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by R. Murray Gray


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converting heavy oils and residues into more valuable distillates. Series: Chemical Industries (Book 56).

This useful reference offers in-depth coverage of current techniques for converting heavy oils and residues into more valuable distillates. Examines the chemistry of heavy hydrocarbon feeds and their properties important to engineering design.

This useful reference offers in-depth coverage of current techniques for converting heavy oils and residues into more valuable distillates

This useful reference offers in-depth coverage of current techniques for converting heavy oils and residues into more valuable distillates. Examines the chemistry of heavy hydrocarbon feeds and their properties important to engineering design, including phase behavior, reaction kinetics, and thermodynamic and transport characteristics!"

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Heavy Oil and Residue Properties and Composition; Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Heavy Oil and Bitumen; Chemistry of Upgrading and Hydrotreating Reactions; Fundamentals of Kinetic Analysis of Upgrading Reactions; Residue Hydroconversion Processes; Thermal and Coking Processes; Fluid Catalytic Cracking of Residues; Hydrotreating of Cracked Products.

Upgrading petroleum residues and heavy oils. Consistency of asphaltene chemical structures with pyrolysis and coking behavior. Upgrading oilsands bitumen and heavy oil. MR Gray. University of Alberta, 2015. Supramolecular assembly model for aggregation of petroleum asphaltenes. MR Gray, RR Tykwinski, JM Stryker, X Tan. Energy & Fuels 25 (7), 3125-3134, 2011. Energy & Fuels 17 (6), 1566-1569, 2003. Role of chain reactions and olefin formation in cracking, hydroconversion, and coking of petroleum and bitumen fractions. MR Gray, WC McCaffrey. Energy & Fuels 16 (3), 756-766, 2002.

Chemical industries; 56. 34 . Environmental Properties of Heavy Oils and Residues 3. 3 Chemistry of Upgrading and Hydrotreating Reactions.

Chemical industries; 56). - Re. 20-338. 1 . Definition of Petroleum Residues, Heavy Oils, and. Bitumens. Physical Properties 34 . Environmental Properties of Heavy Oils and Residues 35. 2 Mutagenicity and carcinogenicity. 83 . Overall Objectives of Primary Upgrading. Thermal Reactions.

In view of the worsening quality of crude oil, the use of unconventional petroleum feedstocks (heavy oils, bitumens, residues, et. in processing is becoming increasingly important.

ISC potentially offers a partially upgraded crude oil product that sulfur and heavy metals are partially removed from the produced oil during combustion. However, low-temperature oxidation as a result of unsuitable design or execution of ICS can result in the generation of more viscous by-products Murray R. Gray. Hydrophobic fine solids can reduce the yield of toluene-insoluble coke in thermal cracking of heavy oils at short reaction times. In view of the worsening quality of crude oil, the use of unconventional petroleum feedstocks (heavy oils, bitumens, residues, et.

Heavy Oil and Residue Properties and Composition; Thermodynamic and Transport Properties of Heavy Oil and Bitumen; Chemistry of Upgrading and .

"This useful reference offers in-depth coverage of current techniques for converting heavy oils and residues into more valuable distillates.Examines the chemistry of heavy hydrocarbon feeds and their properties important to engineering design, including phase behavior, reaction kinetics, and thermodynamic and transport characteristics!"
Upgrading Petroleum Residues and Heavy Oils (Chemical Industries) download epub
Engineering
Author: R. Murray Gray
ISBN: 0824792114
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
Language: English
Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (April 19, 1994)
Pages: 368 pages