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Deactivation of silica-alumina catalyst during the cumene cracking reaction.

Kong Li

Deactivation of silica-alumina catalyst during the cumene cracking reaction.

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Published by University of Salford in Salford .
Written in English


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MSc thesis, Chemical and Gas Engineering.

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Fundamentals of heterogeneous catalysis 1 Jacques C. Ve´drine Laboratoire de Re´activite´ de Surface, Sorbonne Universite´, Universite´ P. & M. Curi.   Silica gel was prepared and treated thermally and hydrothermally and was characterized as solid stationary phase in gas chromatography. The characteristics have been evaluated in terms of polarity, selectivity, and separation efficiencies. These parameters were used to assess the outer silica surface contributions and the degree of surface deactivation brought about by different treatment Cited by: 1. Catalyst fines are emitted to the atmosphere during catalyst regeneration. Most catalysts are regenerated only a few times a year; therefore, the escaping catalyst fines are considered insignificant. Fluid catalytic cracking catalysts, on the other hand, are regenerated continuously. With catalysts such as acidic resins, or even silica-alumina materials, isomerisation can be performed at below °C. 27 However, olefin oligomerisation can become a significant side-reaction. 28 Furthermore, unless the catalyst is only weakly acidic, the process can only be considered for C 4 –C 6 olefin feeds, since C 7 and heavier.


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Deactivation of silica-alumina catalyst during the cumene cracking reaction. by Kong Li Download PDF EPUB FB2

The kinetics of cumene cracking over a silica-alumina catalyst under deactivation conditions have been studied using a thermobalance. The models of Froment and Bischoff for catalyst deactivation have been used and modified. The deactivation functions for the main Cited by: 5.

These models have been applied to the analysis of data for deactivation by coke, in the reaction of isopropylbenzene cracking to produce benzene and propylene on a silica-alumina catalyst.

Experimental procedure The isopropylbenzene cracking reaction to produce benzene and propylene was carried out on a commercial silica-alumina catalyst [12).Cited by: 8.

The kinetics of cumene cracking over a silica-alumina catalyst under deactivation conditions have been studied using a thermobalance. The models of Froment and Bischoff for catalyst deactivation.

The deactivation behavior of a bifunctional catalyst consisting of platinum on amorphous silica–alumina was studied in the hydrocracking of n-hexadecane. The initial decline in activity and the change in selectivity were monitored at the following reaction conditions: pressure = 30 bar; temperature = °C; hydrogen-to-hexadecane feed molar ratio = Cited by: 1.

The so-called Constant-Coke Arrhenius Plot technique can assess the magnitudes of these two modes of deactivation using reaction experiments under process conditions. For cumene cracking over REY zeolite, a TGA has been used as a continuous-flow microreactor to monitor coke levels, with activity measured by an on-line GC.

The deactivation behavior of a bifunctional catalyst consisting of platinum on amorphous silica–alumina was studied in the hydrocracking of n-hexadecane. The mechanism of coke formation on silica-alumina cracking catalysts was studied by analysis of cracking experiments with seven pure hydrocarbons at ' C.

and n-hexadecane at " C. under a variety of process conditions. Coke deposits were isolated from selected catalyst samples for infrared spectral examination.

Contaminant-Metal Deactivation and Metal-Dehydrogenation Effects During Cyclic Propylene Steaming of Fluid Catalytic Cracking Catalysts Lori T.

Boock Thomas F. Petti. mixed metal oxides, notably silica-alumina (SiA). Silica-alumina is well known for its strong acidity, possession of both Lewis and Bronsted acid sites, and uses as a catalyst for reactiotis like cracking of cumene (13), polymerization of ethylene oxide (14) and butene (15).

It also has some significant oxidative properties (16). Amorphous silica-aluminas were prepared by the sol–gel method using organic templates such as carboxylic acid and the gel skeletal reinforcement method.

Their reactivities as a matrix for the catalytic cracking were investigated. Malic acid (MA) was used as a catalyst for the sol–gel method, an organic template and a reagent for the dispersion of Al. When the ratio of MA/TEOS Cited by: 7.

The surface acidic strength distribution in a series of silica-alumina catalysts prepared by coprecipitation and stepwise precipitation techniques has been measured by the butylamine adsorption method.

