Izvestiya of Saratov University.
ISSN 1816-9775 (Print)
ISSN 2541-8971 (Online)

catalytic reforming

Study of the activity of bifunctional catalyzers on the transformation of n-hexane

The production of various motor fuels is carried out by processing light fractions of oil with an initial temperature of boiling to 350°С. The current trend shows that oil in new fi elds has more weight than before. New oil reservoirs are deeper with a greater proportion of dark fraction with a boiling point of 350°С. This situation stimulates to fi nd new ways of increasing the processing depth light fractions for synthesis target product. One of the main solution path for the problem is creation of new catalytic systems or modernization of existing ones.

Transformation of stable hydrogenate on catalytic systems Pt/CVM, Pr/CVM

Catalytic reforming is the most used method for upgrading straight-run gasolines. The trends to modernize catalytic systems so that the reforming process can be used in the industrial setting are focused on the production of catalysts with a specifi c set of characteristics allowing to obtain a liquid commercial product with the required operational and ecological features, in addition to increase its yield at lower temperatures. This article investigates the effi ciency of the catalytic systems Pt/CVM, Pr/CVM as transformation processes of raw hydrocarbons.

Transformation of a Stable Catalyst of Catalytic Riforming Facility with Using the Catalyst R-98

One of the most important tasks of modern refineries is the modernization of existing plants to increase production and improve the quality of the commodity. In this connection, the catalytic activity of the industrial catalyst of the reforming pro- cess R-98 (containing in its composition platinum and rhenium, in the amount of 0.25% by weight of each) in the conversion of a stable catalyst was studied. Stable catalyst is released from the stabilizer column of the catalytic reforming unit.

Features of the Reactions of n-hexane on the Catalyst NH4(ZHM)

The process of catalytic reforming remains one of the main processes of the modern petrochemical industry, allowing for obtain commodity products – gasoline, with high detonation resistance and raw materials for the petrochemical industry – aromatic hydrocarbons. One of the most important tasks of improving the reforming process is the development of new efficient catalytic systems that don’t have noble metals in their composition.