Fast hydropyrolysis of biomass Conversion: A comparative review

Title
Fast hydropyrolysis of biomass Conversion: A comparative review
Authors
하정명오신영Jechan LeeSu Shiung LamEilhann E. KwonDaniel C. W. TsangYong Sik OkWei-Hsin ChenYoung-Kwon Park
Keywords
Hydropyrolysis; Pyrolysis; Biofuels; Hydrocarbons; Biorefinery
Issue Date
2021-12
Publisher
Bioresource technology
Citation
VOL 342-126067
Abstract
Recent studies show that fast hydropyrolysis (i.e., pyrolysis under hydrogen atmosphere operating at a rapid heating rate) is a promising technology for the conversion of biomass into liquid fuels (e.g., bio-oil and C4+ hydrocarbons). This pyrolysis approach is reported to be more effective than conventional fast pyrolysis in producing aromatic hydrocarbons and also lowering the oxygen content of the bio-oil obtained compared to hydrodeoxygenation (a common bio-oil upgrading method). Based on current literature, various non-catalytic and catalytic fast hydropyrolysis processes are reviewed and discussed. Efforts to combine fast hydropyrolysis and hydrotreatment process are also highlighted. Points to be considered for future research into fast hydropyrolysis and pending challenges are also discussed.
URI
https://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/74316
ISSN
0960-8524
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