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Hydrogenation of coal in the batch autoclave

Charles O. Hawk

Hydrogenation of coal in the batch autoclave

by Charles O. Hawk

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal liquefaction.,
  • Autoclaves.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C.O. Hawk and R.W. Hiteshue.
    SeriesUnited States. Bureau of Mines. Bulletin, 622, Bulletin (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 622.
    ContributionsHiteshue, Raymond W., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN23 .U4 no. 622
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 42 p.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5964873M
    LC Control Number65060983
    OCLC/WorldCa9610800

    Hydrogenation is a chemical reaction between molecular hydrogen (H 2) and another compound or element, usually in the presence of a catalyst such as nickel, palladium or process is commonly employed to reduce or saturate organic enation typically constitutes the addition of pairs of hydrogen atoms to a molecule, often an alkene. Various factors of coal are studied systematically to determine their relevancy to liquefaction behavior of coals and the character of the products. A continuous flow reactor, batch autoclaves, low pressure reaction vessels and other equipment are used in this investigation. This report runs from sample collection and characterization to characterization of mineral matter in coals by scanning.

    A study was undertaken to determine the best reducing conditions for converting solvent-refined lignite to light distillable liquid fuels and/or chemical feedstocks. Batch autoclave experiments were performed in the temperature range C and a hydrogen pressure range of psi, with catalysts Ni-Mo-Al2O3, Co-Mo-Al2O3, Ni-W-Al2O3, Ni-W-SiO2-Al2O3, SiO2-Al2O3, Al2O3, SnCl2, and. Hydrogenation/ Hydotreatment. Bench-Scale Testing Batch Autoclave Coal Liquefaction Screening Results for Ohio Coal Biomass-Derived Solvent Solvent/Coal wt% Coal Solubilized %MAF Coal THF Soluble Syncrude Viscosity @ 50°C cp Tetralin BS BS

    A solid carbonaceous material, such as coal, is converted to liquid products and the asphaltene content of a heavy hydrocarbonaceous liquid is reduced in the process wherein the solid is solvent extracted by the heavy hydrocarbonaceous liquid and a hydrocarbonaceous recycle stream with a finely divided, unsupported metal catalyst and the resultant mixture of liquids is recovered as the product. that fuel. From a plentiful natural substance, coal, they synthesized petroleum. Of the several processes the Germans used to convert coal into petroleum, high-pressure coal hydrogenation was the most highly advanced. Its history falls into two broad periods: , during which time its inventor, Friedrich Bergius.


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Hydrogenation of coal in the batch autoclave by Charles O. Hawk Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Hydrogenation of coal in the batch autoclave. [Charles O Hawk; Raymond W Hiteshue]. HYDROGENATION OF COAL IN THE BATCH AUTOCLAVE FIGURE 1.—Hydrogenation Autoclave and Accessory Equipment.

to determine how much hydrogen it contained. Gas pressure within an autoclave increased by a factor of approximately 2½ when heated to reaction temperature.

For example, 1, psig initial cold pressure became about 2, psig. Ind. Eng. Chem. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONSCited by: 2. Abstract Yields of products from the hydrogenation of the inertinite and vitrinite+exinite macerals of the Bayswater (New South Wales, Australia) coal in a batch autoclave were investigated.

Samples were Hydrogenation of coal in the batch autoclave book for 1 h at and °C with tetralin as vehicle, hydrogen as charge gas and no added by:   BATCH AUTOCLAVE STUDIES (i). Commercial Autoclaves. A very large number of studies of brown coal hydrogenation have been carried out in commercially available stirred or rocked 1 to 6L batch autoclaves.

The earliest extensive investigation of hydrogenation of Victorian brown coal involved the use of a 2L stirred by: 3.

Hydroliquefaction of coal has been carried out in a batch autoclave using the Harshaw CoMo T catalyst. Effectsof addition of tin and sulphiding on the liquefaction activity have been studied on the basis of total conversion and asphaltene yields.

