Investigation of isomerisation of light naphtha fractions

Zsolt Szoboszlai, György Pölczmann, J. Hancsók

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In our experimental work the transformability of C6 cycloparaffin components containing typically hydrocarbon mixtures with high n-paraffin and/or cycloparaffin concentration as well as industrial like light naphtha fractions convertible and the kinetic investigation of individual "key" hydrocarbons effect among and on each other in binary mixtures - applying parameters similar to industrial conditions - and also the further applicability of the results were studied. Experiments were carried out on Pt/sulfated-zirconia catalyst at 150-200 °C temperature, 12-30 bar total pressure, 1:1-2:1 H2-hydrocarbon molar ratio, 1.0-4.0 h-1 liquid hourly space velocity in the laboratory scale reactor system for the kinetic investigation of individual hydrocarbons and binary mixtures. The reaction rate, reaction order and apparent activation energies of the individual hydrocarbons were studied as well as in its binary mixtures the change of the individual hydrocarbons reaction rate and the apparent activation energies. Isomerization of individual cycloparaffins and cycloparaffin rich light naphtha fraction was also studied.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1003-1008
Number of pages6
JournalChemical Engineering Transactions
Volume29
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Isomerization
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Binary mixtures
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Activation energy
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Paraffin
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naphtha
Catalysts
Liquids
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Investigation of isomerisation of light naphtha fractions. / Szoboszlai, Zsolt; Pölczmann, György; Hancsók, J.

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Szoboszlai, Zsolt ; Pölczmann, György ; Hancsók, J. / Investigation of isomerisation of light naphtha fractions. In: Chemical Engineering Transactions. 2012 ; Vol. 29. pp. 1003-1008.
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