KL-M-Com-8 Catalyst Deactivation During Pyrolysis Gasoline Hydrogenation

Monday, June 3, 2013: 1:30 PM
Combs Chandler (Galt House Hotel)
S. David Jackson and Javed Ali, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.


Deactivation in PyGas hydrogenation is caused by carbon laydown.  The results of in-situ TPO indicate that the residue is mostly aromatic and hydrogenated aromatic and that increasing reaction temperature increases the amount of coke deposited.  The nature of coke changes to a condensed polyaromatic type with a higher C/H ratio.

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