Geological and Environmental Engineering | Article | Published 2020
The problem of protecting the environment from the harmful effects of industrial gas emissions has now become truly global. One of the effective ways to solve it is the development and implementation of non-waste and low-waste environmentally balanced technologies in which significant importance is attached to the purification of industrial gas emissions from harmful impurities. However, reliable, scientifically sound methods for calculating and designing processes for cleaning gas emissions from harmful impurities, choosing catalysts, and implementing optimal technological schemes are still not sufficiently applied. Naturally, to a significant extent this is a consequence of the lack of a general theory of catalysis, but it is even more due to the small use of modern research methods in the field of processes and apparatuses of chemical technology, mathematical modeling and optimization.