Accession Number : ADA182333
Title : Production of High Energy Aviation Fuels from Advanced Coal Liquids. Phase 1.
Descriptive Note : Final rept. Jun 86-Feb 87,
Corporate Author : STRAT CO SALT LAKE CITY UT
Personal Author(s) : Downen,John
PDF Url : ADA182333
Report Date : Apr 1987
Pagination or Media Count : 80
Abstract : The objective of this program was to assess the feasibility of producing advanced fuels from coal liquids. The coal liquids used in this program were produced from the Close Coupled Integrated Two Stage Liquifaction System (ISTL) plant at Wilsonville Alabama. The liquids were derived from subituminous coal, Wydodack upper seam. from Gillete Wyoming. The coal liquids were distilled into a 300-625 F fraction. Hydrogenation experiments were conducted on this distillate fraction using the Hydrogenation Reactor System (HRS) located at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. SHell 424 nickel/molybdenum catalyst was used for heteroatom removal and aromatics saturation. The report details the analysis of these hydrogenated candidate fuels. Keywords: Aviation fuel, High energy, Coal liquids, Hydrogenation of Coal Liquids, Advanced fuels.
Descriptors : *COAL, *AVIATION FUELS, *REFINING, FRACTIONATION, PRODUCTION, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, DISTILLATES, COST EFFECTIVENESS, CATALYSTS, AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS, BITUMINOUS COAL, HYDROFORMING(CHEMICAL), AROMATIC COMPOUNDS, CATALYSTS, FUELS, HIGH ENERGY, HYDROGENATION, LIQUIDS, OHIO, PRODUCTION, REACTOR SYSTEM COMPONENTS, SATURATION, WYOMING
Subject Categories : Combustion and Ignition
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE