1, M. Casapu1, M. Votsmeier2, J.-D. Grunwaldt1
1: Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
2: Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau, 63457, Germany
P49 Impact of the gas mixture and aging conditions on formaldehyde conversion over a series of Pt-based commercial catalysts
T. Schedlbauer1, A. Gremminger1, M. Casapu1, O. Deutschmann1, J.-D. Grunwaldt1
1: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Engesserstrasse 20, Germany
P50 Effect of SO2 and Engine-Aging on the Activity and Selectivity of Cu-SSZ-13 NH3-SCR Catalysts for Heavy-duty Vehicles
Sandra Dahlin1, Johanna Englund2, Cornelia Lantto3, Björn Westerberg4, Francesco Regali4, Magnus Skoglundh2, Lars J Pettersson1
1: Department of Chemical Engineering, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden
2: Competence Centre for Catalysis, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
3: Division of Chemical Engineering, LTU Luleå University of Technology, SE-971 87 Luleå, Sweden
4: Scania CV AB, SE-151 87 Södertälje, Sweden
P51 Effect of platinum on Co / Al2O3 catalysts for the neutralization of toxic components of flue gases
A. T. Massenova1, A.S. Sass1, N. R. Kenzin1, K. S. Rakhmetova1, A. Ussenov1, M. Kalykberdiyev1, A. Baiken1, D. V. Sokolski1
1: Institute of Fuel, Catalysis and Electrochemistry, Almaty, 050010 Kazakhstan
P52 Hydrothermal synthesis of TiO2 nanotube with Different secondary structure for the Support materials of Vanadia-based NH3-SCR catalyst
I. Song1, H. Lee1, S. W. Jeon1 and D. H. Kim1
1: School of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Seoul National University, Seoul 08826, Republic of Korea
P53 Copper oxide deposition on different mesoporous supports using an ammonia driven deposition precipitation method for automobile exhaust gas conversion
T. Van Everbroeck1, A. Papavasiliou2, E. Poulakis3, C.J. Philippopoulos3, Nikos Papayannakos3, F.K. Katsaros2, and P. Cool1
1: Laboratory of Adsorption and Catalysis, University of Antwerp, Belgium
2: Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (INN), National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”, Aghia Paraskevi 153 10 Athens, Greece
3: Chemical Process Engineering Laboratory, Department of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, 9 Heroon Polytechniou Str., Zografou Campus, 157 80 Athens, Greece
P54 A Novel Analysis of Transient Isothermal 18O Isotopic Exchange on Commercial CexZr1-xO2 – based OSC Materials
Michalis A. Vasiliades1, Deb Harris2, Hazel Stephenson2, Soghomon Boghosian3, Angelos M. Efstathiou1
1: Chemistry Department, University of Cyprus, P.O. Box 20537, Nicosia 1678, Cyprus
2: Luxfer MEL Technologies, Elektron Technology Centre, Lumns Lane, Manchester M27 8LN, England
3: Chemical Engineering Department, University of Patras, Patras, Greece
P55 Oxidation state and dielectric properties of ceria-based catalysts by complementary microwave cavity perturbation and X-ray absorption spectroscopy measurements
C. Steiner1, A. Gänzler2, G. Hagen1, M. Casapu2, J.-D. Grunwaldt2 and R. Moos1
1: Department of Functional Materials, Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC), University of Bayreuth, Germany
2: Institute for Chemical Technology and Polymer Chemistry, Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany
P56 Critical Raw Materials (CRMs)-free Ba, Mn-based perovskites as catalysts for automotive applications
G. Peron1, G. Carollo1, A. Garbujo,1 M.M. Natile2, J. Fabro3, P. Canu3, A. Glisenti,1,2
1: Dipt. of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
2: CNR-IICMATE, Italy
3: Dept. of Industrial Engineering - University of Padova, Italy
P57 Synthesis and development of Four Way Catalysts starting from critical raw material free perovskites: influence of doping and synthesis conditions
