MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CATALYTIC REFORMING SYSTEM.

K. Jakob, L. Józsa, G. Pecsvari, G. Tolvaj

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Abstract

A mathematical model and computer program was developed for simulation of catalytic reforming units. The model also can be applied for planning and optimizing purposes. The operation of the system consisting of preheaters, reactors, separator, recycled and chemically converted streams was simulated by a modular program system. The complex, multicomponent hydrocarbon streams were considered as mixtures of a limited number of hydrocarbon groups. The main features of the model and process simulation are described and illustrated.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEFCE Publication Series (European Federation of Chemical Engineering)
PublisherHung Chem Soc
Pages244-255
Number of pages12
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 1980
EventUnknown conference - Heviz, Hung
Duration: Sep 3 1980Sep 5 1980

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OtherUnknown conference
CityHeviz, Hung
Period9/3/809/5/80

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Catalytic reforming
Hydrocarbons
Separators
Computer program listings
Mathematical models
Planning

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  • Engineering(all)

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Jakob, K., Józsa, L., Pecsvari, G., & Tolvaj, G. (1980). MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CATALYTIC REFORMING SYSTEM. In EFCE Publication Series (European Federation of Chemical Engineering) (1 ed., pp. 244-255). Hung Chem Soc.

MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CATALYTIC REFORMING SYSTEM. / Jakob, K.; Józsa, L.; Pecsvari, G.; Tolvaj, G.

EFCE Publication Series (European Federation of Chemical Engineering). 1. ed. Hung Chem Soc, 1980. p. 244-255.

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Jakob, K, Józsa, L, Pecsvari, G & Tolvaj, G 1980, MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CATALYTIC REFORMING SYSTEM. in EFCE Publication Series (European Federation of Chemical Engineering). 1 edn, Hung Chem Soc, pp. 244-255, Unknown conference, Heviz, Hung, 9/3/80.
Jakob K, Józsa L, Pecsvari G, Tolvaj G. MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CATALYTIC REFORMING SYSTEM. In EFCE Publication Series (European Federation of Chemical Engineering). 1 ed. Hung Chem Soc. 1980. p. 244-255
Jakob, K. ; Józsa, L. ; Pecsvari, G. ; Tolvaj, G. / MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF CATALYTIC REFORMING SYSTEM. EFCE Publication Series (European Federation of Chemical Engineering). 1. ed. Hung Chem Soc, 1980. pp. 244-255
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