Raw hydrocarbon hydroconversion method

FIELD: machine building.

SUBSTANCE: invention relates to the hydroconversion method for raw hydrocarbons in the mix with the circulating part of the hydroconversion vacuum residue by a high-aromatic modifier, dispersion of a catalyst precursor and hydrogen-containing gas which is supplied in the amount of maximum 800 nm3 per 1 m3 of raw material in terms of hydrogen and of minimum the value of chemical hydrogen demand. The above is carried out in a reactor with an internal circular baffle plate which adjoins the reactor top in a pressure tight way and forms axial and circular cavities, and with separation space at the top of the circular cavity. Hydroconversion gas is removed from the separation space, liquid hydroconversion product is removed from the top of the axial cavity, circulating reaction mass is removed from the bottom of the reactor's circular cavity, cooled and delivered for mixing with heated raw liquid-vapour mixture, the temperature of the liquid hydroconversion product is kept close to the upper limit of the hydroconversion temperature range, the temperature of the heated raw mixture and the temperature of the circulating reaction mass are kept close to the lower limit of the hydroconversion temperature range. Hydroconversion products are separated and rectified to isolate light fractions, heavy gas oil and vacuum residue, part of the latter is recirculated, and the balance part is recovered to produce regenerated catalyst precursor.

EFFECT: reduction of power inputs and metal consumption of equipment along with the provision for high yield of light fractions.

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The invention relates to a method of hydroperiod (hydroconversion) hydrocarbons, including processes with the removal of heteroatoms without changing the skeleton recycle hydrocarbons, including without cracking on nukiyama hydrocarbons (Hydrotreating), with cracking on nukiyama hydrocarbons (hydrocracking), processes with a change in the structural skeleton of some of the hydrocarbons present in the mixture, without cracking or cracking other hydrocarbons (hydrodeparafinisation) and similar processes carried out in the presence of dispersion of the catalyst is uniformly distributed in the reaction mass, and may find application in the oil industry.

For processes hydroperiod in which chemical transformations of the raw material components are accompanied, as a rule, a considerable amount of heat release, it is important to ensure the process conditions that are close to isothermal in the field of optimal temperatures. Overheating of the reaction mixture leads to increased gas and, as a rule, coxworthy, loss of catalyst activity and reduce the yield of the target products. Ensuring optimal temperature conditions when hydroperiod is a complex technical task.

Known control system, method and apparatus for continuous liquid-phase g is topiramate in U.S. Pat. Of the Russian Federation No. 2411285, C10G 47/00, C10G 45/02, publ. 10.02.2011, which describes a method comprising the use of a reactor with axial input of raw materials, which in steady state running at a given temperature and has an upper zone for gas and the lower zone is much larger for hydrogen dissolved in the mixture of the fluids surrounding the catalyst, these liquid minimize fluctuations mentioned predetermined temperature. The method includes the sequential mixing the liquid hydrocarbon with a liquid diluent and hydrogen to obtain a homogeneous liquid phase mixture, its interaction in the reactor on the surface of the solid catalyst with getting the reacted fluid, excess gaseous hydrogen and light gaseous hydrocarbons, regulation of the liquid level in the reactor by controlling the gas pressure due to changes in the number of added hydrogen and removal of excess gas from the reactor.

The disadvantage of this method is the low speed of hydroperiod due to diffusion limitations in supply of reactants to the surface of the solid catalyst and the removal of reaction products from the surface of a solid catalyst, which leads to the necessity of using low volumetric flow rates of the raw materials (from 0.4 to 1.0 h-1and reactors a large volume of the mA and the metal. High hydraulic resistance of the layer of the solid catalyst inherent reactors with axial input of raw materials, leads to the necessity of using granules of the catalyst is large, which further reduces the active surface of the catalyst, increases the diffusion resistance, reduces the activity of the catalyst and the rate of the process, further increasing the volume and intensity of the reactor.

Closest to the claimed invention to the technical nature of the way hydroconversion heavy hydrocarbons [C. Hajiyev, X. Kadiev. The future of deep processing of oil: made in Russia. The Chemical Journal. 2009, No. 9, p.35 (http://tcj.ru/2009/9/Inhs.pdf)], which includes heating to a temperature of hydroconversion in the interval 435-450°C raw material mixture obtained by serial dilution of the raw material with the circulating part of the vacuum residue of hydroconversion, reference to ha modifier, ultrafine emulsion of an aqueous solution of precursor of the catalyst in raw materials (dispersion of the catalyst precursor) and with part of the hydrogen-containing gas, 've got a hydro conversion of the raw mix in a capacitive reactor without the interface, the height of which serves parts of the remaining amount of the hydrogen-containing gas for cooling the reaction mass. Products hydroconversion withdrawn from the reactor, mixed with cold n the current light vacuum gas oil and subjected to separation and fractionation emitting circulating stream of hydrogen containing gas, light fractions, heavy gas oil and vacuum residue, part of which is recycled, and the carrying portion disposed to receive the regenerated catalyst precursor.

The main disadvantage of this method is the temperature in the reactor at an optimal temperature of hydroconversion, which in reactors industrial size cannot provide a predetermined depth of the conversion of raw materials and there is an increased gas and coke formation, which reduces the yield of light fractions.

