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Title: Different reaction behaviours of the light and heavy components of bio-oil during the hydrotreatment in a continuous pack-bed reactor
Authors: Mortaza Gholizadeh
Richard Gunawan
Xun Hu
Md Mahmudul Hasan
Sascha Kersten
Roel Westerhof
Weerawut Chaitwat
Chun Zhu Li
Curtin University
University of Twente
Mahidol University
Keywords: Chemical Engineering;Energy
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2016
Citation: Fuel Processing Technology. Vol.146, (2016), 76-84
Abstract: © 2016 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. This study aims to investigate the hydrotreatment of bio-oil in a continuous packed-bed reactor at around 375°C and 70 bar. The bio-oil was produced from the grinding pyrolysis of mallee wood in a grinding pyrolysis pilot plant. Our results indicate that the lighter and heavier components in the same bio-oil could behave very differently. Their behaviour can be affected very significantly by the overall bio-oil liquid hourly space velocity. While the residence time of the light species that evaporate instantly could be very short, the residence time of heavy species passing through the catalyst bed in the form of liquid could be very long. When a commercial pre-sulphided NiMo/Al2O3catalyst came into contact with the heavy bio-oil species, significant exothermic reactions would take place, which result in the deactivation of hyperactive sites in the catalyst. The NiMo/Al2O3catalyst used was less active in hydrotreating the heavier bio-oil species than in hydrotreating the lighter bio-oil species. However, even at very low extents of hydrotreatment, the bio-oil structure and properties, e.g. coking propensity, could be drastically improved.
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http://repository.li.mahidol.ac.th/dspace/handle/123456789/43349
ISSN: 03783820
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