Technical Proceedings of the 2010 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2010

Chapter 3: Bio Energy & Wind

Authors:
M.C. Kim, K.B. Lee
Affilation:
Cheongju University, KR
Pages:
159 - 162
Keywords:
diesel, waste disposal, catalytic dissociation, Mn-zeolite
Abstract:
The approach for catalytic dissociation of waste diaposal using various catalysts is presented. This approach includes two principal steps: a characterization of catalysts is used to determine the active site of prepared catalysts, and the performance of dissociation reaction is used to determine the yield for diesel. At the result, the highest yield for diesel oil(C13~C22) was obtained on the Mn-zeolite catalyst. Mn-zeolite consists of Mn2Al4Si5O18 and Na6MnAl4Si8O26 structures. Noble metal catalysts have good dissociation activity, and good yield for light oil (C5~C12), however, they have poor yield for diesel oil.
Diesel Production from Waste Disposal using Catalytic Dissociation on Mn-zeolite Catalyst
ISBN:
978-1-4398-3419-0
Pages:
482