Characterization and separation of ash from CANMET coprocessing residue by oil phase agglomeration techniques

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TypeArticle
Proceedings titleACS Division of Petroleum Chemistry Preprints
ConferenceSymposium on Coal and Oil/Resid Coprocessing, 205th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, March 28-April 2, 1993, Denver, Colorado, USA
ISSN0569-3799
Volume38
Issue2
Pages373379; # of pages: 7
AbstractCANMET's coal/heavy oil coprocessing reactor yields a solid residue that contains most of the ash-forming components originally associated with the feed coal as well as the reacted catalyst solids. The residue amounts to about 10-20% of the product stream. For both economical and environmental reasons it is desirable to beneficiate this material in order to minimize wastage by producing a value added product suitable as an asphalt binder or electrode coke. Alternatively, removal of the ash would make it possible to recycle the material through the coprocessing reactor to increase the production of lighter oils. in the latter case it would be desirable to separate selectively the siliceous matter so that the iron content of the catalyst is retained for recycle with the pitch.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNational Research Council Canada; NRC Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology
Peer reviewedYes
NRC number51956
NPARC number14477699
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