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The bioliq process for producing synthetic transportation fuels

Dahmen, N.; Abeln, J.; Eberhard, M.; Kolb, T.; Leibold, H.; Sauer, J.; Stapf, D.; Zimmerlin, B.

Abstract (englisch):
Biofuels of the second generation can contribute significantly to the replacement
of the currently used fossil energy carriers for transportation fuel production.
The lignocellulosic biomass residues used do not compete with food and feed
production, but have to be collected from wide-spread areas for industrial largescale
use. The two-stage gasification concept bioliq offers a solution to this problem.
It aims at the conversion of low-grade residual biomass from agriculture
and forestry into synthetic fuels and chemicals. Central element of the bioliq
process development is the 2–5 MW pilot plant along the complete process
chain: fast pyrolysis for pretreatment of biomass to obtain an energy dense, liquid
intermediate fuel, high-pressure entrained flow gasification providing low
methane synthesis gas free of tar, hot synthesis gas cleaning to separate acid
gases, and contaminants as well as methanol/dimethyl ether and subsequent following
gasoline synthesis. After construction and commissioning of the individual
process steps with partners from industry, first production of synthetic fuel
was successfully achieved in ... mehr


Zugehörige Institution(en) am KIT Institut für Katalyseforschung und -Technologie (IKFT)
Institut für Technische Chemie (ITC)
Publikationstyp Zeitschriftenaufsatz
Jahr 2016
Sprache Englisch
Identifikator DOI: 10.1002/wene.236
ISSN: 2041-8396, 2041-840X
KITopen ID: 1000065856
Erschienen in Wiley interdisciplinary reviews / Energy and Environment
Seiten 1-10
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