Mossbauer. Hydrogenation experiments with batch autoclaves were performed on an Australian Permian bituminous coal (Liddell) using excess of tetralin (3 tetralin: 1 coal by weight) as vehicle. The hydrogenation of preasphaltene (PA), from Chinese Xiaolongtan lignite liquefied heavy product, was investigated with hydrogen storage materials in a batch autoclave.

The effects of reaction conditions such as hydrogen storage materials and temperature on the yields of gas+oil, asphaltene, char and the conversions of preasphaltene were discussed.

This chapter discusses the control of hydrogenation autoclaves. Autoclaves are high pressure chemical reactors, thus their control is a special case of chemical reactor control.

This chapter describes the design of control systems and focuses on the smaller plants with a changing product spectrum. Typically the coal should be ~80 kg hydrogen per ton of dry, ash-free coal. Generally, this process is similar to hydrogenation.

Batch autoclave experiments have shown that Liddell coal will dissolve in tetralin under mild conditions of temperature and pressure.

In the presence of a catalyst and an initial (cold) hydrogen pressure of MPa at least 80% dissolution is achieved for both untreated and demineralized coals after reaction for 4 h at °C.

The coal hydrogation potential of the hydrogenated coal-derived liquid distillates, DHCDL(i), was also inde- pendently assessed through a series of 70 ml batch autoclave studies. Purchase Hydrogenation of Fats and Oils - 2nd Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNSurface changes in coal hydrogenation autoclaves that affect autoclave reactions. Fuel Processing Technology5 (), DOI: /(82) Christine W.

Curtis, James A. Guin, Jyi-Feng Jeng, Arthur R. Tarrer. Coal solvolysis with a series of coal-derived liquids. Coal hydrogenation was performed in a 5-litre batch type autoclave at reaction temperature of o C.

The initial hydrogen pressure varies from 5 to 30 bars and to 1 hour reaction time. The next stage was the distillation of hydrogen product. It can be concluded that all non-caking coals used in the experiments can be converted into caking.

Hydrogenation. Coal liquefaction, in substance, is a process about how to control the extent of bond scission to the desired molecular size and, and how to promote efficiently and effectively the hydrogenation reaction. Because of low atomic ratio of hydrogen to carbon in coal constituents, adequate amount of hydrogen supplied.

[Tetralin or methylnaphthalene; Co--Mo--Al/sub 2/O/sub 3/]}, author = {Yen, Y K}, abstractNote = {The liquefaction and hydrodesulphurization of a high sulphur Kentucky coal has been studied in batch autoclave experiments, with tetralin or methylnaphthalene as solvents, and several Co-Mo-Al/sub 2/O/sub 3/ catalysts.

In tetralin, an excellent hydrogen-donor solvent, gas phase hydrogen and catalyst are still. The influence of heavy distillate and middle distillate in the coal liquefaction solvent was investigated with a 5 L following conclusions are obtained.(1) Under the coal. Coal or other solid carbonaceous material is fed under a hydrogenation pressure of about 1, to 5, psi, in the absence of a pasting oil, to a closed, cyclic, high pressure system including a hydrogenation reactor and a reformer, and is contacted, preferably in the presence of a hydrogenation catalyst, with a stream of superheated steam, hydrogen and carbon monoxide-containing gases which.

Purchase Catalytic Hydrogenation, Volume 27 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. A typical value for the carbon/hydrogen mass ratio of a bituminous coal is about 15; for gasoline, the value is about 6, and for natural gas, 3.

In terms of an elemental formula, coal might be CHgasoline CH 2, and natural gas CH 4. To make liquid fuel from coal .Comparison of the liquefaction behaviour of a bituminous coal in two different batch autoclaves.

Fuel68 (6), DOI: /(89)HyperCoal (HPC) is ashless coal obtained by a mild thermal extraction of coal to remove unextractable, heavy compounds, and minerals. The temperature and duration of HPC hydrogenation was systematically varied with and without solvent in an autoclave under hydrogen pressure.

Unlike raw coal, hydrogenation of HPC in the absence of solvent proceeded without coke formation when the .