A. De Zanet1, G. Peron1, M.M. Natile2, A. Vittadini2, A. Glisenti,1,2
1: Dipt. of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
2: CNR-ICMATE, Italy
P58 Three and Four Way Catalysts: pollution abatement with perovskites and perovskite-based nanocomposites
G. Peron1, M.M. Natile2, A. Glisenti,1,2
1: Dipt. of Chemical Sciences, University of Padova, Italy
2: CNR-ICMATE Italy
P59 High endurance gold catalysts for the treatment of emissions from hydrocarbon-powered vehicles
T. Chiya1 and M. S. Scurrell1
1: Department of Civil and Chemical Engineering, University of South Africa, Florida 1710, South Africa
P60 Investigation of a potential increase in irreversible deactivation of SCR by sulfur poisoning during a trucks lifetime
P. Moameni1, M. Milh1, C.F. Blomgren1, and S. Shwan1
1: Powertrain Advanced Engineering, Volvo Group Trucks Technology, Gothenburg, 41258, Sweden
P61 Two-step CO light-off effect on Pt/Al2O3, Pd/Al2O3, Pt/CeO2/Al2O3 and Pd/CeO2/Al2O3
Jan Březina1, Panagiotis Boutikos1, Rudolf Pečinka1, Petr Kočí1
1: University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague, Technická 5, 166 28 Prague, Czech Republic,
P62 Validation of Zeolite Storage via Simulation in Rhodium and Reactor Testing
M. Lahoti1, J. Bohmann1, R. Henderson1
1: Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX The United States of America
P63 A new class of Ce/MnOx nano-composite materials for the exhaust emissions control: Catalytic study with CO model compound
F. Arena1,2, R. Di Chio1, A. Palella2 and L. Spadaro2,1
1: Department of Engineering, University of Messina, Messina, Italy
2: Institute CNR-TAE “Nicola Giordano”, Messina, Italy
P64 Combining different X-ray characterization techniques for the definitive assessment of composition and chemical structure of metallic contaminants in exhausted catalysts
A. Palella2, F. Arena1,2, R. Di Chio1, and L. Spadaro2,1
1: Department of Engineering, University of Messina, Messina, Italy
2: Institute CNR-TAE “Nicola Giordano”, Messina, Italy
P65 Influence of Pt dispersion on the CO catalytic oxidation: Contribution of SSITKA-IR methodology
E. Genty1, A. Sangnier2, F. Dhainaut1, M. Matrat2, C. Chizallet2, C. Dujardin1
1: Univ. Lille, ENSCL–UCCS UMR CNRS 8181, 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex, France
2: IFP Energies Nouvelles, 1 & 4, avenue de Bois-Préau, 92852 Rueil-Malmaison Cedex, France

Session: Three way catalysts – methane abatement – innovative technologies

P66 Simulation on Performance of Marine Low-Pressure Dual-Fuel Engine
Song Zhou1, Zhanguang Wang1, Yongming Feng1, Jiesong Bai and Yuanqing Zhu1
1: Harbin Engineering University, China
P67 Gasoline Compression Ignition combustion impact on the After-Treatment System: DOC conversion efficiency and hydrocarbon deactivation of a Fe/Beta SCR catalyst
C. Chaillou1, C. Bizet3, J. Kermani2, F. Duffour2 and A. Bouet1
1: Aramco Fuel Research Center, Rueil-Malmaison, France
2: IFP Energies Nouvelles (Rueil-Malmaison, France); Institut Carnot IFPEN Transports Energie, Rueil-Malmaison, France
3: EMC, Achères, France
P68 Energy Recovery from Vehicles Exhaust via Catalytic Ammonia Decomposition for on-board Hydrogen production
N. Serhan1, S. Sittichompoo1, J.M. Herreros1, J. A.M. da Silva2, and A. Tsolakis1
1: School of Mechanical Engineering, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, UK
2: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Federal University of Bahia, Salvador, Brazil
P69 Modelling the exhaust gas aftertreatment system of a SI engine using jointly trained artificial neural networks
K.Schürholz1, D. Brückner1, D. Abel2
1: BMW Group, 80788 Munich, Germany
2: Institute of Automatic Control, RWTH Aachen University, 52074 Aachen, Germany
