Co-liquefaction of microalgae and lignocellulosic biomass in subcritical water.

@article{Gai2015ColiquefactionOM,
  title={Co-liquefaction of microalgae and lignocellulosic biomass in subcritical water.},
  author={Chao Gai and Yi Li and Nana Peng and Aonan Fan and Zhengang Liu},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2015},
  volume={185},
  pages={240-5}
}
This study investigated co-liquefaction of microalgae (Chlorella pyrenoidosa, CP) and lignocellulosic biomass (Rice husk, RH) in subcritical water for bio-oil production. The effects of liquefaction temperature (200-350°C), residence time (10-90min), solid concentration (10-30wt.%) and mass ratio of CP/RH on product distribution were investigated. The results showed that the highest yield of bio-crude oils at the combination of 50% CP with 50% RH was obtained at 300°C temperature, 60min… CONTINUE READING

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