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Supercritical water gasification.
This article reviews the work relating to the supercritical water gasifi cation of biomass with a focus on hydrogen production. The high hydrogen yield predicted by thermodynamic calculations and theExpand
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Ionic reactions and pyrolysis of glycerol as competing reaction pathways in near- and supercritical water
Abstract Experimental results of the decomposition of glycerol in near- and supercritical water are presented considering measurements in the temperature range of 622–748 K, at pressures of 25, 35,Expand
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Hydrothermal biomass gasification
Abstract Different hydrothermal biomass gasification processes are under development. In contrast to biomass gasification processes without water, biomass with the natural water content (“greenExpand
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Hydrothermal Carbonization of Biomass
Abstract From the very beginning, nature used hydrothermal processes to create fuels during various geological and biological eras involved in the formation of our planet. We then intensively usedExpand
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Biomass Conversion in Water at 330−410 °C and 30−50 MPa. Identification of Key Compounds for Indicating Different Chemical Reaction Pathways
The degradation of biomass is studied in the ranges of 330−410 °C and 30−50 MPa and at 15 min of reaction time. To characterize the chemistry of biomass degradation, key compounds which areExpand
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Biomass gasification in near- and super-critical water: Status and prospects
The current status of biomass gasification in near- and supercritical water (SCWG) is reviewed. There are two approaches to biomass gasification in supercritical water. The first: low-temperatureExpand
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Hot compressed water as reaction medium and reactant. 2. Degradation reactions
Hot compressed water (HCW, here water above 200 °C) owns interesting properties. The impact of the unique properties is discussed exemplary for the thermal degradation of tert-butylbenzene and theExpand
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Hydrothermal conversion of biomass to fuels and energetic materials.
Available biomass, preferentially residues, can be divided in two groups: biomass with a high or natural water content ('wet' or 'green' biomass) and biomass with low water content such as wood andExpand
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Economic analysis of sewage sludge gasification in supercritical water for hydrogen production.
Abstract Supercritical water gasification (SCWG) is a process that is currently being developed for the gasification of biomass in supercritical water. The process principle is to make use of theExpand
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Cultivation of microalgae with recovered nutrients after hydrothermal liquefaction
Abstract One of the main concerns regarding the development of microalgal biofuels is the tremendous demand of nutrients that they require for growing, which places a question mark with theirExpand
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