P70 Optical Spectroscopy Diagnostics of the Rhodium and Palladium Migration Processes in Three-Way Catalysts
V. O. Stoyanovskii1, A. A. Vedyagin1,2, A. M. Volodin1, R. M. Kenzhin1, P. E. Plyusnin3,4, Y. V. Shubin3,4
1: Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Russia
2: National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia
3: Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Russia
4: National Research University – Novosibirsk State University, Russia
P71 Prospect of Using Nanoalloys of Partly Miscible Rhodium and Palladium in Three-Way Catalysis
A. Vedyagin1,2, Y. Shubin3,4, R. Kenzhin1, P. Plyusnin3,4, V. Stoyanovskii1, and A. Volodin1
1: Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Russia
2: National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia
3: Nikolaev Institute of Inorganic Chemistry SB RAS, Russia
4: National Research University – Novosibirsk State University, Russia
P72 Zeolite Adsorber in wall pores & TWC on wall surface of Honeycomb for adsorbing Cold-start HC (C3: H6) and oxidation during light-off cycle
M. D. Patil1
1: Corning Research & Development Corporation, The United States of America
P73 Methane abatement and catalyst durability in heterogeneous lean-rich and dual-fuel conditions
T. Maunula1, K. Kallinen1, Niko Kinnunen2, M. Keenan3 and T. Wolff4
1: Dinex Ecocat Oy, Global Catalyst Competence Centre, Vihtavuori, Finland
2: University of Eastern Finland, Joensuu, Finland
3: Ricardo UK Ltd, Shoreham Technical Centre, Shoreham-by-Sea, UK
4: Dinex GmbH, Innovations, R&D, Bindach, Germany
P74 Partial regeneration of model TWC after high-temperature aging on a motor bench
E.A. Alikin1, S.P.Denisov1, A.A. Vedyagin2
1: Ecoaliance Ltd, Novouralsk, 624131 Russia
2: Boreskov Institute of Catalysis SB RAS, Novosibirsk, 630090 Russia
P75 CH4 reaction over oxidized Pd supported catalysts
F. Dhainaut1, P. Granger1
1: Univ. Lille, CNRS, Centrale Lille, ENSCL, Univ. Artois, UMR 8181 - UCCS - Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide, F-59000 Lille, France.
P76 IR Operando study of the effect acetylene on the NO reduction mechanism on Pd-Rh/CeO2-ZrO2 three way catalyst
T. Onfroy1 and O. Marie1
1: Laboratoire Catalyse et Spectrochimie, Normandie Univ/UNICAEN/ENSICAEN/CNRS, France
P77 Redox of Pd Supported on CeO2-ZrO2 during Dynamic Oxygen Storage / Release Cycles Analyzed by Time-Resolved in situ Optical Spectroscopy
M. Machida1,2, R. Kakei1, H. Yoshida1,2, A. Tomita3 and T. Miki3
1: Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, 860-8555, Japan
2: Unit of Elements Strategy Initiative for Catalysts & Batteries, Kyoto University, Kyoto, 615-8245, Japan
3: National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Nagoya, 463-8560, Japan
P78 OSC Materials – Impact of Preparation Method on PGM Compatibility
D. Scapens1
1: Luxfer MEL Technologies, Elektron Technology Centre, Lumns Lane, Swinton, Manchester, M27 8LN
P79 Combined theoretical and experimental approach to understanding three-way catalysis on perovskite surfaces
C. S. Cooper1,2, A. E. Pascui1, A. P. E. York1, D. Thompsett1, C. R. A. Catlow2
1: Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, Sonning Common, RG4 9NH, United Kingdom
2: Department of Chemistry, University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT, United Kingdom
P80 Three-way Catalytic Performance of Fe-doped Pd/CeO2-ZrO2 under Lean/Rich Perturbation Conditions
Y. Nakamura1,2, K. Kusatsugu1 and M. Haneda1,2
1: Advanced Ceramics Research Center, Nagoya Institute of Technology, 10-6-29 Asahigaoka, Tajimi, Gifu 507-0071, Japan
2: Frontier Research Institute for Materials Science, Nagoya Institute of Technology, Gokiso-cho, Showaku, Nagoya 465-8555, Japan
P81 Behavior of a Pd-only three-way catalyst for CH4 oxidation under oscillating feeds
D. Ferri1, M. Elsener1 and O. Kröcher1,2
1: Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland
2: École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Institute of Chemical Science and Engineering, Switzerland
P82 Ozone as an Enabler for Low Temperature Methane Control over a Current Production Fe-BEA Catalyst
M. Keenan1, J. Nicole2 and D. Poojary2
1: Ricardo UK, Shoreham by Sea, BN43 5FG, UK
2: Ricardo Inc., Santa Clara, California 95054, US
P83 Low Temperature Oxidation of Methane by [Pd/SiO2-Al2O3]@C/SnO2 with Enhanced Stability
Chaoqun Zhou1, Hao Ma1, Chunjiang Liu1, Xiamin Chen1, Zhongyue Zhou1, Yizun Wang1 and Fei Qi1
1: School of Mechanical Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, 200240
P84 Active and stable Pd/CeO2 catalysts prepared by dry methods for methane abatement applications
M. Danielis1, S. Colussi1, C. de Leitenburg1, G. Cavataio2, J. Llorca3, A. Trovarelli1
1: Polytechnic Department, University of Udine, Udine, 33100 Italy
2: Research and Innovation Center, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, MI 48124 The United States of America
3: Institut de Tècniques Energètiques, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, 08019, Spain
P85 The influence of water on the stability and light-off performances of Pd-doped CeO2 methane oxidation catalysts
A. Toso1, S. Colussi1, S. Padigapaty1 and A. Trovarelli1
1: Polytechnic Department of University of Udine, Udine, 33100, Italy
P86 PGM-free CuO/perovskites nanocomposites: new opportunities for TWC application
M. Pacella1, A. Garbujo1, G. Perin1, J. Fabro2, Q. Xin3, M.M. Natile4, P. Canu2, P. Cool3, A. Glisenti1,4
1: Department of Chemical Science, University of Padova, Padova, Italy
2: Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Padova, Padova, Italy
3Laboratory of Adsorption and Catalysis – Department of Chemistry, University of Antwerp, Belgium
4: Institute of Condensed Matter Chemistry and Technologies for Energy (ICMATE), National Research Council (CNR) c/o Department of Chemical Science, University of Padova, Padova, Italy
P87 Optimization of the composition of perovskite type materials for further elaboration of four-way catalysts for gasoline engine
J. Wu1, J.P. Dacquin1, C. Cordier2, C. Dujardin1, P. Granger1
1: Univ. Lille, ENSCL - Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide – UMR8181, F-59650 Lille, France
2: Univ. Lille – Unité Matériaux et Transformation – UMR8207, F-59650 Lille, France
P88 Storage and oxidation of oxygen-free and oxygenated hydrocarbons on a Pt/Pd series production oxidation catalyst
B. Wolkenar1,3, S. Schönebaum2,3, P. Mauermann1,3, P. Dittmann1,3, S. Pischinger1,3 and U. Simon2,3
1: Institute for Combustion Engines Aachen (VKA), RWTH Aachen University, 52074 Aachen, Germany
2: Institute of Inorganic Chemistry (IAC), RWTH Aachen University, 52074 Aachen, Germany
3: Center for Automotive Catalytic Systems Aachen (ACA), RWTH Aachen University, 52062 Aachen, Germany
P89 Towards earth-abundant elements in methane combustion catalysis
Hanieh Nassiri1, Robert E. Hayes1, and Natalia Semagina1
1: Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, T6G 1: H9 (Canada)
P90 Towards methane combustion mechanism on metal oxides supported catalysts
J.Łojewska1, M. Chrzan1, P.Jodłowski2, D. Chlebda1, A.Kołodziej3
1: Faculty of Chemistry, Jagiellonian University, Poland
2: Faculty of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Cracow University of Technology, Warszawska 24, 31-155 Kraków, Poland
3: Institute of Chemical Engineering, Polish Academy of Sciences, Bałtycka 5, 44-100 Gliwice, Poland
P91 Experimental investigation of washcoat diffusivity in automotive catalysis
M. Walander1, J. Sjöblom1, D. Creaser2, B. Lundberg3, S. Tamm4 and J. Edvardsson4
1: Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96, Göteborg (Sweden)
2: Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,Chalmers University of Technology, SE-412 96, Göteborg (Sweden)
3: Volvo Car Corporation, SE-418 78, Göteborg (Sweden)
4: Johnson Matthey, SE-421 31, Göteborg (Sweden)
P92 Beneficial effect of Ce in MgAlCe mixed oxide for the total oxidation of toluene and CO
E. Genty1,2, H. Dib2, J. Brunet2, C. Poupin2, S. Siffert2 and R. Cousin2
1: Univ. Lille, ENSCL–UCCS UMR CNRS 8181, 59655 Villeneuve d'Ascq Cedex, France
2: Université du Littoral Côte d’Opale, Unité de Chimie environnementale et Interactions sur le Vivant (UCEIV), Dunkerque, France

Session: Particulate matters

P93 Co3O4-Cu2O-CeO2 mixed oxides for diesel soot oxidation: investigation of Co and Cu effects
L.F. Liotta1, A. Westermann2, A. Serve2, F. Puleo1, V. La Parola1, A. Giroir-Fendler2, P. Vernoux2
1: Istituto per Lo Studio dei Materiali Nanostrutturati (ISMN)-CNR via Ugo La Malfa, 153, 90146, Palermo, Italy
2: Université de Lyon, CNRS, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, IRCELYON, UMR 5256, 2 avenue A. Einstein, 69626 Villeurbanne, France
P94 Study of ceria-praseodymia oxides as soot oxidation catalysts for catalyzed gasoline particulate filters
J.C. Martínez-Munuera1, Mattia Zoccoli1,2, Javier Giménez-Mañogil1 and A. García-García1
1: MCMA Group, Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Institute of Materials, University of Alicante, Spain
2: Laboratory of Catalysis and Catalytic Processes, Dipartimento di Energia, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
P95 BaFe1-xCuxO3 as soot oxidation catalysts for DPF and GPF
C. Moreno-Marcos1, V. Torregrosa-Rivero1, V. Albaladejo-Fuentes1, M.S. Sánchez-Adsuar1 and M.J. Illán-Gómez1
1: Carbon Materials and Environment Research Group, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Alicante, Spain
P96 Particulate Flows in Channels of Automotive Particulate Filters
I. Vega Mesquida1, P. Nikrityuk1 and R.E. Hayes1
1: Dept. Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, T6G 2G6
P97 Regeneration at low temperature of a catalytic diesel particulate filter at the exhaust of a common-rail diesel engine
E. Meloni1, B. Rossomando1, V. Palma1, I. Arsie1 and C. Pianese1
1: University of Salerno, Department of Industrial Engineering, Via Giovanni Paolo II, 132 - 84084 Fisciano (SA), Italy
P98 Multi-scale modelling of gasoline particulate filters employing 3D X-ray tomography
M. Václavík1, M. Plachá1, M. Isoz1, M. Leskovjan1, J. Březina1, P. Boutikos1, P. Kočí1, M. Svoboda2, E. Price3, V. Novák3 and D. Thompsett3
1: Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague 166 28, Czechia
2: New Technologies Research Centre, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen 306 14, Czechia
3: Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, Sonning Common RG4 9NH, United Kingdom
P99 Development of GPF using micro-CT measurement and numerical analytical technique
Hiroki Nakayama1, Hiroyuki Hara1, Hiroshi Mochizuki1, Akito Takayama1, Yoshikazu Sasaki2, Shigeru Yoneyama3 and Makoto Nagata1
1: N.E.Chemcat Corporation, Japan
2: JEOL LTD., Japan
3: MAXNET Co.,Ltd, Japan
P100 Support Very active AuO-Au3+/ZnO catalyst for diesel soot oxidation at low temperature. An XPS study
G. Corro1, U. Pal1, Rosalía Torraba1, Surinam Cebada1, J.L.G. Fierro2, G. Sandoval3
1: Benemerita Universidad Autonoma de Puebla, Mexico
2: Instituo de Catalisis y Petroleoquimica, Spain
3: Centrode Investigación y Asistencia Tecnológica y Diseño, Mexico
P101 Bimetallic Ru-Re/Al2O3 colloidal catalysts for soot emission abatement from automotive exhaust gases
K. Adamska1 and W. Miśta1
1: Institute of Low Temperature and Structure Research, Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław, Poland