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Fischer Tropsch process | Synthesis of Petrol
 
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Optimum conditions: Feed stock: Water gas + Hydrogen Catalyst: Co-100 parts, magnesia-8 parts, Th-5 parts Temperature: 250°C Pressure: 5-10 atmospheres Process: Petrol in this process is obtained in 2 steps as follows 1- Production of synthesis gas 2- Hydrogenation of synthesis gas A) Production of synthesis gas Steam is passed on red hot coal to obtain water gas C + H2O(g) [CO + H2] Coal steam water gas Thus obtained water gas is subjected to hydrogenated to obtain synthesis gas. C + H2 [CO + 2H2] Water gas synthetic gas B) Hydrogenation of synthesis gas 1- Synthesis gas is subjected to hydrogenation to a chamber called Convertor. 2- Here, synthesis gas undergo hydrogenation in presence of various catalyst to produce Alkanes as follows n{CO + (2n + 1)H2 } hydrogenation CnH2n+2 +H2O 3- Products of hydrogenation are sent into fractional distillation column for separation of various fractions. 4- Thus obtained Petrol is known as Synthetic Petrol
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The Fischer-Tropsch reaction
 
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Animation showing the formation of hydrocarbon chains on surfaces of small ruthenium particles starting from carbonmonoxide and hydrogen gas. The carbon atoms are shown in grey, oxygen atoms in red, hydrogen atoms in white, and ruthenium atoms in green. For more information see: http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C1CY00118C http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C1CC11499A Animation: ICMS Animation Studio Voice-over: Matthew F. Burton, PhD Music: "Nebulas Night" by Jason Livesay
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Shell – Gas to liquids (GTL) | Shell Natural Gas
 
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Shell’s gas to liquids (GTL) technology converts natural gas – the cleanest-burning fossil fuel – into high-quality liquid products that would otherwise be made from crude oil. These products include transportation fuels, motor oils and the ingredients for everyday necessities like plastics, detergents and cosmetics. GTL products are colourless and odourless. They contain almost none of the impurities – sulphur, aromatics and nitrogen – that are found in crude oil. Visit http://www.shell.com/gtl for more information. Accessibility transcript https://s00.static-shell.com/content/dam/royaldutchshell/video/gtl-animation-video-transcript-v1-1152271.doc Welcome to Shell’s official YouTube channel. Subscribe here to learn about the future of energy, see our new technology and innovation in action or watch highlights from our major projects around the world. Here you’ll also find videos on jobs and careers, motorsports, the Shell Eco-marathon as well as new products like Shell V-Power. If you have any thoughts or questions, please comment, like or share. Together we can #makethefuture Visit our Website: http://www.shell.com/ Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Shell/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shell/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/shell Look us up on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/royaldutchshell Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/1271/
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Fischer-Tropsch Reactors
 
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EKC 336 Group 19 - Fischer Tropsch Process
 
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Fischer Tropsch Process - Hydrocarbon
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Germany: This machine turns WATER into OIL
 
