Alkylation of Isobutane by Olefins on Zeolite-Containing Catalysts with in-situ Catalyst Regeneration
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One solution of the problem of deactivating zeolite-containing alkylation catalysts is to use supercritical conditions in the process where the supercritical hydrocarbon fluid that is formed removes the high-molecular-weight condensation products formed on the catalyst surface. This paper reports the results of prolonged pilot tests of catalysts based on modified polycation-decationized Y zeolites in an ultrastable form in alkylation with in-situ catalyst regeneration.
Keywordssolid acid alkylation zeolites alkylate supercritical fluids regeneration
The work was carried out under State Assignment No. 10.1448.2017/4.6.
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