Study of Heavy Hydrocarbon Stock Separation by Single-Pass Flash Vaporization
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The work is aimed at solving a scientific problem related to the development of an energy-saving technology for primary heavy hydrocarbon stock processing based on single-pass flash vaporization. Single-pass flash vaporization is enhanced by atomization of heated stock in the apparatus. The phase interface increases several times in this process, making supramolecular convective mass transfer comparable with diffusional transfer, thereby ensuring more than a three-fold increase in the distillate yield in the heavy-oil treatment process with densification of the residual product.
Keywordsheavy oil single-pass vaporization atomization distillate oil residue
The work was performed under the auspices of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Development Program of Higher Educational Institution Kazan National Research Technological University for 2010-2019. The work was performed using a subsidy for state support of Kazan Federal University for Improving its Competitiveness Among Leading Global Scientific Educational Centers.
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