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Video ID: 20141127-037 M/S Sunfire GmbH power-to-liquid plant, Dresden C/U Sunfire sign C/U Sunfire sign C/U Sunfire sign SOT, Nils Aldag, Sunfire CTO (in English): "I would call it a miracle because it completely changes the way that we are producing fuels for cars, planes and also the chemical industry." M/S Power-to-liquid plant C/U Power-to-liquid dials C/U Timer dial SOT, Nils Aldag, Sunfire CTO (in English): "It will always be more expensive. What is important is that the value creation happens at the place where you use the fuel. So instead of buying crude oil from a country far away, you are producing the fuel right where you are actually going to use it." M/S Employee opens power-to-liquid machine M/S Employee at plant M/S Employee continues to work SOT, Nils Aldag, Sunfire CTO (in English): "I think in a very long time it will actually have an impact on geopolitics. What you always have to know is that the quantities that are required in these industries are so big that it would be difficult for such a technology to make a significant impact in a short period of time." W/S Workers at module assembly C/U Hands work at power-to-liquid plant M/S Employee works in plant C/U Hands working in plant W/S Sunfire GmbH headquarters, Dresden SCRIPT A machine turning water and carbon dioxide into synthetic -based fuels was unveiled by German company Sunfire GmbH in Dresden on Thursday, with the company chief technology officer describing the technology as a "miracle." The rig utilises "power-to-liquid technology" to convert water and carbon dioxide into synthetic petrol, diesel and kerosene, and will be able to produce one barrel of fuel per day once up and running. The process involves the extraction of carbon dioxide from water, and hydrogen that is generated from steam electrolysis. The gasses are then turned into fuel and other chemical products through a process known as Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, a process first developed by German chemists Franz Fischer and Hans Tropsch in 1925 that converts gas to hydrocarbons at temperatures between 150 and 300 degrees Celsius (302 to 572 degrees Fahrenheit) as it passes through a series of reactors. Sunfire hopes to market its technology commercially by 2016, pending further technological advances and regulatory permission. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://google.com/+RuptlyTV Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV DailyMotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/ruptly Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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Sasol Technology - Fuel
 
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Learn more at http://www.sasol.co.za/products/overview Sasol Fuel technology is used in the industrial and automotive markets. Through Sasol proprietary technologies and processes, the main products we produce are: fuel components, chemical components and co-products, and through further processing, fuel for the industrial and automotive markets. At Fuels technology, we are committed to staying ahead of tomorrows challenges, today
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EKC336 Group 19 - Fischer Tropsch Process
 
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These educational video presentations are prepared in fulfilment of the requirements for EKC336 Chemical Reaction Engineering Course. School of Chemical Engineering Universiti Sains Malaysia Sem I, 2017/2018 Lecturer: Dr. Azam Taufik Mohd Din Any feedbacks, please email to: chazam(at)usm.my
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Instruction video for syngas analyzer
 
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Syngas (from synthesis gas) is the name given to a gas mixture that contains varying amounts of carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen (H2).Syngas production methods include steam reforming of natural gas or liquid hydrocarbons to produce hydrogen, the gasification of coal, biomass or Plasma gasification process (produces rich syngas including H2 and CO) Applications coal chemical process,teel making process as blast furnace,converter, coking, direct iron ore smelting reduction,syngas production from Biomass and coal gas gasification processes. Website: http://en.gasanalyzer.com.cn/ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/ Facebook: https://goo.gl/5ChCt9 Twitter: https://twitter.com/CubicRuiyi
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Fischer- Tropsch process
 
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H2 and CO (syngases ) were produced from gasification process and used to produce liuid hydrocarbons by using catalytic process (FT).
Sasol gas-to-liquids (GTL) technology - Video
 
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Sasol displays the intricate methods behind their gas-to-liquids (GTL) technology, using natural gas to boost innovation and resourcefulness by creating liquid fuels, such as GTL diesel and GTL kerosene. Along with gas to liquids technology, see how alternative fuel sources is important as we venture along in the quest for energy security.
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Dr. Burt Davis of the University of Kentucky discusses Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis
 
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At the UK Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER), Burt Davis is refining the process to identify ways to reduce or capture carbon dioxide generated by the Fischer-Tropsch method of converting coal to diesel and other products, such as paraffin and chemicals for making plastics.
Cyclone Flyuidized Bed Gasifier
 
