Experience in operation of the revamped cat cracker in the GK-3 complex

Elshin, A.; Solyar, B.; Glazov, L.; Liberzon, I.; Moiseev, V.; Kuks, I.; Kuzora, I.; Sergeev, D.; Sidorov, I.; Zarubin, V.; Gribok, A.
March 2008
Chemistry & Technology of Fuels & Oils;Mar2008, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p92
Academic Journal
The results of operation of the cat cracker after revamping with introduction of cracking technology in a once-through reactor in two basic regimes: “mild”-for maximum refining of light petroleum products at a low cracking temperature, and “severe”-for refining naphtha with high octane characteristics at a high cracking temperature.


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