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Deactivation of hydrotreating catalysts by coal-derived organometallics

Clarence Karr

Deactivation of hydrotreating catalysts by coal-derived organometallics

by Clarence Karr

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Published by Dept. of Energy, Morgantown Energy Technology Center, for sale by the National Technical Information Center] in Morgantown, W.Va, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hydrogenation,
  • Catalysts,
  • Organometallic compounds,
  • Coal liquefaction

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clarence Karr, Jr., and Kenneth B. McCaskill
    SeriesMETC/RI ; 79/1
    ContributionsMcCaskill, Kenneth B., joint author, Morgantown Energy Technology Center
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 30 p. ;
    Number of Pages30
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14880849M

    The effect of oxygen-containing model compounds on the deactivation in the hydrodenitrogenation (HDN) activity of NiMo catalyst in hydrotreating a subbituminous coal-derived kerosine oil was in.   Purchase Catalyst Deactivation , Volume - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.

    TMS is a conventional class of catalyst in the hydrodesulfurization (HDS) process used in oil refineries for removing sulfur compounds by reacting with hydrogen gas and releasing sulfur as hydrogen sulfide (H2 S). Sulfided CoMo/Al 2 O 3 and NiMo/Al 2 O 3 catalysts are commercial catalysts commonly used in HDS. Modeling the deactivation of heavy oil hydrotreating catalyst was carried out by using a pore plugging model. Experimental data were obtained at constant temperature of .

    In this paper, the phenomena occuring in catalysts used to hydrocrack petroleum residua are discussed. Reaction sites are provided by the catalyst sulphide phase (Mo is the majority cation) and by the catalyst oxide phase (Al is the majority cation). The influence of the promoter cations (typically Co or Ni) is also : Marten Ternan, R. H. Packwood. Organometallic Modeling of the Hydrodesulfurization and Hydrodenitrogenation Reactions; spent hydrotreating catalysts contain metal sulfides and coke, and may have additional contaminants that.


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Deactivation of hydrotreating catalysts by coal-derived organometallics by Clarence Karr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Deactivation of hydrotreating catalysts by coal-derived organometallics. [Clarence Karr; Kenneth B McCaskill; Morgantown Energy Technology Center.]. Deactivation Analysis of Industrial Spent Catalysts Applied to Lube Oil Hydrotreating in a Pilot Plant.

Chemical Engineering & TechnologyDOI: /ceat Pablo Torres-Mancera, Jorge Ancheyta, Jeremías by: They then accumulate as metal sulfides on the pore mouth of the catalyst and block the entrance of the reactants.

This causes deactivation of a catalyst by plugging the catalyst’s pore mouth. This deactivation is particularly observed for a catalyst Cited by: 1. Deactivation of Molybdenum Catalysts by Metal and Carbonaceous Deposits During the Hydrotreating of Coal-Derived Liquids and Heavy Petroleums.

, DOI: /S(09) Hiromichi Shimada, Minoru Kurita, Toshio Sato, Yuji Yoshimura, Yoshinori Kobayashi, Akio by: This book provides much information of interest to anyone working in the petroleum industry or studying catalyst preparation and characterization in industrial or university laboratories.

It contains both review articles and papers reporting progress concerning hydrotreating catalysts which together provide an up-to-date picture of this interesting field. deactivation of reforming catalysts Catalyst Deactivation in Adiabatic Prereforming: Experimental Methods and Models for Prediction of Performance Thomas S.

Christensen. (Keywords: catalyst; metal deposition; hydrotreatment) Molybdate catalysts used in hydrotreating processes are subject to catalytic deactivation. Rapid deactivation in the initial period, decreasing in the intermediate period followed by dramatically rapid deactivation at the end of the run1'2 were generally by:   Purchase Catalysts in Petroleum RefiningVolume 53 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. A comparison of the resistance to deactivation of NiMo hydroprocessing catalysts supported on alumina, carbon and carbon-covered alumina in gas oil and model compound reactions (P.M.

Boorman, K. Chong, R.A. Kydd). Surface organometallic chemistry Book Edition: 1. Elucidation of the catalyst deactivation causes during hydrotreating petroleum fractions is one of the most important issues to improve the catalytic performances in petroleum refining processes.

In general, the deactivation causes have been considered to be the accumulation of carbonaceous and metallic deposition and the structural changes of the catalyst components Cited by: This is the first book to provide a review and analysis of the literature (journal and patent) on the catalysis needed to refine syncrude to transportation fuels.

It specifically highlights the impact of oxygenates and how oxygenates affect selectivity and deactivation. This aspect is also related to the refining of biomass derived liquids. Research on catalyst deactivation has been concerned with three generally distinguishable areas: (1) investigation of the fundamental mechanisms and the kinetics of deactivation processes, (2) determination of deactivation rates in particulate catalysts, and (3) study of deactivation effects on the operation of real reactor systems.

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Effect of H 2 S and NH 3 on Aromatics Hydrogenation Over Sulfided Pt and NiMo Based Hydrotreating Catalysts S. Mignard; N. Marchal Evolution of the Active Phase During the Deactivation and Regeneration of Sulfidic Hydrotreating Catalysts Structural Stability of Binary Sulfide Catalysts During the Hydrotreating of Coal‐Derived Liquids.

This book also: Covers fundamentals of catalytic processes, including chemistry, catalyst preparation, properties and reaction engineering. Addresses heterogeneous catalytic processes employed by industry. Provides detailed data on existing catalysts and catalytic reactions, process design and chemical engineering.

Covers catalysts used in fuel. A deactivation study during hydroprocessing of Maya heavy crude oil is reported. Experiments were carried out in fixed-bed pilot plant at the following constant operating conditions: pressure of 70 Kg/cm2, Hydrogen-to-oil ratio of ft3/bbl, space velocity of h-1, and reaction temperature of °C.

Deactivation of catalyst was followed by monitoring the Cited by: These processes represent some of the most important catalytic processes and the annual sales of hydrotreating catalysts represent close to 10% of the total world market for catalysts.

Dedicated to Dr. Haldor Topsøe on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Purchase Catalyst DeactivationVolume 34 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Catalyst deactivation in the form of coking, during the hydrodechlorination of 1,2-dichloropropane (12DCP) over Pt-Cu/C catalysts, has been investigated with a novel microbalance-TEOM.

The amount of coke deposition on both fresh and spent catalysts has been continuously measured. China is one of the largest coal producers in the world and abundant coal tar is produced from coal gasification and carbonization every year.

Thus, catalytic hydrotreating coal tar for the production of clean fuel has received substantial attention. In this work, clean liquid fuel was obtained from the catalytic hydrogenation of a low temperature coal tar (LTCT) distillate in a Cited by: 5. Hydrogenation catalysts add H2 to the double bond of an alkene to give alkanes.

We will look at two types, defined according to how they activate the H2 molecule. (i) Oxidative addition Wilkinson's Catalyst [RhCl(PPh3)3] is the best known of this or any type of hydrogenation catalyst. The activation of H2 is accomplished by its.Regeneration of the catalysts showed that the changes in the active site structure as well as metal and carbonaceous deposits decrease the catalyst activity.

Based on the insight gained into the deactivation of these catalysts, new types of catalysts were designed and tested for hydrotreating coal-derived by: Organometallics and Catalysis Manfred Bochmann.

Strikes the right balance between breadth and depth; Written by an experienced educator, researcher and author to provide a uniformly authoritative yet easy-to-digest resource; Custom-drawn art helps students visualize even the most challenging of concepts.