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Check out my web site http://www.nobox7.com/ Check out my store front https://www.amazon.com/shop/nobox7 Support this channel on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3620781 Check out my store front https://www.amazon.com/shop/nobox7 https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3620781oxygen bottle valve The principle of fluidization is the foundation of the fluidized bed reactor. In such a reactor the fuel together with inert bed material behaves like a fluid. This behavior is obtained by forcing a gas (fluidization medium) through the solid inventory of the reactor [46,47]. Air, steam, steam/O2 mixtures are examples of commonly used fluidization media. Silica sand is the most commonly used bed material, Energies 2011, 4 406 but using other bulk solids, especially those that exhibit catalytic action in the process can be beneficial; see Section 3.2. Depending on the velocity of the fluidization medium in the reactor, the fluidized bed reactors are divided in bubbling fluidized beds (BFB) and circulating fluidized beds (CFB). Bubbling beds operate at relatively low gas velocities (typically below 1 m s−1 ), while the circulating fluidized beds operate at higher gas velocities (typically 3–10 m s−1 ), dragging the solid particles upwards with the gas flow. These particles are separated from the gas in the cyclone and recycled to the bottom of the fluidized bed. In both cases most of the reactions during the conversion of a fuel into a product gas take place within the dense bed region (bubbling bed); to a lesser extent they continue in the freeboard (tar conversion) [14]. The inert bed enhances the heat exchange between the fuel particles, and therefore a fluidized bed can operate under nearly isothermal conditions. The maximum operating temperature is limited by the melting point of the bed material and will typically lie between 800 and 900 ◦C. At these relatively low operating temperatures and also relatively short gas residence times the (slow) gasification reactions do not reach their chemical equilibrium if no catalyst is applied. This is the reason for the presence of the hydrocarbons (tar, methane) in the product gas; the tar production falls between that of an updraft and downdraft fixed bed gasifier. The conversion rate of the feedstock is typically high. Due to their geometry and excellent mixing properties, fluidized beds are very suitable for scaling up. The energy throughput per unit of reactor cross-sectional area is higher for a CFB than for a BFB. Both configurations can be operated under pressurized conditions, which will further increase the throughput, and will also be beneficial when the downstream process requires a pressurized input stream, as for instance in the case of Fischer-Tropsch synthesis. Intense mixing also allows the reactor to accept a wider particle size distribution of the fuel feed, starting already from relatively fine particles. Furthermore, in contrast to other reactor systems presented here, the fluidized bed gives the possibility for the use of additives, e.g., for the in-situ removal of pollutants (like sulphur) or the primary measures to increase tar conversion. The weakest point of the fluidized bed technology emerges when fuels with high content of ash, and alkali metals in particular, are applied. When the fraction of alkali metals in the fuel is high, those compounds can form eutectics with silica present either in the bed material, or in the fuel ash itself. The presence of chlorine amplifies this effect. Those eutectics have melting points that are considerably lower than that of pure silica. Therefore they will start to melt at process temperature, likely causing stickiness of the particles, eventually leading to the formation of bigger lumps (“agglomerates”). Their presence will dramatically change the hydrodynamics of the reactor, ultimately leading to “defluidization” and necessary shut-down of the reactor. Those phenomena are discussed further in Section 3. Nonetheless, by applying proper countermeasures, the fluidized bed will still be able to accept fuels with an ash content higher than those allowable for a fixed bed reactor [44]. Van der Drift et al. [48] tested ten residual biomass fuels (from demolition wood to sewage sludge and verge grass) in an air-blown CFB gasifier and concluded that this technology seems to be very suitable for the gasification of all types of different biomass materials DISCLAIMER: In this video description contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I’ll receive a small commission. This help support my channel and allows me to continue to make videos. Thank you for the support!
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Fischer-Tropsch Process
 
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Petroleum Chemistry and technology, Gas to Liquid Technology (GTL), SASOL, Natural Gas, Coal.
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Synthetic Fuels: explained in a simple way!
 
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How can you reduce the CO2 emissions without any reconstruction or technical adaptions? And is it really possible to gather fuel with the help of factory fumes? This and more will be explained in our newly created explain video! Have a look!
Fischer tropsch process
 
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Gas to liquids Process
 
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This video is made available as part of the biofuels education projects funded by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Gas to liquid refers to the technologies designed to convert natural gas to liquid fuels, as alternatives to the traditional refining of crude oil and other natural gas commercialization routes. It involves treatment of natural gas to remove sulfur and impurities, reforming of the natural gas to produce syngas, Fischer-Tropsch conversion to produce long-chain paraffins, and upgrading to produce finished products. This animation illuminates six steps as follows: Gasification, Cooling, Dedust, H2/CO ratio adjustment, Desulfurization, Fischer-Tropsch Reaction, Separation, and Hydrocracking.
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German-Made 'Miracle' Machine Turns Water Into Gasoline
 
