By Michael C. Oballa, Stuart S. Shih
This paintings is predicated at the court cases of the yankee Institute of Chemical Engineers' Spring nationwide assembly in Houston, Texas, March 28 to April 1, 1993. It information a number of elements of residue upgrading and distillate hydrotreating, stressing the significance of selective catalysts in aromatics aid. New aromatics saturation approaches for the construction of very low-aromatic distillates are brought.
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40) have published data on the effects of catalyst deactivation on surface area, pore volume and mean pore diameter (see Table 2). From these data it is evident that surface areas and pore volumes decrease more than 50% and mean pore diameters decrease about 1520% over a run cycle. Only 1060% of the lost surface area and pore volume are restored during regeneration; less is recovered in the upper part of (or entrance to) the catalyst bed probably as a result of metals poisoning. Data based on N2 adsorption measurements from Beuther and coworkers (28) in Figure 10 provide a breakdown of surface area with pore radius for a resid hydrotreating catalyst, while Fig.
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