Experiments for an upgraded liquid oil production via fast co-pyrolysis of bamboo residual and waste tire over two catalytic beds of CaO and HZSM-5 were conducted, and the effect of CaO to HZSM-5 mass ratio on pyrolytic products distribution was investigated and analyzed. Furthermore, a novel modification method for enhancing the catalytic performance of HZSM-5 by an integrated alkali treatment and hydrothermal process was carried out, and the influence of co-modified HZSM-5 on products distribution was also studied. Experimental results revealed that the catalytic fast co-pyrolysis of bamboo residual and waste tire increased the relative contents of aromatics and olefins. Simultaneously, a use of dual catalytic stage of CaO and HZSM-5 further facilitated the relative contents of aromatics and olefins significantly, and inhibited the formation of undesirables like acids. A maximum yield of hydrocarbons could be reached at HZSM-5 to CaO mass ratio of 3:2. Furthermore, the co-modified HZSM-5 promoted the relative contents of aromatics and olefins compared with the fresh ones, which showed great promise for upgrading the quality of liquid oil.
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The authors are grateful for the National Key Basic Research Program of China (973 Program) (No. 2013CB228106), the Scientific Research Foundation of Graduate School of Southeast University (YBJJ1646), the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities, as well as Scientific Innovation Research Program of College Graduate in Jiangsu Province (KYLX16_0204).
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- Bamboo residual
- Catalytic fast co-pyrolysis
- Dual catalytic stage
- Upgraded liquid oil production
- Waste tire