Catalytic Cracking

Catalytic cracking is a chemical process that uses a catalyst to create new, smaller molecules from larger molecules to make gasoline and distillate fuels. The catalyst is a solid sand-like material that is made fluid by the hot vapour and liquid. The FCC uses the catalyst and heat to break apart the large molecules of gas oil into the smaller molecules that make up Gasoline, distillate, and other higher-value products like butane and propane. After the gas oil is cracked through contact with the catalyst, the resulting effluent is processed in fractionators, which separate the effluent based on various boiling points into several intermediate products, including butane and lighter hydrocarbons, gasoline, light gas oil, heavy gas oil, and clarified slurry oil.

The butane Also lighter hydrocarbons would transformed further with separate them under fuel gas (mostly methane and ethane), propane, propylene, butane, and butane for sale, or to further preparing alternately utilize. Those fcc gas must be desulfurized Furthermore improved When it might make mixed under done gasoline; those light gas oil will be desulfurized in front of mixing under done warming oil alternately diesel; and the overwhelming gas oil will be further broke Previously, whichever a hydrocracker  or a Coker. The slurry oil might be mixed with lingering fuel oil alternately further transformed in the Coker. Carbon will be kept on the catalyst throughout those cracking process. This carbon, known as catalyst coke, adheres of the catalyst, decreasing its capability with split that oil. Those coke on the used catalyst will be burned off, which reheats the catalysts will include heat of the FCC process. Recovery produces a flue gas that passes through environmental control equipment then released into the atmosphere.

  • The Mechanism of Catalytic Cracking
  • Fluid Catalytic Cracking
  • Catalytic Cracking of Non Hydro Treated Oil
  • Kinetic Modelling of Catalytic Cracking
  • Hydro Treating of Gasoline of Catalytic Cracking

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