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Cracking (chemistry) - Wikipedia

The catalytic cracking process involves the presence of solid acid catalysts, usually silica-alumina and zeolites. The catalysts promote the formation of carbocations, which undergo processes of rearrangement and scission of C-C bonds. Relative to thermal cracking, cat cracking proceeds at milder temperatures, which saves energy.

Thermal Cracking - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Thermal cracking is a free radical chain reaction which determines the product distribution during thermal cracking—a significant feature of such reactions is the resistance of hydrocarbon free radicals to isomerization. For example, thermal cracking does not produce any degree of branching in the products (by migration of an alkyl group ...

Ethylene Production via Cracking of Ethane-Propane ...

Cracking and quenching. Initially, an ethane-propane mixture is fed to furnaces in which, under high-severity conditions, it is cracked, forming ethylene, propylene and other byproducts. The furnace outlet stream is subsequently fed to a water-based quench, to prevent further reactions and formation of undesirable byproducts.

Avoid Thermal Shock and Cracking in Precast Concrete ...

Further, under 4.5.4 Plant Requirements, it is now mandatory for precast plants to verify that concrete does not exceed a maximum temperature as outlined in section 4.5.1 according to mix design, concrete mass, and curing conditions. How to avoid thermal shock and cracking in precast plants

Thermal Cracking - Set Laboratories

Because thermal cracking is a closed process, the primary potential for fire is from leaks or releases of liquids, gases, or vapors reaching an ignition source such as a heater. . In coking, temperature control must often be held within a 10°-20° F range, as high temperatures will produce coke that is too hard to cut out of the drum.

Cracking and related refinery processes

Very recently a cracking plant has come on stream in Singapore in which crude oil itself is the feedstock, the first time that this has been done. The advantages of this are that it cuts out the expensive distillation processes needed, for example to produce naphtha, and that it produces a wider range of products.

Used Ethylene Plants for Sale at Phoenix Equipment

Phoenix Equipment has this 36,000 TPY Ethylene (ET) Production plant immediately available. The plant primarily consists of thermal cracking furnaces and low temperature fractionation equipment for the production of a high purity ethylene stream that feeds the Ethylene Oxide Production Unit.

Fluid catalytic cracking - Wikipedia

Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) is one of the most important conversion processes used in petroleum refineries.It is widely used to convert the high-boiling, high-molecular weight hydrocarbon fractions of petroleum crude oils into more valuable gasoline, olefinic gases, and other products. Cracking of petroleum hydrocarbons was originally done by thermal cracking, which has been almost ...

Thermal Cracking - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Thermal cracking of propane in tubular reactors inside thermal cracking furnace will be the topic of this paper. The model is developed based on first principle and validated dynamically by comparing the simulated results against pilot plant data.

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