Reforming pyrolysis oil into clean green transport fuel
door Apunda, Moses
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BIOFUEL SUSTAINABILITY: There has been a higher decline in the easily available fossil fuels and as well, with their availability; there is serious concern about the carbon dioxide and nitrogen dioxide emissions any time such fuels are burnt. Carbon dioxide poses serious threat to the atmospheric environment and can lead to global warming and, nitrogen dioxide emission can lead to acidic rain which is detrimental to the natural environment and can as well involve in stratospheric ozone reactions and lead to climate change. Biomass is indeed considered as the most promising resource since it is very abundant and sustainable. Biomass can therefore be used to produce environmental friendly liquid fuel via a number of technological processes such as pyrolysis. Biomass derived fuels when burnt produces zero or negative carbon dioxide emissions due to the fact that the plants utilizes carbon dioxide during the photosynthesis process. This book therefore outlines the steps involved in producing clean green transport fuel from biomass(wood pellets) by pyrolysis and how the pyrolysis oil is upgraded via catalytic hydrothermal treatment.
The Author has Master's Degree in Energy and Environment (Distinction) from University of Leeds (UK). He is an informed energy and environmental researcher who has extensive knowledge on how to assess energy and environmental problems and then develop and implement suitable approach to solve them. He has vast research experience in green energy.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
0.22 x 0.15 x 0.005 m; 0.168 kg