Hydrodeoxygenation and hydrocracking of oxygenated compounds over CuPd/γ-Al2O3–ZSM-5 catalyst

  title={Hydrodeoxygenation and hydrocracking of oxygenated compounds over CuPd/$\gamma$-Al2O3–ZSM-5 catalyst},
  author={Mihai Marinescu and Daniel Popovici and Dorin Bombos and Gabriel Vasilievici and Paul Rosca and Elena-Emilia Oprescu and Ion Bolocan},
  journal={Reaction Kinetics, Mechanisms and Catalysis},
  pages={1013 - 1026}
Biomass is one of the most important renewable energy resources to produce sustainable liquid fuel. This study presents the process of hydrodeoxygenation/hydrocracking on a model of oxygenated compounds such as fatty acid methyl esters using a bifunctional catalyst that contains a metallic function based on copper and palladium and an acid function type ZMS-5. Hydrocracking of methyl esters on the bifunctional catalyst CuPd/γ-Al2O3–ZSM-5 realized on a fix bed reactor led to obtaining of n… 
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