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oxidation/gasification of retored oil shale
William J Thomson
by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||William J. Thomson, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Idaho|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Energy, University of Idaho. Dept. of Chemical Engineering|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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Shale oil extraction is an industrial process for unconventional oil production. This process converts kerogen in oil shale into shale oil by pyrolysis, hydrogenation, or thermal dissolution. The resultant shale oil is used as fuel oil or upgraded to meet refinery feedstock specifications by adding hydrogen and removing sulfur and nitrogen ock: Oil shale. Ind. Eng. Chem. Proc. Des. Dev. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS.
OIL GASIFICATION AND PARTIAL OXIDATION OF NATURAL GAS. Technologies for the gasification of liquid and gaseous feeds were developed at the end of the s by Texaco, and in the early s by Shell. These two technologies have dominated this segment of the market since that time. viii and approaches could be adapted to other coal conversion and combustion problems, we have not considered combustion or gasification in fluidized or fixed beds or in situ processes. In addition, we have not considered other fossil-fuel combustion problems associated with oil shale, tar sands.
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All of the gasification experiments were conducted with the same apparatus employed in the earlier oxidation work.
As before, powdered shale samples ( mesh) of previously retorted oil shale from the Parachute Creek member in Colorado were suspended from an electrobalance and placed in a.
Get this from a library. The oxidation/gasification of retorted oil shale: final report (Anvil Pts shale). [William J Thomson; United States. Department of Energy.; University of. The rich oil shale deposits on the W. slope of the Rocky Mt.
consitute a potential source of fuel several times as great as the identified reserves of U.S. oil, and processes for extracting synthetic crude oil from the thick seams of brown-black rock have been ready to go for 15 yr. Technologically, the production of synthetic crude oil from shale is a simple process.
Exploration and exploitation of oil shale are of increasing interest to the countries with scarce oil reserves. Retorting technology is applied to produce shale oil. However, most of retorting processes waste detrital oil shale and the remaining gas, leading to low economic benefit.
An integrated oil shale refinery process with coal gasification in supercritical water is proposed for better Cited by: Experimental investigation of gasification of oil shale dust in a counterflow moving bed filtration combustion reactor was carried out.
The process wa. This and the presence of significant quantities of CO 2 lower the attractiveness of Antrim char as a source of synthesis gas or hydrogen. (Keywords kinetics; gasification; oil shale char) The Devonian, or 'eastern', oil shales of the USA represent a huge resource with estimated petroleum reserves between xl09 and 3xl by: 9.
The current research involves characteristics of pyrolysis and thermo-oxidation of Estonian oil shale (OS) and its char. Non-isothermal and isothermal thermal analysis methods were used to characterise and compare the specifics of these processes under air and oxy-combustion conditions using Ar, CO2, O2 and their mixtures.
The study of reaction kinetics including pyrolysis and oxidation Cited by: 6. Oil shale ash is a material that could be used as a low cost catalyst for biomass gasification processes.
This article analyses the catalytic effect of oil shale ash on CO 2 gasification of reed and leached wheat straw chars. A thermogravimetric analyser operated at atmospheric pressure and two different partial pressures of CO 2 such as atm and 1 atm were by: 1.
Secondary pyrolysis of products of Israeli oil shale processing was studied in a two-stage bench-scale unit. The gas and oil vapors generated from the primary pyrolysis were sent to the converter for the secondary pyrolysis at temperatures of − °C.
The oil yield on kerogen decreased from % at the pyrolysis temperature of °C to % at °C. The gas yield increased in the Cited by: Moreover, Dogan and Uysal report Turkish spent oil shale surface areas in the range from 19 to m 2 g −1 of spent shale with the exception of Himmetoglu spent oil shale sample pyrolyzed at °C, which is reported to have a surface area as high as m 2 g − by: James G.
Speight, in Heavy Oil Recovery and Upgrading, Texaco Partial Oxidation Process. The Texaco partial oxidation process (Texaco gasification process) is a partial oxidation gasification process for generating synthetic gas, principally hydrogen and carbon monoxide (synthesis gas and syngas) (Chadeesingh, ).The characteristic of the process is to inject feedstock together.
The non-catalytic partial oxidation of hydrocarbons takes place in a refractory-lined reactor. The syngas reducing fuel oil demand Gasification Reactor Syngas Effluent Reactor A typical gasification process scheme.
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Thermo-oxidation characteristics of oil shale and oil shale char under oxy-fuel combustion conditions. Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry(1), DOI: /s Luwei Pan, Fangqin Dai, Guangqiang Li, Shuang by: Get this from a library.
Auto-oxidation potential of raw and retored oil shale. [D A Green; Hazardous Waste Engineering Research Laboratory.].
As a "partial oxidation" process, the major combustible products of gasification are carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen, with only a minor portion of the carbon completely oxidized to carbon dioxide (CO 2). The heat produced by the partial oxidation provides most of the energy required to drive the endothermic gasification reactions.
Reaction rate kinetics were determined for the oxidation and gasification of oil shale char produced by retorting oil shale from the Anvil Points area of Colorado. Variables investigated included the effect of retorting rate .3 to 17/sup 0/C/min) on the char quantity and quality as well as a range of concentrations and temperatures pertinent to char gasification.
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Pulverized-Coal Combustion and Gasification Theory and Applications for Continuous Flow Processes This part of the book provides recommended values of coefficients and parameters for treating complex reacting flows. coal combustion flow flows fluid foundation fuel heat transfer kinetics model oil shale oxidation phase structure.Synthetic fuels are generally understood to include liquid and gaseous fuels, as well as clean solid fuels, produced by the conversion of coal, oil shale, or tar sands, and various forms of biomass.The way to decrease the process temperature and pressure is to use catalytic wet oxidation (CWO).
The catalytic effect of an Estonian oil shale alkaline ash (waste material of multicomponent composition forming in high quantities at heat and power production based on firing of local low-grade carbonaceous fossil fuel) in WO of lignin containing Author: M.
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