The carbonization of a petroleum residue using a tube bomb in a molten tin bath under pressurized and rapid heating rate conditions was examined as a model for a delayed coker. Such a carbonization provided a lump coke whose macro and micro appearance and bulk density were comparable to those of a needle coke produced in a delayed coker for the same feedstock. The influences of carbonization conditions on the coke properties were studied.
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Extended Abstracts and Program - Biennial Conference on Carbon|
|Publication status||Published - 1985|
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