Título Biomass conversion technologies: Catalytic conversion technologies
Autores SERRANO RUIZ, JUAN CARLOS
Publicación externa No
Medio Lecture Notes in Energy
Alcance Capítulo de un Libro
Naturaleza Científica
Cuartil SJR 3
Impacto SJR 0.19100
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Fecha de publicacion 01/01/2017
Scopus Id 2-s2.0-85017171988
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-48288-0_5
Abstract Diminishing fossil fuel reserves and global warming issues are driving society toward the search for new renewable sources of energy. Lignocellulosic can significantly displace petroleum in the production of fuels. Oxygenated fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel currently dominate the fuel market although they have important limitations. The production of liquid hydrocarbon fuels from biomass is a paradigmatic transformation allowing the production of fuels chemically identical to those currently used in the transportation sector. The present chapter describes some of the catalytic strategies used to transform biomass-derived molecules into liquid hydrocarbon fuels. These strategies are first focused on decreasing the oxygen content of the original molecule such that its reactivity can be more easily controlled. In a subsequent step, the less oxygenated intermediates are upgraded via C–C coupling reactions to increase the length chain to produce a final product suitable for diesel and jet fuel applications. The present chapter offers a number of examples on biomass-derived acids such as lactic and levulinic acids and biomass sugars such as glucose catalytically transformed into liquid hydrocarbon fuels. © Springer International Publishing AG 2017.
Palabras clave Bioconversion; Biomass; Ethanol fuels; Fighter aircraft; Fossil fuels; Global warming; Hydrocarbons; Liquids; Molecules; Proven reserves; Reaction intermediates; Biomass conversion technologies; C-cou
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