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Homogeneous catalytic hydrocracking processes for conversion of coal to liquid fuels

SRI International

Homogeneous catalytic hydrocracking processes for conversion of coal to liquid fuels

basic and exploratory research

by SRI International

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Published by Dept. of Energy in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal liquefaction,
  • Catalytic cracking

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesFE ; 2202-51
    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Energy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14879029M

      Research in producing liquid fuels and chemicals from waste plastics has been a focus for about 20 years. Traditional thermal and catalytic-hydrocracking processes can be applied to transform plastic wastes into liquid hydrocarbons. Synthetic fuel or synfuel is a liquid fuel, or sometimes gaseous fuel, obtained from syngas, a mixture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen, in which the syngas was derived from gasification of solid feedstocks such as coal or biomass or by reforming of natural gas.. Common ways for refining synthetic fuels include the Fischer–Tropsch conversion, methanol to gasoline conversion, or direct coal. Hydrocracking And Fluidized Catalytic Cracking - posted in Refining, Hydrocarbons, Oil, and Gas: Dear friends I have one fundamental question which iam not aware of. Kindly provide me your valuable answers Both hydrocracking and FCC cracking is catalytic cracking which needs energy to break the large hydrocarbon molecule. Whereas Hydrocracking is highly exothermic in contrast to FCC which is.


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Homogeneous catalytic hydrocracking processes for conversion of coal to liquid fuels by SRI International Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Homogeneous catalytic hydrocracking processes for conversion of coal to liquid fuels: basic and exploratory research. [SRI International.; United States.

Department of Energy.]. Research in the field of catalytic reduction of carbon dioxide to liquid fuels has grown rapidly in the past few decades.

This is due to the increasing amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and a steady climb in global fuel demand. This tutorial review will present much of the significant work that has been done in the field of electrocatalytic and homogeneous reduction of carbon dioxide.

The interest in hydrocracking has been attributed to the increasing demand for light and middle distillates, the availability of byproduct hydrogen in large quantities from catalytic reforming, and the environmental regulations limiting sulfur and aromatic hydrocarbons in motor fuels [5].

The advantages of hydrocracking include its ability to. For hydrocracking processes, coke formation can be suppressed in hydrogen rich atmosphere, and therefore, catalytic life time can be prolonged with high catalytic activity.

Hydrocracking catalyst performance can be controlled by types of supports, composition, Cited by:   Catalysis in Coal Conversion tells of the advances in catalysis and related fields in order to suggest decisive contributions towards finding solutions for the catalytic problems of coal conversion.

The book also details the preparation, mode of action, and behavior of various catalysts. The book is divided into three major parts, the first of Book Edition: 1. Direct coal liquefaction (DCL) converts solid coal (H/C ratio z ) to liquid fuels (H/C ratio z 2) by adding hydrogen at high temperature and pressures in the presence or absence of catalyst.

Hydrocracking is essentially the combination of two processes: hydrogenation and cracking. Therefore, hydrocracking utilizes a bifunctional catalyst. The catalysts (highly active noble metals used for hydrogenation e.g. Pt and Pd) used in hydrocracking are very susceptible to poisoning and great care must be taken to remove sulfur from the.

Studies on processes and catalytic cracking are quite important under this aspect. higher pressures over 15 MPa at K were more influential in accelerating the VR conversion into liquid. Developed processes for conversion of biomass to fuels Apart from burning wood as a source of heat, biomass-derived alcohols and oils have been used as liquid energy sources since BC Alcohols have been used as transportation fuels since the invention of the internal combustion engine in.

@article{osti_, title = {Chemistry of catalytic hydrocarbon conversions}, author = {Pines, H.}, abstractNote = {The catalytic conversion of hydrocarbons is used for the production of both high octane gasoline and petrochemicals.

The chapters are arranged according to the type of catalyst used in the various reactions. Chapters cover: acid-catalyzed reactions, base-catalyzed reactions. Introduction. The varying prices of crude oil, the politics of crude oil, and other variable economic factors have led to a strong interest in the production of liquid fuels from coal, natural gas, and biomass (Hu et al.,Speight,Speight, a, Speight, b).The technology to produce fuels from such sources is varied, but a tried and true technology involves the so-called Cited Homogeneous catalytic hydrocracking processes for conversion of coal to liquid fuels book 1.

