Mechanochemical Synthesis of Fine Carbide-Containing Catalysts for Hydroconversion of Heavy Oil Residues

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Issue
Химия. Chemistry. 2018 11 (4)
Authors
Vasilevich, Anastasia V.; Baklanova, Olga N.; Golinskij, Dmitrij V.; Trenihin, Mihail V.; Lavrenov, Aleksandr V.
Contact information
Vasilevich, Anastasia V.: Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing SB RAS 54 Neftezavodskaya Str., Omsk, 644040, Russia; ; Baklanova, Olga N.: Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing SB RAS 54 Neftezavodskaya Str., Omsk, 644040, Russia; Golinskij, Dmitrij V.: Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing SB RAS 54 Neftezavodskaya Str., Omsk, 644040, Russia; Trenihin, Mihail V.: Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing SB RAS 54 Neftezavodskaya Str., Omsk, 644040, Russia; Lavrenov, Alexander V.: Institute of Hydrocarbons Processing SB RAS 54 Neftezavodskaya Str., Omsk, 644040, Russia
Keywords
mechanical activation; catalyst; molybdenum carbide; hydroconversion
Abstract

Fine molybdenum-carbide catalytic systems were obtained by the method of mechanical activation in an inert atmosphere. The composition and morphology were investigated, the catalytic behavior of molybdenum-carbide systems was estimated in the hydrotreatment process of vacuum residue. In the presence of a molybdenum-carbide catalyst, a decrease in the coke yield by more than three times is observed compared to the coke content obtained with the same temperature-time parameters of the process without a catalyst

Pages
564-574
Paper at repository of SibFU
http://elib.sfu-kras.ru/handle/2311/109218