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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Evaluation Of Atmospheric And Vacuum Residues Using Molecular Distillation And Optimization|
|Author:||Maciel Filho R.|
Wolf Maciel M.R.
|Abstract:||The term atmospheric residue describes the material at the bottom of the atmospheric distillation tower having a lower boiling point limit of about 340°C; the term vacuum residue (heavy petroleum fractions) refers to the bottom of the vacuum distillation, which has an atmospheric equivalent boiling point (AEBP) above 540°C. In this work, the objective is to evaluate the behavior of different kinds of Brazilian atmospheric and vacuum residues using molecular distillation. The Falling Film Molecular Distillator was used. For the results obtained through this process, a significant range of temperature can be explored avoiding the thermal decomposition of the material. So these results are very important to the refinery decisions and improvements. The Experimental Factorial Design results showed that the temperature has more influence on the process than the feed flow rate, when a higher percentage of distillate is required.|
|Citation:||Petroleum Science And Technology. , v. 24, n. 03/04/15, p. 275 - 283, 2006.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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