Selective steam cracking for energy and raw materials savings by P. Broutin

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StatementP. Broutin, C. Busson.
ContributionsBusson, C.
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Open LibraryOL21116703M
ISBN 100119722569

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Natural gas steam reforming. The majority of the hydrogen produced globally derives from natural gas steam reforming, which is a well-established technology.

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The reaction also proceeds in parallel with the water gas shift. Advanced naphtha cracking technologies in the pyrolysis section, such Selective steam cracking for energy and raw materials savings book advanced coil and furnace materials, could together lead to up to approximately 20% savings on the process energy use by.

The energy-intensive nature of upstream chemical manufacture, from cracking to petrochemical production, gives it a huge carbon footprint. Other common large-scale processes, such. This technique has the potential to provide tremendous energy savings when compared with the currently used cryogenic distillation process for ethylene produced through steam cracking.

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The revamped furnace was designed and built for aMTA (metric ton/yr) ethylene plant in the. The selective conversion of ethane into ethylene is currently being studied because of the economic impact of using natural gas and LPG`s raw materials to produce chemicals and polymers.

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