HYDROPROCESSING OF HEAVY OILS AND RESIDUA PDF

We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Thermal hydrocracking and catalytic hydrocracking of heavy oil and model reactant have been carried out to investigate the effect of dispersed Mo catalyst on slurry-phase hydrocracking. Experimental data revealed that the conversion of feedstock oils and model reactant increased with the presence of catalyst, while the yields of light products gas, naphtha and heavy products vacuum residue, coke decreased, the yields of diesel and vacuum gas oil increased in the meantime.

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Hydroprocessing of Heavy Oils and Residua

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Hydroprocessing Of Heavy Oils And Residua (Chemical Industries)

With the increasing demand of petroleum-derived products due to the world population and development, upgrading of crude oil with heavier quality and petroleum residues is unavoidable. Hydroprocessing is a preferable process for heavy oil upgrading. The process is operated with the presence of a catalyst, and catalysis plays an important role in the process. An overview regarding the catalyst design such as the catalyst active metal, active phase, support properties, and catalyst structure for heavy oil hydroprocessing is provided. There also include some recent advancements related to catalytic hydroprocessing of heavy oils and residue processes. Further catalyst performance improvement will likely come from catalyst optimization and better catalyst deactivation resistance resulting from metal poisoning and coke formation.

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