Man Vir Singh
Catalytic conversions of waste high-density polyethylene plastics into renewable fuel/petrochemicals were carried out using a cobalt carbonate (CaCO3) catalysts by a pyrolysis-catalytic cracking process. Renewable fuel can be used as the different purpose of energy-source like petrol/diesel engines. Renewable hydrocarbons fuel were characterized by 2D-GC×GC/TOFMS, FT-IR spectroscopy, ICP, 1H NMR spectroscopy, CHNS/O analyzer and its results found absolutely good hydrocarbon compounds as (petrochemicals obtained from waste high-density polyethylene). Conversion rates of four experiments as waste high-density polyethylene into renewable hydrocarbons fuel was found 79%, 82%, 84%, 91 %, light gases 20.50%, 17.55%, 15.65%, 8.59%, residues 0.50%, 0.49%, 0.35%, 0.41. Keywords:- Waste high-density polyethylene, Renewable Hydrocarbons Fuel, Pyrolysis process, CoCO3 Catalyst.
Published Date: 2021-05-24; Received Date: 2020-09-10