By Paul O'Connor, Toru Takatsuka, Geoffrey L. Woolery
content material: Philosophical evaluation of checking out / Paul O'Connor, Geoffrey L. Woolery, and Toru Takatsuka --
merits, percentages, and obstacles of small-scale trying out of catalysts for fixed-bed tactics / S.T. Sie --
comparing pore constitution and morphology of hydrocarbon-conversion catalysts / R. Mann, ok. Khalaf, and A. Al-Lamy --
Deactivation of zeolite catalysts through coke / T. Masuda and okay. Hashimoto --
Modes of coking and deactivation of acid zeolite catalysts / M. Guisnet, P. Magnoux, and okay. Moljord --
Catalyst coking, activation, and deactivation / P.A. Sermon, M.S.W. Vong, and M. Matheson --
NMR ideas for learning the coking of zeolite-based catalysts / J.L. Bonardet, M.C. Barrage, and J. Fraissard --
Characterization of fluid catalytic cracking catalyst coke through ¹³C NMR and mass spectrometry / B.J. McGhee, J.M. Andresen, C.E. Snape, R. Hughes, C.L. Koon, and G. Hutchings --
Catalyst decay as a facet response of the chain strategies of catalytic cracking / B.W. Wojciechowski and N.M. Rice --
Catalyst deactivation in fluid catalytic cracking : a overview of mechanisms and checking out equipment / Paul O'Connor, E. Brevoord, A.C. Pouwels, and H.N.J. Wijngaards --
Sodium deactivation of fluid catalytic cracking catalyst / Xinjin Zhao and Wu-Cheng Cheng --
Contaminant-metal deactivation and metal-dehydrogenation results in the course of cyclic propylene steaming of fluid catalytic cracking catalysts / Lori T. Boock, Thomas F. Petti, and John A. Rudesill --
Catalyst deactivation in adiabatic prereforming : experimental equipment and versions for prediction of functionality / Thomas S. Christensen and Jens Rostrup-Nielsen --
Mechanism of deactivation in reforming catalysts at commence of run / Yaofang Liu, Guoqing Pan, and Jiujin Yang --
Catalyst deactivation in advertisement residue hydrodesulfurization / Hiroki Koyama, Eiichi Nagai, and Hideaki Kumagai --
Deactivation of sunshine naphtha aromatization catalyst / S. Fukase, N. Igarashi, ok. Aimoto, and okay. Kato --
impact of strategy stipulations and catalyst homes on catalyst deactivation in residue hydroprocessing / M. Absi-Halabi and A. Stanislaus --
Catalyst deactivation in hydrodemetallization / J.P. Janssens, A.D. van Langeveld, S.T. Sie, and J.A. Moulijn --
job and coking cost of catalysts deactivated via fast-coking species further to the feed / Dady B. Dadyburjor, Zhenyu Liu, Shigeki Matoba, Shinichi Osanai, and Tetsuya Shirooka --
Pilot reactor trying out of the impression of naphtha boiling element in catalytic reforming / okay. Moljord, okay. Grande, I. Tanem, and A. Holmen --
Vanadium mobility in fluid catalytic cracking / Richard F. Wormsbecher, Wu-Cheng Cheng, Gwan Kim, and Robert H. Harding --
greater equipment for trying out and assessing deactivation from vanadium interplay with fluid catalytic cracking catalyst / Bruce Lerner and Michel Deeba --
Riser simulator: checking out of adsorption results / Jacek Pruski, Ahmet Pekediz, and Hugo de Lasa --
improvement of a bench-scale fluid catalytic cracking microriser / M.P. Helmsing, M. Makkee, and J.A. Moulijn --
evaluate of coke selectivity of fluid catalytic cracking catalysts / E. Brevoord, A.C. Pouwels, F.P.P. Olthof, H.N.J. Wijngaards, and Paul O'Connor --
Correlation of catalyst functionality among laboratory exams and advertisement devices for hydrotreating residual oil / Yoshimitsu Miyauchi, Takeshi Hashiguchi, Naoto Kimbara, and Katsuhisa Fujita --
lifestyles checking out of sunshine hydrocarbon aromatization catalysts / okay. Hirabayashi, F. Igarashi, and T. Kondou --
functionality checking out of hydroconversion catalysts / W.H.J. Stork --
improvement of a try out approach to judge fluid catalytic cracking catalyst regenerability / V.L.N. Murthy, S. Debnath, M. Rama Rao, S.K. Ray, A.K. Das, and S. Ghosh --
A catalyst deactivation version for residual oil hydrodesulfurization and alertness to deep hydrodesulfurization of diesel gas / Toru Takatsuka, Yukitaka Wada, and Shin-ichi Inoue --
Modeling catalytic deactivation of benzene hydrogenation / Paul F. Meier and Marvin M. Johnson.
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It corresponds to the hatched area in Figure 5. However, the pore volume distribution in Figure 5 (approximately negative exponential decay in shape) refers to a parallel bundle interpretation. It is necessary to deduce the network pore size distribution that gives rise to the same mercury penetration curve. The deduced distribution of pore volume according to a 23 x 23 x 23 network (containing 3 8,000 pores) is presented in Figure I I . Also shown in Figure I I is the parallel bundle result. The shielding of large pores behind small one gives rise to a significant distortion in the parallel bundle result.
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Proc. 6th Int. Symposium on Catalysis 1976, 95 1 . 9 . Van K1inken, J . H. Chern. Eng. Sci. 1980, 35, 59. 1 0. M. Proc. 4th Symposium Chern. Reaction Eng. 1 976, 3 72. 1 1 . J. Appl. Catal. 1988, 43, 253. 12. M. Catal. Today 1991, 11, 1 03 . 1 3 . V. Chern. Eng. Progress 1989, 85 (7), 54. 1 4. ,. Proc. 5th World Petroleum Congress 1 959, Sect. Ill, 233. Chapter 3 Evaluating Pore Structure and Morphology of Hydrocarbon-Conversion Catalysts R. Mann, K. Khalaf, and A. amy Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester M60 lQD, United Kingdom Porosimeter tests on FCC catalyst powder and pellets of different sizes are interpreted using 3-D stochastic pore networks to elucidate an improved measure of the powder's internal pore structure.