The most general control policy has been formulated for a catalytic reforming unit; the general situation of the production of gasolines in the oil refinery considered is taken into account.
The operation of the catalytic reforming unit must be so organized that the profit on the total amount of commercial gasolines prepared by optimum blending of the various components is maximum.
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Rubekin, N.F., Bobkova, N.I. Optimization of a catalytic reforming unit. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 4, 44–47 (1968). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00729558
- General Control
- Control Policy
- General Situation
- Commercial Gasoline