Numerical investigation of high efficient production of propylene in a multi-regime FCC riser

Hui Zhao, Jieqing Gan, Abdallah S. Berrouk, Chaohe Yang, Honghong Shan

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Abstract

A novel FCC process has been developed and tested on an industrial scale dual-riser FCC unit. The process is based on the Two-stage-riser catalytic cracking for Maximizing Propylene yield (TMP) process. The effectiveness of the new developed multi-regime reactor has been experimentally and numerically proved. The differences in flow field and phase distributions in favor of the novel reactor compared to the traditional ones are highlighted. The numerical findings agree well with test run results of a real industrial unit. The superiority of the novel process over other catalytic cracking/pyrolysis process is demonstrated. This is an abstract of a paper presented at the 2011 AIChE Annual Meeting (Minneapolis, MN 10/16-21/2011).

Original languageEnglish
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2011
Externally publishedYes
EventAIChE Annual Meeting 2011 - Minneapolis, United States of America
Duration: 16 Oct 201121 Oct 2011

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ConferenceAIChE Annual Meeting 2011
Abbreviated title11AIChE
CountryUnited States of America
CityMinneapolis
Period16/10/1121/10/11

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Zhao, H., Gan, J., Berrouk, A. S., Yang, C., & Shan, H. (2011). Numerical investigation of high efficient production of propylene in a multi-regime FCC riser. Abstract from AIChE Annual Meeting 2011 , Minneapolis, United States of America.
Zhao, Hui ; Gan, Jieqing ; Berrouk, Abdallah S. ; Yang, Chaohe ; Shan, Honghong. / Numerical investigation of high efficient production of propylene in a multi-regime FCC riser. Abstract from AIChE Annual Meeting 2011 , Minneapolis, United States of America.1 p.
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Zhao, H, Gan, J, Berrouk, AS, Yang, C & Shan, H 2011, 'Numerical investigation of high efficient production of propylene in a multi-regime FCC riser' AIChE Annual Meeting 2011 , Minneapolis, United States of America, 16/10/11 - 21/10/11, .

Numerical investigation of high efficient production of propylene in a multi-regime FCC riser. / Zhao, Hui; Gan, Jieqing; Berrouk, Abdallah S.; Yang, Chaohe; Shan, Honghong.

2011. Abstract from AIChE Annual Meeting 2011 , Minneapolis, United States of America.

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Zhao H, Gan J, Berrouk AS, Yang C, Shan H. Numerical investigation of high efficient production of propylene in a multi-regime FCC riser. 2011. Abstract from AIChE Annual Meeting 2011 , Minneapolis, United States of America.