2-D radiation field in photocatalytic channels of square, rectangular, equilateral triangular and isosceles triangular sections
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In this paper, a Monte Carlo model is used to predict the light intensity profile inside a photocatalytic monolith reactor where the internal walls of the reactor are coated with a light-absorbing and light-reflecting catalytically active film. Reactors with channels of square, rectangular, equilateral triangular and isosceles triangular sections are considered. These cases have not cylindrical symmetry and a 2-D approach must be used.
|Number of pages||10|
|Journal||Chemical Engineering Science|
|Publication status||Published - Jan 2006|
- Indoor air quality, Monolith reactor, Photocatalytic oxidation, Reactor modeling, Titania photocatalyst