Hydroprocessing of waste cooking oil over a dispersed nano catalyst: Kinetics study and temperature effect

@inproceedings{Zhang2014HydroprocessingOW,
  title={Hydroprocessing of waste cooking oil over a dispersed nano catalyst: Kinetics study and temperature effect},
  author={Haiping Zhang and Hongfei Lin and Weizhi Wang and Ying Huan Zheng and Pan Hu},
  year={2014}
}
Abstract The kinetics of hydrodeoxygenation of waste cooking oil (WCO) is investigated with unsupported CoMoS catalysts. A kinetic model is established and a comprehensive analysis of each reaction pathway is carried out. The results show that hydrodecarbonylation/decarboxylation (HDC) routes are the predominant reaction pathways in the elimination of oxygen, with the rate constant three times as high as that of hydrodeoxygenation (HDO). However, the HDC activity of the CoMoS catalyst… CONTINUE READING