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NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE PRODUCTION OF MOTOR FUELS FROM RENEWABLE MATERIALS

ABSTRACT
This work presents resources of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina available for bioethanol and motor fuels (gasoline and diesel fuel) from sustainable resources: corn-stalks, straw, sweet sorghum, pork fat. The physicochemical basis for novel processes for motor fuel production is coupling microwave pyrolysis of oil shale and catalytic cracking of purified pyrolysis oil, hydrothermal liquefaction of algae and swine manure. The effects of the degree of purification of crude pyrolysis oil and oil shale on the degree of their conversion to gasoline and diesel fuel, as well as the product distribution are investigated. The effects of the duration and temperature of hydrothermal liquefaction of microalga, Botryoccocus braunii, and swine manure on their degrees of conversion into bio-oil and its thermal properties are investigated. The development of novel strategy of biofuel in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina is presented.
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PAPER SUBMITTED: 2012-01-31
PAPER REVISED: 2012-03-08
PAPER ACCEPTED: 2012-03-22
DOI REFERENCE: https://doi.org/10.2298/TSCI120131063A
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THERMAL SCIENCE YEAR 2012, VOLUME 16, ISSUE Supplement 1, PAGES [S87 - S95]
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