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Upgrading of Bio-Oil Using Ammonia
Reference #: 01619 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Upgrading of Bio-Oil derived from Biomass Using Ammonia Background: Upgrading biomass to bio-coal produces bio-oil- a mixture of carbon-based compounds and water. Due to the water, the bio-oil is economically difficult to transport and difficult to burn, and...
Published: 8/8/2023   |   Inventor(s): Michael Royko, Samuel Drummond, Jochen Lauterbach
Keywords(s): ammonia bubbling, ammonia scrubbing, bio-fuel production, bio-oil separation, Bio-Oil upgrading
Category(s): Environmental and Sustainability, Energy
Thermoplastic composite utilizing torrefied biomass
Reference #: 01515 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Thermoplastic composite utilizing torrefied biomass Background: This invention solves two primary problems. First, it provides a use for waste forestry and agricultural biomass, which currently do not have attractive commercial uses resulting in forest fires...
Published: 9/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jochen Lauterbach, Michael Royko
Keywords(s): Biodegradeable Plastics, Biomass Torrefaction, Biomass Upgrading, Green Chemistry, Sustainable Plastic Production
Category(s): Advanced Materials, Engineering and Physical Sciences, Environmental and Sustainability
Steel Mesh Based Catalyst With Superior Mechanical Stability / Magnetic Separability
Reference #: 01440 The University of South Carolina is offering licensing opportunities for Steel mesh-based catalysts with superior mechanical stability and magnetic separability. Background: Torrefaction is a thermal process to convert biomass into a coal-like material, which has better fuel characteristics than the original biomass. During the...
Published: 9/4/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jochen Lauterbach, Michael Royko
Keywords(s): Biomass Torrefaction, Biomass Upgrading, Carbon Monoxide Emissions, Heterogeneous Catalysis, Magnetic Catalyst, Magnetic Separability, Water-Gas Shift
Category(s): Engineering and Physical Sciences
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