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Experience in compounding commercial gasolines at Polotsk refinery

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The proposed method for finding optimal formulas in compounding commercial gasolines makes it possible

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    to increase the output of high-octane gasolines by decreasing the upper limit of blend octane number before leading (when there is a reserve of low-octane components and a positive Δrj);

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    to eliminate the need for readjusting formulas, which is very important for operational control of the gasoline compounding process; and

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    to decrease the consumption of ethyl fluid with a positive Δrj and a limited output of gasolines.

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    M. Yu. Rozenfain, Neftepererab. i Neftekhim., No. 3, 14–17 (1966).

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    Methods of Optimal Yearly Planning in Output of Commercial Automotive Gasolines in Petroleum Refineries, on an Industry-Wide Scale [in Russian], Izd. Kuibyshevsk. Plan. Inst., Kuibyshev (1969).

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    K. A. Amiragov, Questions of Unity of Methods and Optimization of Industry-Branch Automated Control Systems [in Russian], Materials of All-Union Conference, Baku, May 1971.

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    N. G. Mikeshina, in: New Ideas in Design of Experiments [in Russian], Collections of articles edited by V. V. Nalimov, Moscow (1969).

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    T. A. Chemleva and N. G. Mikeshina, ibid.

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Translated from Khimiya i Tekhnologiya Topliv i Masel, No. 2, pp. 14–16, February, 1974.

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Shuprin, I.F., Vorob'ev, D.I., Korotkov, P.I. et al. Experience in compounding commercial gasolines at Polotsk refinery. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 10, 100–103 (1974). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00717126

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Keywords

  • Ethyl
  • Gasoline
  • Octane
  • Operational Control
  • Limited Output