Cryogenic technologies for storage of oil and oil products
Technologies and principles of operation of plants for recovery of light hydrocarbon fractions (LHF) by direct liquefaction of LHF in low-temperature Stirling machines and use of an intermediate loop containing liquid nitrogen are discussed.
KeywordsNitrogen Hydrocarbon Liquid Nitrogen Mineral Resource Liquefaction
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