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Participation in the HRI coal/oil co-processing program. Final report; Beteiligung am HRI-Coprocessing-Programm. Abschlussbericht

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Abstract

The object of the programme is testing and continued development of the simultaneous conversion of coal and residual oil. The technology being developed is the HRI Coal/Oi l Co-Processing Technology based on two-stage catalytic, ebullated-bed processing. According to the objectives of the application for subsidy the main of the investigations was to demonstrate the viability of the simultaneous hydrogenation of different combinations of residual oils and coals yielding valuable distillate oils. Maya AR + VR, Cold Lake and Hondo residuum were processed with lignite, sub-bituminous coals and the high volatile bituminous Westerholt coal. Except for minor problems smooth operations were experienced without any precipitation of asphaltenes or coking evaluating the co-processing performance of different feed-stock combinations. High 524deg C{sup +} conversion rates of > 90% and high liquid product yields of > 80% were achieved. The data base for scale-up purposes was considerably expanded. A commercial assessment of the HRI Co-Processing Technology can be implemented on the basis of the obtained results. A conceptual commercial plant design was performed. (orig.) With 16 tabs., 2 figs. [Deutsch] Ziel des Vorhabens ist die Erprobung und Weiterentwicklung des HRI-Verfahrens zur gemeinsamen Hydrierung von Kohle und Rueckstandsoelen (Coprocessing), das auf der H-Oil/H-Coal-Technologie basiert. Entsprechend  More>>
Publication Date:
Oct 26, 1990
Product Type:
Miscellaneous
Report Number:
ETDE-mf-2766059
Reference Number:
SCA: 010405; 020500; PA: DE-92:000822; SN: 92000656941
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 26 Oct 1990
Subject:
01 COAL, LIGNITE, AND PEAT; 02 PETROLEUM; COAL; HYDROGENATION; LIQUEFACTION; PETROLEUM RESIDUES; H-COAL PROCESS; H-OIL PROCESS; BROWN COAL; OIL YIELDS; OPERATIONS RESEARCH; COST ESTIMATION; 010405; 020500; HYDROGENATION AND LIQUEFACTION; PRODUCTS AND BY-PRODUCTS
OSTI ID:
10116629
Research Organizations:
Ruhrkohle AG, Essen (Germany); Bundesministerium fuer Forschung und Technologie, Bonn (Germany)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE92766059; CNN: Contract BMFT 0326581A; TRN: DE9200822
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only)
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
38 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Dohms, K D, and Hechtfisch, J. Participation in the HRI coal/oil co-processing program. Final report; Beteiligung am HRI-Coprocessing-Programm. Abschlussbericht. Germany: N. p., 1990. Web.
Dohms, K D, & Hechtfisch, J. Participation in the HRI coal/oil co-processing program. Final report; Beteiligung am HRI-Coprocessing-Programm. Abschlussbericht. Germany.
Dohms, K D, and Hechtfisch, J. 1990. "Participation in the HRI coal/oil co-processing program. Final report; Beteiligung am HRI-Coprocessing-Programm. Abschlussbericht." Germany.
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title = {Participation in the HRI coal/oil co-processing program. Final report; Beteiligung am HRI-Coprocessing-Programm. Abschlussbericht}
author = {Dohms, K D, and Hechtfisch, J}
abstractNote = {The object of the programme is testing and continued development of the simultaneous conversion of coal and residual oil. The technology being developed is the HRI Coal/Oi l Co-Processing Technology based on two-stage catalytic, ebullated-bed processing. According to the objectives of the application for subsidy the main of the investigations was to demonstrate the viability of the simultaneous hydrogenation of different combinations of residual oils and coals yielding valuable distillate oils. Maya AR + VR, Cold Lake and Hondo residuum were processed with lignite, sub-bituminous coals and the high volatile bituminous Westerholt coal. Except for minor problems smooth operations were experienced without any precipitation of asphaltenes or coking evaluating the co-processing performance of different feed-stock combinations. High 524deg C{sup +} conversion rates of > 90% and high liquid product yields of > 80% were achieved. The data base for scale-up purposes was considerably expanded. A commercial assessment of the HRI Co-Processing Technology can be implemented on the basis of the obtained results. A conceptual commercial plant design was performed. (orig.) With 16 tabs., 2 figs. [Deutsch] Ziel des Vorhabens ist die Erprobung und Weiterentwicklung des HRI-Verfahrens zur gemeinsamen Hydrierung von Kohle und Rueckstandsoelen (Coprocessing), das auf der H-Oil/H-Coal-Technologie basiert. Entsprechend den im Foerderantrag definierten Arbeitszielen konzentrierten sich die Untersuchungen darauf, nachzuweisen, dass verschiedene Kombinationen von Rueckstandsoelen und Kohlen gemeinsam zu hochwertigen, umweltfreundlichen Destillatoelen hydriert werden koennen. Dabei kamen die Oele Mexican Maya VR + AR, Cold Lake VR und Hondo VR in Mischung mit Braunkohle, subbituminoesen Kohlen sowie der bituminoesen Westerholt-Kohle zum Einsatz. Es konnte nachgewiesen werden, dass mit den untersuchten Einsatzkombinationen ein weitgehend stoerungsfreier Versuchsbetrieb durchgefuehrt werden kann, ohne dass Unvertraeglichkeiten und Verkokungen auftreten. Es wurden hohe 524deg C{sup +}-Konversionsraten von > 90% und hohe Fluessigproduktausbeuten > 80% erzielt. Die Datenbasis fuer ein Scale-up des Verfahrens in den kommerziellen Massstab wurde erheblich erweitert. Auf der Basis der erzielten Ergebnisse kann die Wirtschaftlichkeit des Verfahrens ermittelt werden. Dazu wurde eine Konzeptdesignstudie fuer eine kommerzielle Anlage ausgearbeitet. (orig.) With 16 tabs., 2 figs.}
place = {Germany}
year = {1990}
month = {Oct}
}