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Catalytic upgrading nitrogen-riched wood syngas to liquid hydrocarbon mixture over Fe-Pd/ZSM-5 catalystAuthor(s): Qiangu Yan; Fei Yu; Zhiyong Cai; Jilei Zhang
Source: Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 47, 2012; pp. 469-473.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionBiomass like wood chips, switchgrass and other plant residues are first converted to syngas through gasification process using air, oxygen or steam. A downdraft gasifier is performed for syngas production in Mississippi State. The syngas from the gasifier contains up to 49% (vol) N2. High-level nitrogen-containing (nitrogen can be up to 60%) synthesis gas is converted to liquid hydrocarbon mixture through a one-stage catalytic process with a FeePd/ZSM-5 catalyst. The FeePd/ZSM-5 catalyst shows relatively high activity and selectivity in producing liquid hydrocarbons when running with nitrogen-rich syngas. The CO conversion, hydrocarbon selectivity and hydrocarbon distribution as a function of temperature, pressure, GHSV, composition of the feed, and reaction time are examined.
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CitationYan, Qiangu; Yu, Fei; Cai, Zhiyong; Zhang, Jilei. 2012. Catalytic upgrading nitrogen-riched wood syngas to liquid hydrocarbon mixture over Fe-Pd/ZSM-5 catalyst. Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 47, 2012; pp. 469-473.
KeywordsBiomass to liquid (BTL) fuels, Gasification, Nitrogen-riched, Catalytic upgrading, Fe–Pd/ZSM-5 catalyst
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