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A must-have text for process engineers, refinery schedulers, planners, and managers, this book presents an organized look at the yield data and properties of products from refinery processes and how to use this information in performing process economics studies of various types. Further, operating and capital costs are discussed for economic evaluation of both single processes and complete refineries. Yield correlations are presented for all of the important, commercially-established petroleum refinery processes. Each correlation is accompanied by operating requirements plus the capital cost of a typical unit. Content: Front Matter • List of Figures • List of Tables • List of Acronyms • Preface • Table of Contents •Section A: Introduction 1. Introduction 2. Correlation Methodology 3. Crude Oils, Hydrocarbons, and Refinery Products 4. Refinery Processing - An Overview 5. Energy Resources and Transportation Fuels 6. The Environment and the Refiner 7. Crude Oil Processing •Section B: Residual Oil Processing 8. Solvent Deasphalting 9. Visbreaking and Aquaconversion 10. Delayed Coking 11. Fluid Coking/Flexicoking •Section C: Heavy Distillate Processing 12. Fluid Catalytic Cracking 13. Heavy Oil Cracker 14. Hydrocracking 15. Hydrotreating •Section D: Light Distillate Processing 16. Naphtha Desulfurization 17. Catalytic Reforming •Section E: Light Hydrocarbon Processing 18. Isomerization 19. Alkylation 20. Catalytic Polymerization 21. Catalytic Dehydrogenation •Section F: Oxygenates 22. Oxygenates •Section G: Treating and other Auxiliary Processes 23. Aromatics Extraction 24. Hydrogen Manufacture 25. Sour Water Stripping 26. Sweetening 27. Acid Gas Removal 28. Sulfur Recovery 29. Tail Gas Cleanup • 30. Waste Treatment and Waste Disposal •Section H: Blending 31. Blending •Section I: Process Economics 32. Economics • Appendix • Glossary Index
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