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These properties make it optimal for the ceramic, cement, and electrical industries. Repsol's internal specifications for Green Fuel Grade Petcoke take into account the crudes currently processed at our refineries: Ash: 0.6% maximum weight. Volatiles: 15% maximum weight. Sulfur: 7% maximum weight.

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STUDY ON PHYSICAL-CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF PETROLEUM

The physical and chemical properties of some petroleum cokes produced in several different refineries have been examined. Coke properties evaluated are: moisture, volatile carbon matter, ash and

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Petroleum Coke an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Petroleum coke has high concentrations of Ni and V, with up to 9463 ppm Ni and 1425 ppm V in the fourth-row ESP fly ash, and 26,440 ppm Ni and 3340 V in the 100 × 200-mesh portion of the latter ash, at a western Kentucky power plant ( Hower, Thomas, Mardon, & Trimble, 2005 ).

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(PDF) Study on physical-chemical properties of petroleum

The calcined petroleum cokes are used in production of aluminum anode-grade, graphite electrode, needle-grade, titanium dioxide pigments. Pe troleum coke (green and calcined) is produced by the...

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Thermo-Physical Properties of Petroleum Coke during

1 Thermo-Physical Properties of Petroleum Coke during Calcining Graphitization Process Mujun Long*1), Junhao Sheng1), Tao Liu1), Dengfu Chen1), Yi Yang2), Shikai Gong2), Chunmei Chen1) 1)

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The Effects of Petroleum Coke Properties on Carbon Anode

30/10/2012· Comprehensive bench-scale testing of the effects of calcined coke on the properties ofprebaked anodes for aluminum smelting cells has revealed correlations between coke and anode properties. Extensive measurements of the physical properties of coke as well as impurities, determinations of performance-indicative anode properties, and correlation by regression analyses

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Characterization of Petroleum Coke as an Additive in

A range of six petroleum cokes was used. The petroleum cokes were studied in terms of (a) optical texture, (b) FTIR spectroscopy, (c) hydrogen donor ability, (d) thermogravimetric analysis of the pyrolysis stage, (e) free-swelling index, and (f) thermoplastic properties of blends made up of a bituminous coal and petroleum coke.

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Blast Furnace Coke Properties and DiVA portal

Blast Furnace Coke Properties and the Influence on Off-gas Dust Maria Lundgren Licentiate Thesis Luleå University of Technology Department of Chemical Engineering and Geosciences Division of Extractive Metallurgy SE-97187 Luleå Sweden 2010 . Printed by Universitetstryckeriet, Luleå 2010 ISSN: 1402-1757 ISBN 978-91-7439-102-2 Luleå 2010 ltu.se. I ABSTRACT In blast furnace ironmaking

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(PDF) Study on physical-chemical properties of petroleum

Various properties of green (raw) and calcined petroleum cokes were analyzed and evaluated for use in aluminum anode-grade carbon. Petroleum cokes for this characterization study include different

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Petrol Coke Cargo Handbook the world's largest cargo

Petroleum coke (often abbreviated Pet coke or petcoke) coke can be further processed in an anode baking oven in order to produce anode coke of the desired shape and physical properties. The anodes are mainly used in the aluminium and steel industry. Petcoke is over 90 percent carbon and emits 5 to 10% more carbon dioxide (CO 2) than coal on a per-unit-of-energy basis when it is burned. As

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Characterization of Petroleum Coke as an Additive in

The petroleum cokes were studied in terms of (a) optical texture, (b) FTIR spectroscopy, (c) hydrogen donor ability, (d) thermogravimetric analysis of the pyrolysis stage, (e) free-swelling index, and (f) thermoplastic properties of blends made up of a bituminous coal and petroleum coke. Evidence for a significant activity of some petroleum cokes was assessed using the above techniques, which

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The Effects of Petroleum Coke Properties on Carbon

Comprehensive bench-scale testing of the effects of calcined coke on the properties ofprebaked anodes for aluminum smelting cells has revealed correlations between coke and anode properties. Extensive measurements of the physical properties of coke as well as impurities, determinations of performance-indicative anode properties, and correlation by regression analyses provided statistically

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Thermo-Physical Properties of Petroleum Coke during

1 Thermo-Physical Properties of Petroleum Coke during Calcining Graphitization Process Mujun Long*1), Junhao Sheng1), Tao Liu1), Dengfu Chen1), Yi Yang2), Shikai Gong2), Chunmei Chen1) 1)

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Chapter 39 Properties of Fuels, Petroleum Pitch

This chapter provides an overview on the origin, properties, and applications of fuel oils, petroleum pitch, petroleum coke, and some related carbon materials along the line of production that connects petroleum refining to the manufacture of carbon materials. Bottom fractions of the liquid products from a petroleum refining process, Fluid Catalytic Cracking, constitute the decant oil (FCC DO

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PETROLEUM COKE: ESSENTIAL TO MANUFACTURING

Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a product produced from all types of oil (light/heavy crudes) during the oil refining process. Many different products are extracted from a barrel of crude oil in addition to gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Petroleum coke just one of the many. Petroleum coke is not a new product and has been produced since the 1930s. Petroleum coke is a valuable and essential

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Calcinations of Petroleum coke

necessarily be optimal for eventual calcined coke properties [1]. Petroleum cokes are produced at refineries using three different types of coking processes: delayed, hid, and flexi coking. The delayed coker is mostly used at forty-nine U.S. refineries processing [2]. The other fliud coker and flexicoker are less utilized at a relatively smaller capacity. Coke products from a delayed coker are

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Petroleum Coke Oxbow

Petroleum coke is a byproduct of the oil refining process. As refineries worldwide seek to operate more efficiently and extract more gasoline and other high value fuels from each barrel of crude oil, a solid carbon material known as petcoke is produced. The chemical and physical characteristics of petcoke are a function of the crude oil and refining technology used by the refinery. Petcoke can

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Blast Furnace Coke Properties and DiVA portal

Blast Furnace Coke Properties and the Influence on Off-gas Dust Maria Lundgren Licentiate Thesis Luleå University of Technology Department of Chemical Engineering and Geosciences Division of Extractive Metallurgy SE-97187 Luleå Sweden 2010 . Printed by Universitetstryckeriet, Luleå 2010 ISSN: 1402-1757 ISBN 978-91-7439-102-2 Luleå 2010 ltu.se. I ABSTRACT In blast furnace ironmaking

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