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Title: Claus process and catalyst design
Authors: Baltagi, Hani
Semrany, Francis
Advisors: Abou Jaoude, Marie-Thérèse
Subjects: Desulfurization
Natural gaz--Desulfurization
Issue Date: 2015
Claus process is a widely used technique for sulfur removal and recovery from natural gas. It has many advantages such as reducing atmosphere pollution from hazardous hydrogen sulfide and a high percentage recovery of sulfur. This project offers a detailed description of the modified Claus process. Also an overview about the catalyst used is provided. This project also provides an experimental part that compares the conventional catalyst used with a new emerging one.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 32-33).

Supervised by Dr. Marie-Thérèse Abou Jaoude.
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Type: Project
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