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The German company says it has developed an engineering installation capable of synthesizing petroleum-based fuels from water and carbon dioxide. The 'power-to-liquid' rig converts gases extracted from water into liquid hydrocarbon fuels. "I would call it a miracle because it completely changes the way we are producing fuels for cars, planes and also the chemical industry," The Fischer-Tropsch (F-T) reaction converts colorless, odorless, incombustible carbon dioxide gas (CO2) extracted from water, and hydrogen gas generated from water vapor, by electrolysis into liquid fuels such as diesel, jet kerosene and other chemical products. http://www.sott.net/article/289646-German-made-miracle-machine-turns-water-into-gasoline
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The Optimally Performing Fischer-Tropsch Catalyst | Emiel J.M. Hensen
 
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The 3rd Saudi International Petrochemical Technologies Conference 2015 5th - 6th May, 2015 / 16th - 17th Rajab 1436H King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh, KSA The 3rd Saudi International Petrochemical Technologies Conference 2015 is the most important event in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) for those involved in the Petrochemical Technology transfer and development. The conference will take place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on 5th and 6th May, 2015. The conference will bring together many of experts over the world to share their most innovative ideas and best practice in field of catalysis, refining and petrochemical technologies. The key areas of focus at the conference include: Downstream Petrochemical Industries: Challenges and Opportunities, Novel Approaches to Natural Gas Utilization, Sustainable Technologies in Petrochemicals, Advances in Petrochemical Catalysis, Added-Value Polymers through Innovative Petrochemicals Synthesis, Advanced Catalysis in Petroleum Refinery and New Strategies for Heavy Oil Upgrading. Presented: Emiel J.M. Hensen, Full Professor, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands المؤتمر السعودي الدولي الثالث لتقنيات البتروكيماويات 2015 5 - 6 مايو 2015
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Clean burning diesel
 
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Hydrocracked Fischer-Tropsch product compared with pump diesel
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M100 -  New Generation GTL Plant - Profitable, Scalable, Efficient, Reliable!
 
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Advanced Gas-to-Liquid Technology for Profitable Production of Synthetic Fuels. INFRA Technology presents its first commercially feasible GTL Plant and tells about key competitive advantages, including low capital cost, production of single liquid product, which consist of diesel, jet fuel and naphtha fractions.
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Quantafuel - plastic to liquid fuel
 
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Quantafuel delivers technology for production of advanced environmentally friendly fuels. Quantafuel’s core technology is catalysis. Quantafuel’s proprietary catalytic systems are tailored to fit different chemical processes converting materials containing low-value carbon into high-quality synthetic fuels. Some of these processes include Quantafuel’s proprietary GtL (Gas-to-Liquid) reactor technology which is an improved version of traditional F-T (Fischer-Tropsch synthesis), a process invented by Franz Fisher and Hans Tropsch in Germany in 1925. Quantafuel combines its own technology with “state of the art and science” equipment from other technology vendors to assemble production plants with superior product quality, conversion factors and cost. http://quantafuel.com/
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Fischer Process Industries Capabilities Video
 
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Take a look at what Fischer Process can do to assist you with maximizing the life of you liquid handling process equipment.
Fischer-Tropsch process Meaning
 
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Video shows what Fischer-Tropsch process means. The synthesis of hydrocarbons by the catalytic hydrogenation of carbon monoxide.. Fischer-Tropsch process Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say Fischer-Tropsch process. Powered by MaryTTS, Wiktionary
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COMSYN - Biofuel production process explained
 
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Comsyn research scientist Niko Heikkinen will will guide you trough the gasification of biomass, cleaning of gasification gas to useful synthesis gas, production of raw biofuel by Fischer-Tropsch synthesis and upgrading the product to transportation fuels.
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INNOBITE Green Construction
 
