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Journal:   IRANIAN JOURNAL OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSACTION B- ENGINEERING   2003 , Volume 27 , Number B2; Page(s) 279 To 290.
 
Paper: 

A KINETIC AND DEACTIVATION MODEL FOR INDUSTRIAL CATALYTIC NAPHTHA REFORMING

 
 
Author(s):  RAHIMPOUR M.R.*, ESMAILI S., BAGHERI YAZDI S.A.
 
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Abstract: 
A kinetic model for catalytic naphtha reforming has been developed and used to study the naphtha reformers at Shiraz refinery. The impact of inlet temperature, operating pressure and catalyst mass distribution on the performance of the reactors has been examined. The results indicated an increase an increase in the aromatic yield with inlet temperature, where changes in operating pressure had no appreciable impact on the yield. This model also estimates catalyst deactivation where the deactivation parameters have been estimated using the plant data. The model allows calculation of weighted average inlet temperature to compensate the effect of catalyst deactivation on production yield. The optimum catalyst mass distribution for maximum aromatic yield estimated by the model for the reformers in Shiraz refinery was 0.3/0.3/0.4
 
Keyword(s): NAPHTHA REFORMING, KINETIC MODELING, CATALYST DEACTIVATION, SIMULATION, SIMULATION, CATALYST DISTRIBUTION NAPHTHA REFORMING, KINETIC MODELING, CATALYST DEACTIVATION, SIMULATION, SIMULATION, CATALYST DISTRIBUTION NAPHTHA REFORMING, KINETIC MODELING, CATALYST DEACTIVATION, SIMULATION, SIMULATION, CATALYST DISTRIBUTION
 
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