Fuels from Waste and Hydrogen : The HAW Hamburg Approach

Author(s): Sievers, Anika; Willner, Thomas
Title of the compilation: Mobility in a Globalised World 2019
Editors: Werner, Jan; Biethahn, Niels; Kolke, Reinhard; Sucky, Eric  ; Honekamp, Wilfried
Conference: 9. Mobility in a Globalised World-Konferenz, September 2019, Hamburg
Publisher Information: Bamberg : University of Bamberg Press
Year of publication: 2020
Pages: 291-304
ISBN: 978-3-86309-731-8
Language(s): English
DOI: 10.20378/irb-58566
Licence: Creative Commons - CC BY - Attribution 4.0 International 
The HAW Hamburg has developed an innovative reactive distillation technique, called READiTM process, in cooperation with the partner company Nexxoil. This process, a combination of non-catalytic thermal cracking and deoxygenation, of-fers the chance to convert a wide range of waste based raw materials into bio-oils. Characteristics of these bio-oils are low viscosity and low oxygen content. Due to that,
they can be processed into liquid hydrocarbons as a basis for drop-in fuel production with comparatively little effort by hydrotreating. In the current READ-iTM-PtL project such a two-step approach of READiTM process (1st step) and hy-drotreating (2nd step) is applied to use cooking oil (UCO). In this case, the inter-mediate bio-oil is called CVO (Cracked Vegetable Oil); the final hydrotreated product is called HCVO (Hydrotreated Cracked Vegetable Oil). Within this project a technical prototype plant with a capacity of 2 tons per week is to be built and operated.
GND Keywords: Biokraftstoff; Abfall; Erneuerbare Energien
Keywords: Advanced alternative fuels, renewable fuels, biofuels, waste-based fuels, solvolytic reactive distillation
DDC Classification: 650 Management & public relations  
RVK Classification: QR 800   
Type: Conferenceobject
URI: https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/58566
Release Date: 10. May 2023

File SizeFormat  
fisba58566.pdf727.16 kBPDFView/Open