Catalytic Vapor Cracking for Improvement of Bio-Oil Quality
- Catalytic Vapor Cracking for Improvement of Bio-Oil Quality
- 박현주; 전종기; 서동진; 서영웅; 허현수; 박영권
- Bio-oil; Catalyst; Upgrading; Pyrolysis; Cracking
- Issue Date
- Catalysis Surveys from Asia
- VOL 15, NO 3, 161-180
- Bio-oil has attracted considerable interest as a
promising renewable energy resource because it can be
utilized as a feedstock in integrated bio-refineries for the
production of highly valuable chemicals and next-generation
hydrocarbon fuels. However, it is necessary to improve
the bio-oil quality before it can be fed to bio-refineries.
Currently, catalytic vapor cracking seems a more attractive
process than catalytic upgrading technologies, such as
hydrotreating and esterification, in order to improve the
bio-oil quality. This review presents a summary of recent
research and the state of art technology for the catalytic
vapor cracking of bio-oil, focusing on the catalysts applied,
upgrading methods and reaction mechanisms.
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