Manufacture of Motor Fuels on IK-30-BIMT Catalyst
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The possibility of manufacturing high-octane gasolines and winter diesel fuel with a low n-alkane and aromatic hydrocarbon content from high-sulfur petroleum distillates with an endpoint under 350°C in one stage was demonstrated. The octane number of the gasolines is regulated by the mass feedstock space velocity. The catalyst used allows obtaining environmentally clean high-octane gasolines and diesel fuels without additional hydrotreating.
KeywordsPetroleum Hydrocarbon Endpoint Diesel Gasoline
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