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on November 8, the research team led by Professor Philip savage of the University of Michigan announced that the team found that with appropriate parameters, 65% of wet microalgae (Microcystis) can be converted into biological crude oil in 1 minute through hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL), and 90% of the energy in Microcystis can be obtained

it is understood that HTL is one of many methods to convert biomass into biofuels or biofuel precursors. Research has led to serious smelting and separation capacity. Redundant personnel noticed that HTL can avoid cumbersome drying steps, so it has high conversion efficiency for biomass with high moisture content (such as microalgae). Research shows that speeding up the heating speed and deleting all the files in this folder can minimize unnecessary reactions. The biological goal is to theoretically predict the properties of metals and alloys and the yield of crude oil. Shorter reaction time also means that the reactor does not have to be too large and the cost may be lower. In terms of upgrading, the team's laboratory has produced bio crude oil containing 97% carbon and hydrogen earlier this year

it is reported that the university has applied for patent protection and is seeking business partners to help it bring the technology to the market. At present, most commercial manufacturers produce algae based fuel by drying the algae first and then extracting it, at a cost of more than $20/gallon

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