FISCHER-TROPSCH lNDIRECT COAL LIQUEFACTION DESlGNlECONOMlCS - MILD HYDROCRACKING VS. FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING Gerald N. Choi, Sheldon J.

Kramer and Samuel S. Tam (Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco, CA) Joseph M. Fox (Consultant) William J. Reagan (Amoco Oil Company, Naperville.

IL)File Size: KB. This lead to the introduction of catalytic cracking. Most catalytic conversion processes were developed right before and during Second World War for making higher quantities of better fuels with higher octane numbers.

In catalytic cracking the reactive species are carbo cations that are produced on catalyst surfaces. Industrially important are liquid and solid catalysts. It is worth to mention that around 75% of all chemicals are produced in processes employing catalysts. For example the production of synthetic fibers, plastics, pharmaceutics, agents, resins, crop-protection, and pigments required catalytic processes.

Moreover in such technologiesFile Size: KB. Purchase Catalytic Hydrogenation, Volume 27 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Paperback: pages Publisher: Academic Press (Novem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Product Dimensions: 6 x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds (View shipping rates and policies) Customer Reviews: Be the first to review this itemCited by: Indirect coal liquefaction (ICL) processes operate in two stages.

In the first stage, coal is converted into syngas (a purified mixture of CO and H 2 gas). In the second stage, the syngas is converted into light hydrocarbons using one of three main processes: Fischer–Tropsch synthesis, methanol synthesis with subsequent conversion to gasoline or petrochemicals, and methanation.

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Concerns about the depletion of fossil fuel reserves and the pollution caused by continuously increasing energy demands make hydrogen an attractive alternative energy source.

Hydrogen is currently. Chapter 9 Kinetic Model of the Chemical and Catalytic Recycling of Waste Polyethylene into Fuels (pages –): Norbert Miskolczi Chapter 10 Production of Gaseous and Liquid Fuels by Pyrolysis and Gasification of Plastics: Technological Approach (pages –): C.

Gisele Jung and Andre Fontana. Title:An Overview of Bio-oil Upgrading with High Hydrogen-containing Feedstocks to Produce Transportation Fuels: Chemistry, Catalysts, and Engineering VOLUME: 23 ISSUE: 7 Author(s):Bing Wang, Rui Xiao* and Huiyan Zhang* Affiliation:Key Laboratory of Energy Thermal Conversion and Control, Ministry of Education, School of Energy and Environment, Southeast University, Nanjing Author: Bing Wang, Rui Xiao, Huiyan Zhang.

Hydrogenation – meaning, to treat with hydrogen – is a chemical reaction between molecular hydrogen (H 2) and another compound or element, usually in the presence of a catalyst such as nickel, palladium or process is commonly employed to reduce or saturate organic enation typically constitutes the addition of pairs of hydrogen atoms to a molecule, often an ock: Unsaturated substrates and hydrogen or.

The catalytic hydrogenation of liquid unsaturated hydrocarbons by reacting them with gaseous hydrogen (H 2) to produce liquid saturated hydrocarbons uses metals like platinum (Pt) and palladium (Pd) as the catalyst. This is an example of three-phase catalysis, the catalyst being a solid and one of the reactants being a gas while another.

A new approach for studying complex feedstock conversion with a hydrocracking catalyst is proposed in this work. The reaction was carried out in a batch reactor. Vapor and liquid samples were taken at different reaction times, both at operating conditions and after cooling to room temperature.

Two-dimensional gas chromatography was used to characterize in detail the composition of condensed Cited by: 3. biofuels via thermochemical conversion: biomass is first gasified to synthesis gas, a mixture of mainly H 2 and CO; synthesis gas can then be catalytically converted to different fuels.

This work summarizes six publications, which are focused on the synthesis gas conversion step. Two processes are principally examined in this summary. In view of the foregoing, it is an object of the present invention to provide a hydrocarbon conversion process, including a catalytic hydrocracking step, capable of producing high yields of valuable fuel products, including jet fuels, from hydrocarbon feedstocks boiling in the range ° to 1,° F.

and containing substantial quantities of. New and more stringent environmental legislation is expected to have a major impact on the refining industry. Reformulated gasoline which is currently being introduced into parts of the United States is an example of the shift towards “cleaner” burning fuels.

To achieve future government specifications for such fuels significant changes will likely be required in refinery operations to Cited by: an attractive and promising source of energy.

