Accession Number : AD0610290

Title :   STUDY OF THE POSSIBILITY OF OBTAINING GAS TURBINE FUEL FROM THE PRODUCTS OF CATALYTIC CRACKING AND COKING,

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : Svetozarova,O. I. ; Zhdanova,V. V. ; Levashova,E. P.

Report Date : 23 DEC 1964

Pagination or Media Count : 11

Abstract : The study of the properties of distilled and residue fuels, is being carried on by the different Russian research organizations. The work is devoted to the study of the physical and chemical properties of distillates, obtained in catalytic cracking of gas oils at the Grozny refineries and the products from contact coking of heavy petroleum residues. The following conclusion were reached: (1) The distillates obtained in catalytic cracking of light raw material, can be used as low-ash, low-congealing components of the fuels for gas turbines. The yield of distillate fuels amounts to 43 to 52.5% of the cracked raw material. (2) For getting light, low-ash gasturbine fuels with traces of vanadium, the process of coking heavy petroleum residues, should be accomplished with recirculation. (3) In contact coking of raw material with recirculation of the sulfurous pitch, tar and cracking residue, the yield of low-ash gasturbine fuel, amounted to 45, 56.2, and 64.4%.

Descriptors :   (*GAS TURBINES, FUELS), (*FUELS, PYROLYSIS), (*PYROLYSIS, FUELS), CATALYSIS, PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, DISTILLATION

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE