Special Issue "Catalysts for Mobile Source: Low-Carbon and Pollution Emission Control"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 November 2023) | Viewed by 1315
Interests: catalysis; collaborative control technology; carbon dioxide; pollution emission; mobile sources
The global energy shortage and environmental pollution are becoming increasingly prominent issues, hindering the sustainable development of our planet. Mobile sources are a major source of energy consumption and pollution emissions. After-treatment technology is the most effective way to solve this pollution issue. Well-known traditional after-treatment catalysts include SCR (selective catalytic reduction), cDPF (catalyzed diesel particulate filter), ASC (ammonia slip catalyst), DOC (diesel oxidation catalyst), TWC (three-way catalyst), MOC (methane oxidation catalyst), etc. In addition to these typical thermal catalysts, other advanced catalytic technologies, such as electro-assisted catalysis, have been developed. Moreover, new catalytic materials have been developed for internal combustion engines that burn low- and zero-carbon fuels. With increasingly strict emission standards and the application of green fuels, it is necessary to further optimize and upgrade existing catalysts and design new catalysts to cope with future ultra-low/near-zero emission requirements.
This Special Issue will feature the works presented at The 6th International Symposium on Mobile Source Low Carbon Energy Conservation and Pollutant Emission Control Technology that collect the research results of catalytic materials currently used to solve the problems of carbon dioxide and pollutant emissions from mobile sources, and explores the key research directions in the next stage, being committed to promoting the development of catalysis science in the field. It involves various aspects of catalyst design, preparation, characterization, reaction mechanisms, and deactivation mechanisms, including, but not limited to, catalysts used to address the main pollutants such as HC, CO, NOx, and PM, catalysts used to address unconventional pollutants such as CH4, N2O, NH3 and NMHC, electrocatalysts and plasma-assisted catalysts, low-temperature adsorption materials, etc.
More information about the symposium can be found at: https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/1zSOBMKA2U0CAkbjVyosmg
Additionally, scientists are cordially invited to contribute original research papers or reviews in modeling and simulation based on the catalysts, collaborative control technology for mobile source pollution and carbon reduction, and ultra-low emission after-treatment technology to this special issue of Catalysts.
Dr. Zhenguo Li
Dr. Xiaodong Wu
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- CO2 and pollution emission cooperative control technology
- after-treatment technology
- ultra-low-emission after-treatment technology
- catalyst design
- catalyst synthesis and characterization
- heterogeneous catalyst
- mechanism of catalytic reaction
- catalyst deactivation mechanism
- thermodynamics and kinetics
- modeling and simulation of catalytic reactions