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Cases of membrane reactors with a polymeric non-catalytic membrane are not presented and discussed, as the membrane only performs some separation task and the models to be considered are independent of the type of membrane, considering that an adequate transport equation is considered. The cases of porous polymeric membranes with catalyst supported in the porous walls, typical in the biomembrane reactors, photocatalysis, amongst others, are also not considered here. 1 Membrane reactors with liquid/liquid or liquid/ vapour phases Some of the modelling studies reported in the literature are conducted in liquid phase.

Consequently, the esterification reaction remains equilibrium-limited in this reactor configuration. © Woodhead Publishing Limited, 2013 Polymeric membranes for membrane reactors 19 The dimerization of isobutene carried out in a forced-flow polymeric catalytic membrane reactor was reported by D. 37,38 The authors prepared composite porous membranes consisting of a catalytic layer made of solid acid catalysts, such as silica supported Nafion®, Nafion®NR50, Amberlyst™ 15 and silica supported tungstophosphoric acid dispersed in polymeric binders such as Teflon®AF, Hyflon®AD, polytrimethylsilylpropyne, or polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), cast on microporous support membranes made of polyacrylonitrile (PAN) or Torlon®.

Three types of composite catalytic membranes comprising 12-tungstophosphoric acid (PW) and polypropyleneoxide (PPO) supported on alumina porous tubes, were tested. The best performance was achieved with the catalytic composite membrane PW–PPO/PPO/Al2O3, which was attributed to the intrinsic permselective capabilities of the PW−PPO catalytic membrane and the sub-layered PPO membrane. The selective removal of methanol through the catalytic membrane led to an equilibrium shift to the favourable direction in the decomposition of MTBE.

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