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Transforming urban and agricultural residues into high performance biomaterials for green construction. The INNOBITE project will transform urban and agricultural residues into high performing resource efficient products for the construction sector. The project supports in two innovative ideas: (1) adding value to the inorganic fraction of wheat straw and (2) obtaining cellulose nanofibres (MFC) out of highly recycled paper. Once isolated via environmentally friendly processes, these two renewable compounds will be used as high-performance additives that will provide unique properties to a new series of biocomposites for use in construction applications. Funding Programme: FP7-EU Duration: 3 years Site: www.innobite.eu
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Inventor turns plastic waste into liquid fuel
 
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(6 Nov 2016) LEAD IN: An Indian inventor believes he has the solution to two of his country's biggest problems: huge amounts of plastic waste and a shortage of affordable fuels. The scientist says he's found a way of turning plastic waste into cheap liquid fuel. But some experts are warning the process is not as simple as it looks. STORY-LINE: Sreejith Veettil Sreedharan is filling up his motorbike with fuel. But instead of petrol or gasoline, it's a liquid fuel that he's made himself, out of old plastic. Sreedharan is a scientist and inventor who lives in Kodungallur in the southern Indian state of Kerala. He claims that using a simple technology based on pyrolysis - using heat to cause the decomposition of complex molecules - he can convert plastic into cheap liquid fuel. The scale of what Sreedharan is experimenting with may be small, but the potential is huge. Plastic waste is a major health and environmental problem in India. More than 15,000 tonnes of plastic waste are generated in the country every day, of which 6,000 tonnes are never collected, according to the Indian Environment Ministry. Sreedharan is the director of Kodungallur's Science Centre, an organistion that promotes science and technology among students. He has set up a small prototype plant at the Science Centre, which has the capacity to deal with just five kilograms of plastic waste at a time. Pyrolysis thermochemically decomposes organic material at high temperatures. "Plastic is heated to 300 to 400 degrees Centigrade in the absence of oxygen," explains Sreedharan. "This is the important part of the process. When heated it turns into liquid form. Sometimes certain catalysts will have to be added depending on the nature and quality of the plastic." After turning to liquid the product is heated until it takes a gaseous form. This is then condensed so that some of the molecules become liquid again: "The liquefied material is somewhat like crude oil and through fractional distillation petrol can be extracted. Either tar or a grease like substance remains as the by-product," adds Sreedharan. Sreedharan claims nearly 900 millilitres of liquid fuel can be extracted out of one kilogram of plastic waste and can be further refined if needed. The inventor also claims that the fuel produced from plastic trash is non-polluting. His motorbike, which runs on the distilled fuel, passed the emissions test that other vehicles are subjected to. Many consumers have shown willingness to try Sreedharan's fuel and say they feel it is no different from using petrol or diesel . "At first I had certain doubts so I asked one of my friends for a trial. He tried and found it good. Now I am also using this occasionally. No problem, it is as good as the petrol we use," says motorcycle owner Vinoj Kovilparambil Vijayan. While the results are promising, the process of distilling fuel from plastic waste is not without problems. Shyamji Chembangode, a researcher working with Sreedharan, says variation in temperatures and impurities in plastic waste can impact the process of decomposition and distillation. "The problem is if we cannot maintain a constant temperature the output would be negative. Then the question of purity… plastic is the basic raw material, PVC (synthetic material) cannot be used. If there is impurity it affects the performance as a whole," he says. Others caution against calling the liquid fuel 'petrol' without further research on different types of engines. "We cannot call it as petrol. And most these studies that whatever has done up to now, they have tested in diesel engines but gasoline engines it has failed up to now," says Sajith Kurien, an assistant professor at a local college. And, he adds, it will be cost effective too: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/362b6cf1f1389548efdb0b96c5349de9 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Mark Dry: Fischer Tropsch Process
 
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Symposium: Advances in Fischer Tropsch Chemistry
Fischer tropsch wax granulator machine  / wax pelletizer
 
