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The Study of Ferrate Applied Oxidative Desulfurization Process on the Utilization of Pyrolysis Oil from Waste Tires
|上傳時間: ||2012-01-03 13:57:47 (UTC+8)|
In response to the resulting exhaustion of fossil fuel energy, many countries around the world are investigating methods of waste energy recovery and reuse, including oil recovery from the pyrolysis process of waste tires. This study investigates the efficiency of an ferrate-applied oxidative desulfurization (FAOD) process in sulfur reduction from diesel oil and the pyrolysis oil from waste tires treatment. This project is based on the ideal of wasted tires recycle and reuse as new energy, which is base on different research objects in three years. In the first year, the aim of the research will focus on the optimization of various conditions for organic sulfur compounds removal under FAOD technology, including ferrate concentration, phase transfer agent amount, and acceleration from ultrasound or mixing power. In the second year, different oils will be executed under the optima desulfurization condition combined with solid adsorption, where the best desulfurization efficiency for pyrolysis oil will be carefully examined. In the third year, the continue FAOD will be designed under the treatment capacity of 24L/hour, where the optima desulfurization conditions will be also examined. Finally, a cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is used to directly measure both the overall relationship between the benefits and the costs, and the distribution of those benefits and costs, and commonly implemented with costs and benefits being measured in units of money, which is also a comprehensive economic analysis to support decision-making. Therefore, this project could achieve the goal of pyrolysis oil reuse under ferrate oxidation combined with solid adsorption to ennsure the sustainable development of energy reource.
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