Hydroprocessing of pure soybean and waste cooking oil to calculate conversion by simulated distillation: A second generation biodiesel approach
- Hydroprocessing of pure soybean and waste cooking oil to calculate conversion by simulated distillation: A second generation biodiesel approach
- 한재영; 밤방; 김재훈; 임종성
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- 한국화학공학회 춘계 학술 발표회
- Hydroprocessing of vegetable oils is a prominent technology for the production of next generation biodiesel. In this work, the conversion and n-alkane content of hydroprocessed pure soybean and waste cooking oil under identical conditions is compared in a batch reactor. The effect of reaction time, initial hydrogen pressure and reactor temperature are investigated using various heterogeneous catalyst. The results of the experiments show that the highest n-alkane content at 400℃, 2h, 92 bar for the pure soybean oil and 400℃, 6h 44min, 120 bar for the waste cooking oil. Conversion is calculated by simulated distillation based on petroleum diesel boiling point range and feedstock.
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