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Application: The plant is applied to products with the melting point below 250°C for curing and shaping. Typical applied materials include: Sulphur, Paraffin Wax, Resin, Asphalt, Maleic Anhydride, Trimellitic Anhydride, Salt Stearate, Hot-Melt Adhesives, M-Phenylenediamine, Urea, Rubber and Plastic Auxiliary etc. Working principle:  Melting material, through material distributor, drips down to the steel belt which is moving evenly. Under the belt, there are continuous sprayer and cooling device which can cool, solidify and pelletize material on belt as soon as possible. According to material feature and process requirements, outward turning, rotating, reciprocating, gate types are available for your choice. Based on material feature and use requirements, material distributing forms like incontinuous dripping, continuous strip, full-width overflowing are available, and with hemispheric, bar, flake products. if you are interested in our machine, pls feel free to contact me my email ; [email protected] my whatsapp; +86 152 37108185
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Coal Waste Conversion to Fuels and Products
 
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West Virginia University researcher Anthony "Femi" Olajide explains the "Wolferization" process of our friend Dr. Richard Wolfe. Coal mining waste is converted to crude oil, natural gas and a solid structure composed of the ceramic ash. Billions of tons of coal waste remain in "gob piles" at mine sites. If this can be reclaimed and converted to useful products it would solve a major environmental problem and generate additional revenue. Presented at the American Chemical Society conference, 235th ACS National Meeting. New Orleans, LA. April 6-10, 2008.
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Synthetic Fuel
 
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Two global energy priorities today are reducing greenhouse gases and finding environmentally friendly alternatives to fossil fuels, and reducing greenhouse gasses. INL researchers have invented a technology that can do both. Learn more at http://www.facebook.com/idahonationallaboratory.
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9 Conversion of Coal to Petroleum ch3 12th
 
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Reaction Mechanism of FTS created in Material Studio 06.
 
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Every chemical reaction has a reaction mechanism. Reactants go to the transition state before the formation of the product. The video above represents the reaction mechanism for the fischer tropsch reaction on the surface of the catalysts.
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40 Fischer Tropsch wax making machine
 
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Design Project Yr 3 : 3D simulation of Fischer Tropsch Plant GTL (shale gas to Diesel)
 
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3D simulation of our GTL plant that is used to produce premium diesel. Piping has caused some problem. Distance scaling is in a factor of 5:1 Front-end design: Adsorption column: Shale gas treatment to reduce sulphur content, H2S Pre-reforming: Reforming with Steam to make Methane, Carbon oxides and Hydrogen. Autothermal Reactor: Syngas production and adjustment. ATR is supplied with high purity oxygen to avoid accumulation of Nitrogen using Cryogenic air separation unit. PSA: Pressure Swing Adsorption column to produce Hydrogen for Hydrocracking unit Refinery: Fischer-Tropsch Reactor: Synthesising heavy wax to crack to make diesel and a range of hydrocarbon products. Consist of Soluble gas and insoluble gas. Vapour Liquid separation: Flash drums is used to separate soluble gas and insoluble gas while condensing the condensable by using a partial condenser and purge the gas to flare. [New exploration in my study is to use Transvac's Gas Ejector to achieve full gas recovery] Flash drum will let the pressure down from 100 bar to atmospheric pressure to allow operating pressure in the partial condenser. Hydrocracking unit: The two 30 m column will crack the column to break the chain down to send to distillation column. Distillation Column and stripping column: Distillate to further separate into different categories of Hydrocarbon and recycle the heavy wax to hydrocracking unit products. Blueprint produced by Group MJ in University of Manchester Thank you for watching the video Video Made by Li Ren xD
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EKC 336 Chemical Reaction Fischer Tropsch
 
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INFRA Technology Gas-to-Liquid Process
 
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Dmitry Popov, VP of INFRA Technology explains the science behind INFRA Technology's process of converting natural gas into synthetic liquid oil. INFRA XTL Technology is an international company that innovated, developed, and commercialized the next generation of GTL (gas-to-liquids) technology, based on the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis process, for the production of value-added light synthetic oil and clean liquid synthetic transportation fuels from natural and associated gas, as well as from biomass and other fossil fuels (XTL).
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