The amount of silica in the finished catalysts ranged from to %. Disclosed is a fluid catalytic cracking process using a catalyst composite comprised of an alumina-on-silica material, an inorganic refractory oxide, and optionally a zeolite material. The alumina-on-silica material is comprised of silica particles with surface bound aluminum groups chemically bonded to the silica surface through surface oxygen atoms, which material is dispersed in a matrix of Cited by: 2.

The catalysts were pressed binder-free and crushed to a particle size of 60–80 meshes, and the catalyst amount was g. In the case of cumene cracking, nitrogen saturated with vaporized cumene at °C was passed through the reactor (the flow rate of liquid state cumene = mL/h), and the reaction temperature was °C as by: 8.

On the role of acidity in amorphous silica-alumina based catalysts Citation for published version (APA): Poduval, D. On the role of acidity in amorphous silica-alumina based catalysts. The bench scale reaction with varying reaction temperature of – °C and – h −1 WHSV according to reaction time showed that the conversion and ethylene selectivity were more than 90% after h on stream.

It was also confirmed that even after the successive catalyst regeneration and the reaction for another h, both the. acidity of silica-alumina, and extend this study to the effect of Lewis acidity on the activation and activity of a supported methyltrioxorhenium (MTO) metathesis catalyst.

Despite the widespread use of amorphous silica-alumina as a catalyst and a catalyst support, the. “Kinetic Modelling of the Deactivation of a Commercial Silica-Alumina Catalyst during Isopropylbenzene Cracking.” Chemical Engineering Journal – Google Scholar.

Romeo, E., M. Saeys, A. Monzón, and A. Borgna. “Carbon Nanotube Formation during Propane Decomposition on Boron-Modified Co/Al2O3 Catalysts: A Kinetic Study.”Author: Nieves Latorre, Fernando Cazaña, Víctor Sebastián, Carlos Royo, Eva Romeo, Antonio Monzón.

Efficiency depends on activity, properties & life of the catalyst Examples: Ammonia synthesis Promoted iron SO 2 oxidation Vanadium Pentaoxide Cracking Silica, alumina Dehydrogenation Platinum, Molybdenum 4 Every catalytic reaction is a sequence of elementary steps, in which reactant molecules bind to the catalyst, where they react, after which.

Abstract. The liquid-phase hydrogenation kinetics of benzene and three monosubstituted alkylbenzenes, toluene, ethylbenzene, and cumene, was determined in a semibatch reactor operating at hydrogen pressures of atm and at temperatures of C.

Commercial preactivated catalyst particles of nickel-alumina were used in all experiments. Abstract--Kaolinite was hydrothermally synthesized from two kinds of silica-alumina gels to examine the effect of the structure of the starting material.

Two kinds of gels were prepared by precipitation at different pH conditions (pH = and ) from solutions containing water glass and aluminum sulfate. reaction conditions, and reactor technologies that achieved high ethylene yield at reasonable reaction temperatures, and evaluates their practicality in industrial application in comparison with steam-cracking plants.

The most promising were found to be a nanoscale catalyst HZSM-5 with % ethylene selectivity at °C and h lifespan,File Size: KB.

Deactivation of Silica-Alumina Catalyst During the Cumene Cracking Reaction Appl Catal, 52,Determination of C/H Ratios in Coked Catalysts Using a Portable Neutron SourceTitle: Senior Engineering Adviser at. The gas-phase dehydration of butanol is carried out over a silica-alumina.

catalyst at K. CH3CH2CH2CH2OH CH3CHCHCH3 + H2O The rate law is: 〖-r〗_butanol^'=(k_1 P_butanol)/(1+k_2 P_butanol)^2 With k1 = mol gcat-1 hr-1 atm-1 and k2 = atm Pure butanol enters a thin tube packed bed reactor at a molar flow rate of 50 kmol hr-1 and a pressure of 10 atm.

a) Using. An integrated alkylaromatic process using a solid alkylation catalyst and an aromatic rectifier is disclosed for alkylating aromatics with olefins and for regenerating the solid alkylation catalyst. The aromatic rectifier produces a relatively low-purity aromatic-containing overhead stream that is used in producing alkylaromatics, and an aromatic column produces a relatively high-purity Cited by: During the catalyst recycle process, a longer reaction time was needed to complete the reaction compared with the fresh catalyst.

This is partly due to the loss of solid catalyst during the course of recovery (for the 12th run, the catalyst weight is ca. 65% of the original one). The filtrate does not show any activity for the ring-opening Cited by: Catalyst fouling is appointed as a primary cause of deactivation, though catalytic activity can be fully restored by thermal H 2-treatment.

