Forecasting the zeolite-containing catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology taking into account the feedstock composition

Elena Ivashkina, Galina Nazarova, Tatyana Shafran, Valeriya Stebeneva

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Abstract

The effect of the feedstock composition and the process conditions on the current catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology using a mathematical model is performed in this research. The mathematical model takes into account the catalyst deactivation by coke for primary and secondary cracking reactions. The investigation results have shown that the feedstock has significant effect on the yield and the content of coke on the catalyst. Thus, the relative catalyst activity is significantly reduced by 7.5-10.7 %. With increasing the catalytic cracking temperature due to the catalyst flow temperature rising, the coke content and the yield per feedstock increase and the catalyst activity decreases by 5.3-7.7%. Rising the process temperature together with the catalyst circulation ratio contributes to increase of the coke yield per feedstock in the catalytic cracking and decrease of the coke content on the catalyst. It is connected with the catalyst flow rising to the riser and the contact time decreasing in the reaction zone. Also, the catalyst activity decreases in the range of 3.8-5.5% relatively to the regenerated catalyst activity (83 %).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017
PublisherAmerican Institute of Physics Inc.
Volume1876
ISBN (Electronic)9780735415560
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 23 Aug 2017
EventOil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017 - Omsk, Russian Federation
Duration: 24 Apr 2017 → …

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ConferenceOil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017
CountryRussian Federation
CityOmsk
Period24.4.17 → …

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forecasting
catalysts
coke
mathematical models
risers
deactivation
temperature

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Ivashkina, E., Nazarova, G., Shafran, T., & Stebeneva, V. (2017). Forecasting the zeolite-containing catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology taking into account the feedstock composition. In Oil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017 (Vol. 1876). [020014] American Institute of Physics Inc.. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4998834

Forecasting the zeolite-containing catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology taking into account the feedstock composition. / Ivashkina, Elena; Nazarova, Galina; Shafran, Tatyana; Stebeneva, Valeriya.

Oil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017. Vol. 1876 American Institute of Physics Inc., 2017. 020014.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ivashkina, E, Nazarova, G, Shafran, T & Stebeneva, V 2017, Forecasting the zeolite-containing catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology taking into account the feedstock composition. in Oil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017. vol. 1876, 020014, American Institute of Physics Inc., Oil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017, Omsk, Russian Federation, 24.4.17. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4998834
Ivashkina E, Nazarova G, Shafran T, Stebeneva V. Forecasting the zeolite-containing catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology taking into account the feedstock composition. In Oil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017. Vol. 1876. American Institute of Physics Inc. 2017. 020014 https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4998834
Ivashkina, Elena ; Nazarova, Galina ; Shafran, Tatyana ; Stebeneva, Valeriya. / Forecasting the zeolite-containing catalyst activity in catalytic cracking technology taking into account the feedstock composition. Oil and Gas Engineering, OGE 2017. Vol. 1876 American Institute of Physics Inc., 2017.
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