Effect of temperature and hydrogen pressure in deep hydrodearomatization of diesel fuel
Paper in proceedings, 2008

Hydrodearomatisation (HDA) of partly dearometized diesel fuel with 4.8% aromatic content was done over a deactivated commercially available aromatics saturation catalyst. Temperatures and pressure used were 300 to 400 C and 5.0 to 7.5 MPa, respectively. Minimum aromatic content in the product fuel was 0.3% at 325 C. Hydrocracking reaction was severe at temperatures 350 C and above, shifting the product to gasoline. The dependence of pressure for HDA was higher at the higher temperature than at the lower temperature.

Author

Jun J. Yuan

Shanghai Research Institute of Petrochemical Technology

Börje Sten Gevert

Chalmers, Chemical and Biological Engineering, Applied Surface Chemistry

Abstract of Papers of the American Chemical Society

0065-7727 (ISSN)

Subject Categories

Chemical Sciences

ISBN

978-084126985-9

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11/30/2017