Simple filtration of the reaction mixture finally affords a catalyst-free and delignified pulp, containing most of the initial cellulose and hemicellulose (93% glucose and 83% xylose retention).

use heterogeneous silica-alumina catalysts to synthesize the hydrocarbon resins from the C9 fraction. Having studied the number of silica-alumina catalysts we have chosen the optimal one – activated bentonite clay [].

Considerable reserves of bentonite clays in Ukraine (e.g. Dashukivka deposit of million tonnes) and their low. Olefin metathesis is an important reaction not only in petroleum chemistry but also in fine chemistry. Professors Grubbs, Schrock, and Chauvin obtained the Nobel Prize in for the development of this reaction (determination of the mechanism and synthesis of homogeneous catalysts).

This reaction can be described as the redistribution of carbon chains of olefins via a breaking of their C═C Author: Frédéric Lefebvre, Yassine Bouhoute, Kai C. Szeto, Nicolas Merle, Aimery de Mallmann, Régis Gauvin. Catalyst particles are of such a size that when aerated. with air or hydrocarbon vapor, the catalyst behaves like a liquid and can be moved through pipes.

Vaporized feedstock and fluidized catalyst flow together into a reaction chamber where the cracking reactions take place. (Speight, ) 6 Fluid-bed Catalytic Cracking. This book provides up-to-date reviews and references to guide those working on industrial catalysts.

It will be an invaluable guide for catalysis researchers in industry and academia, and for students. catalyst catalysts process gas oxide temperature acid carbon reaction sulfur Adsorption of water on the catalyst from an air stream satd. at 30° to the amount of to wt.

% of the catalyst increased the decompn. activity to %; and by using D2O instead of H2O in preconditioning the catalyst, it could be proved that some reaction Cited by: changes to corundum, and that under these conditions there is no reaction between the alumina and silica phases.

rn mixtures of all compositions, corundum diffraction lines were not discernible after heating to c. (Fig. 3-B)' Mullite was present in all diaspore-cristobarite mixes afterFile Size: KB. Improvement of Silica–alumina Supports for Diesel Oxidation Catalysts through Control of Both Composition and Pore Structure.

we developed hybrid supports with both mesopores and macropores by the addition of a pore forming agent during the SiO 2 –Al 2 O 3 preparation process. Hydrothermally stable heterogeneous catalysts for biorenewable-derived molecule conversions to chemicals Anderson, Jason, "Hydrothermally stable heterogeneous catalysts for biorenewable-derived molecule conversions to chemicals" This use of the Malliard reaction resulted in a catalyst stable under hydrothermal conditions but initially.

The opening chapter presents the state-of-the-art in zeolite science. The two subsequent chapters summarize the chemistries involved in the processes and the constraints imposed on the catalyst/adsorbent.

Three major areas are covered: oil refining; petrochemicals; and fine chemicals. 46 Bifunctional catalyst It catalyzes two types of catalytic transformations Pt metal loaded on an acid support such as silica- alumina or zeolite is a bifunctional catalyst The Pt metal cares for the dehydrogenation and hydrogenation reactions while acid support facilitates cracking and isomerization reactions A catalytic cracking process.

A History of Industrial Catalysis - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. A History of Industrial Catalysis The kinetics of the oxidation of coked silica-alumina catalysts in an air-nitrogen stream was studied under differential reactor conditions at atmospheric pressure and from °C to °C.

The rates of the reaction were evaluated from the experimental data, according to a proposed kinetic model which includes coupled reactions of carbon and Cited by: 5. As illustrative dehydration catalysts, there may be mentioned: alumina, silica-alumina, activated clays, zeolites, etc.

A preferred catalyst is a silica-alumina cracking catalyst as a result of its ready availability. The dehydration catalyst must be periodically regenerated to remove carbon and tars.

Main Zeolites Features. the actual concentration is always smaller due to the remaining cations or to dehydroxylation and dealumination during the catalyst activation. responsible for the completely different distribution of hydrocarbons in the gasoline FCC over zeolites and amorphous silica alumina catalysts: more aromatics and alkanes.

Full text of "Handbook Of Green Chemistry Volume 2 Heterogeneous Catalysis" See other formats.The used (spent) catalyst is thus routed from Petroleum Refinery Enforcement Manual Catalytic Cracking 3/80 the reactor to a regenerator where the catalyst is partially restored by burning the coke off in a controlled combustion reaction.Full text of "Catalysis From Theory To Application ()" See other formats.