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Research interests

Dr Dmitry Lukyanov studied for an MSc in Chemistry at Lomonosov Moscow State University and a PhD at the Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry (Moscow).

Dmitry has visiting research fellowships at the University of Poitiers with Professor Michel Guisnet (1992-93), University of Pittsburgh with Professor Keith Hall (1994), University of Manchester with Professor John Dwyer (1995-1997), and EPSRC Advanced Research Fellowship at the Universities of Manchester and Bath (1998-2001).

He joined the University of Bath in March 2000.

Research

Dmitry's research aims to:

  1. generate new insights into mechanisms of  heterogeneous catalytic reactions and 
  2. apply these insights for the design (engineering) of new catalysts and reactions, which could form a basis for the development of cleaner chemical technologies including conversion of biomass into transportation fuels and valuable chemicals.

This research combines thorough kinetic and IR spectroscopic studies with kinetic modelling of reactions.

During the last eight years, his research has been focused on reactions of light alkanes over bifunctional zeolite catalysts. The most interesting results include:

  • Development of original kinetic method for quantitative analysis of the acid sites in working catalysts (2006)
  • New insights into the effect of the zeolite structure on alkane aromatisation mechanisms (2006)
  • Demonstration of the feasibility of the environmentally benign process of ethylbenzene production via benzene alkylation with ethane (instead of ethene) using bifunctional zeolite catalysts (2008).

The concept of bifunctional catalysis was also applied to the activation of methane, and this research has led to the discovery of the selective alkylation of benzene with methane into toluene (2009) and, later on, to demonstration of the stable methane conversion into ethane over platinum supported. catalysts at moderate temperatures (2011).

Dmitry's current research is focused on investigation of the effects of the zeolite structure (micro-meso-porous materials) on the conversions of light alkanes and biomass in such valuable products as light alkenes and transportation fuels.

Willing to supervise PhD

Interested in supervising students studying;

  • Catalysis in sustainable production of valuable chemicals and transportation fuels from renewable sources
  • Hydrocarbon reactions over acidic and bi-functional zeolite catalysts
  • Characterisation of active sites in solid catalysts using spectroscopic and kinetic techniques. 

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Zeolites Chemical Compounds
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alkylation Physics & Astronomy
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ethane Physics & Astronomy

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Projects 2005 2010

Research Output 2001 2019

Influence of precursors on the induction period and transition regime of dimethyl ether conversion to hydrocarbons over ZSM-5 catalysts

Omojola, T., Lukyanov, D., Cherkasov, N., Zholobenko, V. & van Veen, A., 11 Sep 2019, In : Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research. 58, 36, p. 16479-16488 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

1 Citation (Scopus)

Transient kinetic studies and microkinetic modeling of primary olefin formation from dimethyl ether over ZSM-5 catalysts

Omojola, T., Lukyanov, D. & van Veen, A., 1 Jul 2019, In : International Journal of Chemical Kinetics. 51, 7, p. 528-537 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Kinetic modelling and experimental studies of the methanol to hydrocarbons reaction over H-ZSM-5 zeolite

Lukyanov, D., 2018, (Accepted/In press) Kinetic modelling and experimental studies of the methanol to hydrocarbons reaction over H-ZSM-5 zeolite.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

5 Citations (Scopus)
27 Downloads (Pure)

Mechanistic Insights into the Desorption of Methanol and Dimethyl ether over ZSM-5 Catalysts

Omojola, T., Cherkasov, N., McNab, A., Lukyanov, D., Anderson, J., Rebrov, E. & van Veen, A., 1 Jan 2018, In : Catalysis Letters. 148, 1, p. 474-488 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Methanol
Ethers
Desorption
Adsorption
Catalysts

On the induction period of the conversion of methanol over ZSM-5 catalysts: Transient studies using a TAP reactor

Omojola, T., Lukyanov, D. & van Veen, A., 8 Nov 2018.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract

Datasets

Dataset for "Zeolite Minilith: A Unique Structured Catalyst for the Methanol to Gasoline Process"

Omojola, T. (Creator), Cherkasov, N. (Creator), Rebrov, E. (Creator), Lukyanov, D. (Creator), Perera, S. (Creator), University of Bath, 27 Jul 2018

Dataset

Thesis

Benzene alkylation with ethane into ethylbenzene over Pt-containing zeolite bifunctional catalysts

Author: Wong, I., 1 Mar 2009

Supervisor: Lukyanov, D. (Supervisor) & Rigby, S. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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Deactivation of PtH-ZSM-5 Bifunctional Catalysts by Coke Formation during Benzene Alkylation with Ethane

Author: Chua, L. M., 1 Mar 2010

Supervisor: Rigby, S. (Supervisor) & Lukyanov, D. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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Development And Computational Studies Of Multi-Channel Adsorbent Hollow Fibre For The Removal Of Volatile Organic Compounds

Author: Alsharif, A., 1 Jul 2017

Supervisor: Perera, S. (Supervisor), Chew, Y. (Supervisor) & Lukyanov, D. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD

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Experimental and kinetic modelling studies of methanol conversion to hydrocarbons over zeolite catalysts

Author: Omojola, O., 19 Jun 2019

Supervisor: Lukyanov, D. (Supervisor) & Perera, S. (Supervisor)

Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisPhD