By Robert A. Meyers
Instruction manual comprises the most recent applied sciences within the box of petroleum refining tactics. presents a close description and assessment of technique chemistry and thermodynamics, product and spinoff requirements, wastes, and emissions. elevated to incorporate 50% new fabric. prior ed: c1997. DLC: Petroleum--Refining--Handbooks, manuals, and so on.
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Meister, and Franz-Marcus Nowak UOP Des Plaines, Ilinois INTRODUCTION The UOP* HF Alkylation process for motor fuel production catalytically combines light olefins, which are usually mixtures of propylene and butylenes, with isobutane to produce a branched-chain paraffinic fuel. The alkylation reaction takes place in the presence of hydrofluoric (HF) acid under conditions selected to maximize alkylate yield and quality. The alkylate product possesses excellent antiknock properties and high-octane because of its high content of highly branched paraffins.