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  • pyrolytic waste plastic oil and its diesel blend: fuel characterization

    Pyrolytic Waste Plastic Oil and Its Diesel Blend: Fuel Characterization

    28 Jun 2016 Waste plastic pyrolysis in liquid fuel (gasoline, diesel oil, etc.) The increase of petroleum and petrochemical prices opened the ways for In some cases, plastics were copyrolyzed with other materials such as waste motor oil [18]. With regard to fast pyrolysis of PE, pyrolysis of LDPE [16], HDPE [20, 21],

  • fractional distillation & characterization of tire derived pyrolysis oil

    Fractional Distillation & Characterization of Tire Derived Pyrolysis Oil

    The liquid fuel is directly used in the engines and that phase Keywords Pyrolysis, Fractional distillation, Tire pyrolysis oil, Upgrading and characterization . 1.

  • diesel-like fuel obtained by catalytic pyrolysis of waste engine oil

    Diesel-Like Fuel Obtained by Catalytic Pyrolysis of Waste Engine Oil

    The aim of this study is to obtain gasoline like fuel from waste engine oil by catalytic Possible acceptable processes are distillation, cracking and pyrolysis. [13], Pütün, hroilplant. Biomass to Bio-Oil via Fast Pyrolysis of Cotton Straw and Stalk , . [34], Zadgaonkar, A. Process and Equipment for Conversions of Waste Plastics

  • high-efficiency separation of bio-oil | intechopen

    High-Efficiency Separation of Bio-Oil | IntechOpen

    30 Apr 2013 Fast pyrolysis is a technology that can efficiently convert biomass feedstock into liquid biofuels. which may lead to higher storage and transportation costs. Many researchers have tested the combustion of bio-oil in gas boiler systems, diesel engines, and gas .. KDL-5 molecular distillation apparatus.

  • pyrolysis oil - wikipedia

    Pyrolysis oil - Wikipedia

    Pyrolysis oil, sometimes also known as biocrude or bio-oil, is a synthetic fuel under investigation as substitute for petroleum. It is obtained by heating dried biomass without oxygen in a reactor at a temperature of about 500 °C with subsequent cooling. Pyrolytic oil (or bio-oil) is a kind of tar and normally contains levels of oxygen (2004b) performed fast pyrolysis of Chllorella protothecoides and Microcystis