Fischer-Tropsch process - Definition, glossary, details
The Fischer-Tropsch process is a set of chemical reactions that convert a
mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen into liquid hydrocarbons. It is a key
component of gas-to-liquids technology. The F-T process has gained attention
due to its ability to produce low sulphur diesel fuel.
This reaction operating at high pressure would result in higher
conversion rates and also favours formation of long-chained alkanes both of
which are desirable.
|Fossil Fuels||Flue Gas||Fuel Cell|
|Fluidized Bed Combustion||Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD)||Flooding|