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Deoxygenation of second generation bio-oils issued from ligno-cellulosic
Limitations of catalyst deactivation and H2 cunsumption
Energy and environment
The second generation bio-fuels are renewable power source that does not compete with food production. A large number of researches are launched on their production and purification processes. One of the routes to produced 2nd generation bio-fuels is the pyrolysis of ligno-cellulosic products (agricultural and wood residues, .). However, the so-produced oils contain a very high level of oxygenated compounds (up to 45 wt%), that should be removed through a hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) reaction to obtain high quality and stable diesel oils. The aim of this project is to propose a rational design of the catalyst and reaction conditions for HDO of bio-oils.
Propose a rational design of the catalytic HDO step with optimization of H2 consumption and limitation of catalyst deactivation.
Through a fundamental approach, we aimed at developing large knowledges in the field of synthesis and purification of bio-oils that could be used at an industrial scale.
P1 : Laboratoire Catalyse et Spectrochimie/UMR 6506, Caen
P2 : Laboratoire de Catalyse et Chimie Organique/UMR 6503, Poitiers
P3 : Laboratoire Unité de Catalyse et Chimie du Solide /UMR 8181, Lille
P4 : Total France
Timing : 3 ans
Name : Maugé
First name : Françoise
Tel : 02 34 45 28 24
Email : francoise.mauge[at]ensicaen.fr