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Conversion of triglycerides to fuel hydrocarbons over a Pt–Pd–Al–HMS catalyst

Petroleum Chemistry. 2016. Vol. 56. No. 9. P. 836-840.
Kulikov A., Onishchenko M., Sizova I., Maksimov A., Lysenko S., Karakhanov E. A.

The hydroconversion of rapeseed oil fatty acid triglycerides (TGs) over a mesoporous platinum–palladium aluminosilicate catalyst has been studied. It has been shown that, in a temperature range of 250–375°C at a hydrogen pressure of 60 atm, the TGs undergo complete deoxygenation and the resulting products undergo isomerization. Under optimum process conditions, the diesel fraction yield is 94%. The resulting fraction can be used as an environmentally safe fuel component.