Assessment of oils derived from the co-coking: Best conditions toward the improvement of the jet fuel thermal stability

Maria M. Escallon, Benjamin Carlsen, Caroline Elaine Clifford, Harold H. Schobert

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Abstract

Co-coking is the thermal treatment of a petroleum stream and coal; this technique has been explored in order to include coal-derived components and bring more thermal stability to petroleum distillates. Previous research has identified co-coking as one way to include the desired coal-derived compounds into the jet fuel fraction. An original decant oil was hydrotreated under different severity levels, giving origin to three hydrotreated versions; each decant oil was blended with coal. The conditions are isothermal, varying reaction time and pressure. The main objective is to establish the best conditions to obtain higher amount of coal-derived compounds through the oil assessment. Dr. David Clifford set the method for the GC-MS to characterize oils having a wide-range molecular weight and boiling point distribution; his method was applied to the current work. His training and discussions were decisive to assess the oils using other techniques such as simulated distillation and 1H NMR.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication234th ACS National Meeting, Abstracts of Scientific Papers
StatePublished - 2007
Event234th ACS National Meeting - Boston, MA, United States
Duration: Aug 19 2007Aug 23 2007

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Other234th ACS National Meeting
CountryUnited States
CityBoston, MA
Period8/19/078/23/07

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Coal
Jet fuel
Coking
Oils
Thermodynamic stability
Petroleum distillates
Boiling point
Petroleum
Distillation
Molecular weight
Heat treatment
Nuclear magnetic resonance

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Chemistry(all)

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Escallon, M. M., Carlsen, B., Clifford, C. E., & Schobert, H. H. (2007). Assessment of oils derived from the co-coking: Best conditions toward the improvement of the jet fuel thermal stability. In 234th ACS National Meeting, Abstracts of Scientific Papers
Escallon, Maria M. ; Carlsen, Benjamin ; Clifford, Caroline Elaine ; Schobert, Harold H. / Assessment of oils derived from the co-coking : Best conditions toward the improvement of the jet fuel thermal stability. 234th ACS National Meeting, Abstracts of Scientific Papers. 2007.
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Escallon, MM, Carlsen, B, Clifford, CE & Schobert, HH 2007, Assessment of oils derived from the co-coking: Best conditions toward the improvement of the jet fuel thermal stability. in 234th ACS National Meeting, Abstracts of Scientific Papers. 234th ACS National Meeting, Boston, MA, United States, 8/19/07.

Assessment of oils derived from the co-coking : Best conditions toward the improvement of the jet fuel thermal stability. / Escallon, Maria M.; Carlsen, Benjamin; Clifford, Caroline Elaine; Schobert, Harold H.

234th ACS National Meeting, Abstracts of Scientific Papers. 2007.

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