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CO-HTL4BIO-OIL (CoBiol brand name)

Goal: CO-HTL4BIO-OIL project is admittedly an ambitious project and aims to address the research questions “What kind of FUTURE do we want for WORLD?” and “What kind of WORLD do we want for FUTURE?”. To discover more about CoBiol’s work packages and help us to develop a greener and resilient world for tomorrow with affordable water, food, and energy for everyone; you are highly welcome to visit & follow our LinkedIn page

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Date: 1 March 2021 - 1 March 2023

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With the static #global growth 🌏 of the #biomass-derived #fuel #supplychain, coupled with their inclusion in the long-term #decarbonization of many transport enterprises, the sector still addresses the following #questions: are the emerging technologies assessing the #sustainability and #scalability of biofuels? and if so, what are the #challenges in the implementation of the future global #energy#water#climate #nexus? Despite #hydrothermal #liquefaction (HTL) being a competitive technology and apart from #crudeoil as the target product, the major challenge limiting the economic viability and technical scalability of the HTL-related process is the safe disposal of generated by-products, including nearly 25 wt.% to 50 wt.% post-hydrothermal #aqueous #phase (HTL-AP 💧) and 5 wt.% to 20 wt.% solid #hydrochar residues (HCs). #Integrating #adsorbents such as commercially #activatedcarbon and #zeolites can be a potential step to the removal of xenobiotic and recalcitrant #organic and #nutrient compounds from HTL-AP. However, these expensive adsorbents require a substitute for adsorption sustainability. Solid HCs, which are generated from HTL with carbon as the major element, can be used as low-cost adsorbents. However, its #porosity of 0.058–0.082 cm3/g and BET-specific surface area of 1.56–17 m2/g remain comparatively low because of the formation and condensation of hydrocarbons on the surface, thereby clogging pores and reducing its #adsorption capacity. To the best of our knowledge, existing HTL studies have well-characterized crude bio-oils but have not focused on hydrochar except for primary details such as yield and ultimate analysis. Furthermore, the use of HTL hydrochar as an alternative low cost for #commercial adsorbents and #wastewater #remediation purposes is very less explored in comparison to pyrolytic char. Hence, the focus of our just available online accepted article is to contribute to the knowledge development of these #gaps. Enjoy reading and #share the Link 😊!  📌 📊: https://lnkd.in/eUaFjzkv
 
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Link to share and read the paper: https://lnkd.in/eUaFjzkv
 
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We are committed to leading CoBiol work packages within sustainability, and this commitment is anchored by actively supporting and following the EU missions as well as the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our targets provide contributions to Goals 12 (responsible consumption and production) and 7 (affordable and clean energy). Similarly, Goal 6 (clean water and sanitation) is closely related to the purification of the HTL aqueous phase, while Goal 13 (climate action) emphasizes the target of reducing net greenhouse gas emissions. You are highly welcome to visit & follow our website and LinkedIn page: https://www.cobiol.eu/ https://www.linkedin.com/posts/cobiol_cobiol-activity-6878589922933059584-vTJM
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Today I have the honor to push the launch button for the CoBiol website 👉🏻 https://www.cobiol.eu created by Fatma Marrakchi. Check it out and subscribe to our newsletters! We cannot wait to hear what do you think? Here are some additional highlights for you to explore:
About cobiol: Why do we exist? Take part: How to get involved and engaged? Get inspired : How we will act on our goals? Trends and talks: What are our resources? Get in touch: Who makes CoBiol possible?
We are equally inviting you to complete the survey 👉🏻 https://lnkd.in/eaFfchHb to share your inputs and experiences on which we are seeking perspective to better fulfill our mission 🎯. Attendees to the survey will receive the final survey results after completion. We guarantee that this website will provide you with CO-HTL4BIO-OIL activities, results, and resources, including our blogs and news. If you have any feedback that you would like to share with us, then please Get in Touch or connect with us through “LinkedIn”. Enjoy!
Posted by Thomas Helmer Pedersen on March 9, 2022
 
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It is the second year from the start of CO-HTL4BIO-OIL project 🙌🏻 and I am delighted to officially announce the website launch 🚀 this Wednesday, 9 March 2022 at 🕥 DK time. To explore the site, we are so excited to share:
2. The available URL 👉🏻 https://www.cobiol.eu/
We hope you find it easy to access information, more #userfriendly on its both desktop💻 & mobile 📱 designs. We also wish to establish this portal as a dissemination source of project work packages activities, results, and resources. Stay tuned ⏳!
 
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CO-HTL4BIO-OIL project is admittedly an ambitious project and aims to address the research questions “What kind of FUTURE do we want for WORLD?” and “What kind of WORLD do we want for FUTURE?”. To discover more about CoBiol’s work packages and help us to develop a greener and resilient world for tomorrow with affordable water, food, and energy for everyone; you are highly welcome to visit & follow our LinkedIn page