Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
Catalysis for Eco-friendly Energy
FUELS FROM ALTERNATIVE FEEDSTOCKS AND DEVELOPMENT OF ENVIRONMENTALLY-BENIGN PROCESSES
The efficient utilizations of natural (shale) gases have been receiving enormous interest as an alternative feedstock. C1 chemistry is one of the important methodologies for producing clean fuels and chemicals using heterogeneous catalysts. In our laboratory, the synthesis of alcohols, hydrocarbons and chemical intermediates from syngas has been investigated using ordered mesoporous catalysts through some novel preparation routes such as sol-gel, nano-casting or nano-sized material synthesis. Efficient conversion of biomass into useful chemicals and fuels has been studied via catalytic conversion routes. The application of micro-structured reactors has been our research topics for the development of compact chemical processes.
HIGHLY EFFICIENT HETEROGENEOUS CATALYSTS AND DESIGN OF COMPACT REACTORS
The preparation of ordered mesoporous heterogeneous catalysts by sol-gel or nano-casting method and the synthesis of nanosized materials are of our interest to develop efficient heterogeneous catalytic systems. In addition, conventional reaction systems such as lab-scale fixed bed reactor, stirred tank reactor and novel micro-structured reactor are designed and applied for further application of compact chemical process design as well. Development of reaction kinetics is also one of main research parts for the development of efficient integrated chemical processes.
1. Chang-Il Ahn, Hyun Mo Koo, Jae Min Jo, Hyun-Seog Roh, Jong-Bae Lee, Yun-Jo Lee, Eun Joo Jang, Jong Wook Bae, “Stabilized ordered-mesopore structures of Co3O4 using Al pillar for a superior CO hydrogenation activity to hydrocarbons”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 180 (2016) 139-149.
2. Hye Yong Lee, A Rong Kim, Myung-June Park, Jae Min Jo, Dong Hyun Lee, Jong Wook Bae, “Combined steam and CO2 reforming of CH4 using coke oven gas on nickel-based catalyst: effects of organic acids to dispersion of nickel particles”, Chemical Engineering Journal 280 (2015) 771-781.
3. Jae Min Cho, Chang Il Ahn, Changhyun Pang, Jong Wook Bae,”Fischer-Tropsch synthesis on cobalt containing Al-SBA-15: effects of hydrophilicity of support to cobalt dispersion and activity”, Catalysis Science & Technology 5 (2015) 3525–3535.
4. Min Hee Woo, Jae Min Cho, Ki-Won Jun, Yun Jo Lee, Jong Wook Bae (corresponding), “Thermally stabilized cobalt-based Fischer-Tropsch catalysts with the phosphorous-modified Al2O3: effect of calcination temperature of catalysts”, ChemCatChem 7(9) (2015) 1460-1469.
5.. Taeyoung Koh, Hyun Mo Koo, Taekyung Yu, Byungkwon Lim, Jong Wook Bae, “Roles of Ruthenium-Support Interactions of Size-Controlled Ruthenium Nanoparticles for the Product Distribution of Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis”, ACS Catalysis 4 (2014) 1054−1060.
6. Ji Woo Jung, Yeoung Jun Lee, Soong Ho Um, Pil J. Yoo, Dong-Hyun Lee, Ki-Won Jun, Jong Wook Bae, “Effect of copper surface area and acidic sites to intrinsic catalytic activity for dimethyl ether synthesis from biomass-derived syngas”, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 126 (2012) 1-8.
책임연구원 (한국화학연구원, 2006-2011)
선임연구원 (LG화학기술연구원, 2002-2006)