Catalytic upgrading of hydrothermal liquefaction biocrudes: Different challenges for different feedstocks

@inproceedings{Castello2019CatalyticUO,
  title={Catalytic upgrading of hydrothermal liquefaction biocrudes: Different challenges for different feedstocks},
  author={Daniele Castello and Muhammad Salman Haider and Lasse Rosendahl},
  year={2019}
}
Hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) followed by catalytic hydrotreating of the produced biocrude is increasingly gaining ground as an effective technology for the conversion of biomass into liquid biofuels. A strong advantage of HTL resides in its great flexibility towards the feedstock, since it is able to treat a large number of different organic substrates, ranging from dry to wet residual biomass. Nevertheless, the characteristics of biocrudes from different typologies of organic materials… CONTINUE READING
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