Published March 14, 2007
by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
Previous Book Next Book Production and Purification of Ultraclean Transportation Fuels. Editor(s): Yun Hang Hu 1, Xiaoliang Ma 2, Elise B. Fox 3, Xinwen Guo 4. The Potential of Biomass in the Production of Clean Transportation Fuels and Base Chemicals. Jacob A. Moulijn, and Igor V. Babich. Chapter 5, pp Overview of fundamentals of synthetic ultraclean transportation fuel production / Murray Silk [and others] --Ultraclean transportation fuels from coal: an overview / John Shen [and others] --Clean fuels production using plasma energy pyrolysis system / Ron Patun [and others] --Effect of ultrasonic irradiation on enxymatic transesterification. The production and utilization of ultraclean fuels for transportation has been considered as the most effective approach to solve the issues of air pollution. The aim of this ACS series book, which contains nine chapters, is to give the reader an appreciation of the state-of-the-art with respect to the production and utilization of clean fuels. [et al.] -- Ultra-deep desulfurization of ultra-low sulfur diesel over nickel-based sorbents in the presence of hydrogen for fuel cell applications \/ C. Sentorun-Shalaby, X.L. Ma, C.S. Song -- The potential of biomass in the production of clean transportation fuels and base chemicals \/ Jacob A. Moulijn, Igor V. Babich -- Biosyngas generation.
Ultraclean fuels production has become increasingly important as a method to help decrease emissions and allow for the introduction of alternative feedstocks for transportation fuels. Established methods, such as Fischer–Tropsch, have seen a resurgence of interest as natural gas prices drop and existing petroleum resources require more intensive cleanup and purification to meet Cited by: / The Potential of Biomass in the Production of Clean Transportation Fuels and Base Chemicals / Moulijn, Jacob A.; Babich, Igor V. / Biosyngas Generation via Gasifaction of Biomass, Gas Cleaning, and Fuel Gas Upgrading / de Jong, W. / Carbon Dioxide-Selective Facilitated Transport Membranes for Hydrogen Purification / Bai, He, Current address. Environmental Quality Drivers for Ultra-Clean Transportation Fuels Notes: 1 The Enhanced Ultra-Clean Transportation Fuels Initiative supports the Nation’s movement to accelerate Clean Air Act Requirements as they relate to the domestic transportation industry. 2 Initial industry assumption. UCTF “Initiative” based on industry assumption. Desulphurisation of the World's Fuels. FIND OUT MORE Ultraclean Fuel is dedicated to providing a service for the removal of sulphur from transport fuels, using the most energy efficient and environmentally responsible approach.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Ultraclean transportation fuels in . These processes will enable the production of ultra-clean transportation fuels, that improve the environment, while also expanding and diversifying the fossil resource base. This solicitation represents a major step toward creating a comprehensive DOE Fossil Energy Ultra-Clean Transportation Fuels Initiative Petroleum, Natural Gas and Coal. Implementations of these technologies in developed nations result in a significant reduction in sulfur and nitrate emissions. 2 Chapters 5 and 6 of this book are focused on biomass processing for production of ultraclean fuels, Chapters 7 and 8 are on CO 2 separation & conversion, and Chapter 9 is focused on hydrogen production for the aforementioned processes. to ultra-clean transportation fuels can be determined. Approach. The work to be performed during this effort is divided into two budget periods. Budget Period 1. includes project initiation and HyMelt ® testing at atmospheric pressure. Budget Period 2 includes HyMelt ® testing at elevated pressure and evaluating commercial-scale HyMelt ®.