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Experience in research on catalytic reactors, mainly fluidized bed and membrane reactors.
Coauthor of 152 articles in referred journals and 17 books or book chapters; H-index (WoK): 36, Google index: 39.
University of Zaragoza
January 1981 - January 1985
Kinetic study on catalyst deactivation during FCC process. New kinetic model for non-homogeneous surfaces.
Flow-through catalytic membranes offer lower combustion temperature than conventional packed bed catalytic reactors. This technology could be employed to clean air from VOCs or to achieve efficient combustion of fuels.[…]
A two-zone fluidized bed reactor can solve the problems of catalyst deactivation by coke by providing in-situ continous catalyst regeneration.[…]