The concept of electron-beam non-waste recycling renewable non-food plant material into components of motor fuel
The concept of electron-beam non-waste recycling renewable non-food plant material into components of motor fuel and heavy organic semi- chemicals, consisting in the destruction of ligno-cellulosic materials under electron radiation dose rate 1-6 kGr / s and the radiative heating has been developed. The optimal circulation processing mode, which provides about 75% conversion of plant material in anhydrous liquid motor fuel with the yield of more than 15 kg / kW × h has been found. The synergistic effect of increasing of the organic liquid yield from mixtures of vegetal and synthetic polymers, which opens up the prospect of recycling plastic waste and obtaining useful products.
Head of the Laboratory of Radiation Chemistry, Prof. Igor E. Makarov