The conversion of biomass to biofuel has resulted in the production of liquid and gaseous fuels that can be used for different means methods such as thermochemical and biological processes.

Thermochemical more useful biofuel. Catalytic processes are increasingly applied in biofuel development. Summary. The catalytic cracking activity of mesoporous materials for the production of biofuel from fatty acid mixture is reported.

AlMCM synthesized was ion-exchanged with calcium ions and this material showed better hydrothermal stability but was less selective in the yield of gasoline by: Given the high content of AAEM in some biomass fuels, sulfur capture by these metals could be an added advantage of co-conversion of coal and biomass based fuels.

Lu et al. [ ] found that blending municipal solid waste (MSW) with coal during co-combustion significantly reduced SO Cited by: Heterogeneous Catalysis and Solid Catalysts OLAF DEUTSCHMANN, Institut f€ur Technische Chemie und Polymerchemie, Universit €at Karlsruhe (TH), Enges- serstr.

20, Karlsruhe, Germany HELMUT KNOZINGER€, Department Chemie, Universit€at M €unchen, Butenandtstr. 5 – 13 (Haus E), M €unchen, Germany KARL KOCHLOEFL, Schwarzenbergstr.

15, Rosenheim, Germany - requires the mining of 50% more coal - could also add 50% more carbon dioxide to the atmosphere - lower net energy yield and cost more to produce per unit of energy than does coal production - takes large amount of water to produce Pro - large potential supply in many countries - lower air pollution than coal - vehicle fuel.

Catalytic Conversion of Biomass to Monofunctional Hydrocarbons and Targeted Liquid-Fuel Classes Edward L. Kunkes, Dante A. Simonetti, Ryan M. West, Juan Carlos Serrano-Ruiz, Christian A. Gärtner, James A. Dumesic* It is imperative to develop more efficient processes for conversion of.

basis, 1 coal liquefaction yields about twice the greenhouse gas emissions produced by petroleum-based gasoline when the carbon dioxide (CO 2) is vented to the ing this CO 2 and geologically storing it underground—a process frequently referred to as carbon capture and storage, or CCS—is therefore a requirement for production of coal-based liquid fuels in a carbon.

UNESCO – EOLSS SAMPLE CHAPTERS CHEMICAL ENGINEEERING AND CHEMICAL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY – Vol. III - Catalytic Reactors: A Review - V. Jayaraman and B. Kulkarni ©Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS) The decade of the s saw widespread use of catalytic reactors in several industrialFile Size: KB.

Contents Contributors Series Preface Preface About the Editors INTRODUCTION Introduction to Feedstock Recycling of Plastics A. Buekens Introduction Nomenclature Pyrolysis of plastics and rubber Survey of Previous Work Products from Polymers Hetero-atoms and Side Products Fundamentals Value of the resulting products Feedstock Recycling Survey Problems with Hetero-atoms Collection Systems.

New Process Development of Natural Gas Conversion Technology to Liquid Fuels via OCM Reaction. Shinichi Suzuki; Tomoyoshi Sasaki; Hydrocracking Reactivities of Primary Coal Extracts Prepared in a Flowing-Solvent Reactor.

Sheng-Fu Zhang; Energy & Fuels Fossil fuels (petroleum, natural gas, and coal) supply most of the energy consumed worldwide.

According to recent data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration [], 80% of the energy consumed worldwide in was obtained from fossil fuels, and this share is expected to decrease only slightly (70%) by This dependence is even more drastic for the transportation sector, which relies.

A part from the traditional coking route, concerted efforts are being made to obtain various chemicals by other coal conversion processes, such as direct hydrogenation or solvent extraction of coal followed by cracking, hydrotreating or hydrocracking of the products and by synthesis of hydrocarbons via synthesis gas produced by coal gasification.

These two liquefaction processes being developed by the National Coal Board offer the prospect of an efficient production of transport fuels from coal. Test results from small pilot plant indicate yields, based on daf coal to liquefaction, of 14% gasoline and 35% diesel fuel.

a technology that converts dry coal into a liquid fuel to replace diesel and jet fuels. There are multiple methods, but the process proposed for use in the US would first use heat and pressure to gasify the coal, then cool the gas to form a liquid—an energy-intensive process.Cracking mechanism of higher hydrocarbons (Fuel & Combustion).

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