In addition, to reduce the temperature in the reactor is required to apply 800-1500 nm3hydrogen for 1 m3raw materials that are 3-6 times greater than its chemical consumption. Circulation and cleaning of the large volume of circulating hydrogen gas requires high energy consumption and the use of bulky equipment.

The objective of the invention is the reduction of energy consumption and metal consumption of the equipment while ensuring a high yield of light fractions.

The technical result that can be obtained by carrying out the method:

- reducing energy consumption and metal consumption of the equipment by reducing the supply of hydrogen containing gas and reducing the amount of equipment

- ensuring a high yield of light fractions due to optimal temperature conditions in the reactor.

Specified technical is such a result is achieved by in a certain way through hydroconversion in capacitive reactor heated to a temperature of hydroconversion raw material mixture obtained by mixing the raw material with the circulating part of the vacuum residue of hydroconversion, reference to ha modifier dispersion of the catalyst precursor and a hydrogen-containing gas separation and fractionation products hydroconversion emitting light fractions, heavy gas oil and vacuum residue, part of which is recycled, and the carrying portion disposed to receive the regenerated catalyst precursor, a feature is that

the heated feed mixture is additionally mixed with pre-cooled circulating reaction mass,

the've got a hydro conversion is carried out in a reactor with an inner annular wall, hermetically attached to the top of the reactor and forming axial and annular cavity, and a separation space at the top of the ring cavity,

this separation of space derive gas hydroconversion, from the top of the axial cavity output liquid product hydroconversion, from the bottom of the annular cavity of the reactor output circulating reaction mass which is cooled and fed to the mixing with the heated raw material of the liquid-vapor mixture,

as the temperature of the liquid product hydroconversion support the side close to the upper limit of the temperature interval of hydroconversion, the temperature of the heated raw material mixture, and the temperature of the circulating reaction mass support close to the lower boundary of the temperature interval of hydroconversion,

in addition, the hydrogen-containing gas is fed in an amount of not more than 800 nm31 m3raw materials based on hydrogen and not less chemical consumption of hydrogen.

Additional mixing of the heated raw mix with pre-cooled circulating reaction mass can reduce the temperature of the raw mix to the lower limit of the interval of temperature hydroconversion, to dissolve a larger amount of hydrogen in the reaction mass, thereby reducing the diffusion resistance of the process of hydroconversion and increase its speed. The circulating cooling of the reaction mixture allows to obtain energy, high-pressure steam and use it, for example, to drive the dynamic of the equipment, thereby reducing energy costs.

The implementation of hydroconversion in the reactor with an inner annular wall, hermetically attached to the top of the reactor and forming axial and annular cavity, and a separation space at the top of the ring cavity, allows for the two reactor cavity, the annular cavity is the main part of the process of hydroconversion, and in the axial cavity of origin Taiwan is the CIO chemical transformation of residual hydrogen, dissolved in the liquid product hydroconversion output from the reactor, and thereby reduce the loss of hydrogen.

The presence in the reactor of the separation space allows the reactor to additionally perform the function of the hot separator, thereby to prevent its use and to reduce the metal content.

The temperature of the liquid product hydroconversion output from the reactor, close to the upper limit of the temperature interval of hydroconversion, allows to increase the output of gasoline, diesel fractions and reduce the formation of coke while maintaining the high speed of the process.

The temperature of the heated raw material mixture, and the temperature of the circulating reaction mass close to the lower boundary of the temperature interval of hydroconversion allows you to maintain optimum temperature of hydroconversion throughout the reactor volume.

The flow of hydrogen containing gas in an amount of not more than 800 nm31 m3raw materials in the calculation of the hydrogen reduces the energy consumption for circulation and reduce the metal content.

When implementing hydroconversion heated feed mixture (I)containing raw materials, reference to ha modifier, part of the vacuum residue of hydroconversion, the aqueous dispersion of the catalyst and the hydrogen-containing gas is mixed with recirculating R the promotional weight of (II), pre-cooled, for example, in the heat exchanger 1, and at a temperature close to the lower limit of the temperature interval of hydroconversion, served in a capacitive reactor 2 below the separation space 3. Gas hydroconversion (III) is removed from the separation space 3 located in the annular cavity 4, and processed in a known manner. Liquid product hydroconversion (IV) is removed from the top of the axial cavity 5 at a temperature close to the upper limit of the temperature interval of hydroconversion, and processed in a known manner. Circulating reaction mass of (II) is removed from the bottom of the annular cavity 4 of the reactor 2 and serves for mixing with the raw material mixture (I) (1).

The invention is illustrated by the following example.

The heated feed mixture (100 wt.%), containing 62% by weight. (hereinafter,% wt. per raw mix) straight-run fuel oil Oreshkova NGM (density at 20°C 920 kg/m3the pour point of 0°C, the sulfur content of 0.68% wt.), 30% wt. heavy gas oil of hydroconversion as a reference to ha modifier, 8% of vacuum residue of hydroconversion, stabilized with surfactant dispersion of molybdenum containing catalyst (0.03% of the raw mixture per Mo), is mixed with a hydrogen-containing gas supplied in the amount of 400 nm3/m3MAZ is one mixed reaction mass hydroconversion supplied in the ratio of 4:1 to the raw material mixture, and a temperature of 435°C served in the capacitive reactor, which is at a pressure of 6.5 MPa and a feed rate of the raw material mixture, 2.5 h-1in the calculation of the oil perform've got a hydro conversion of the raw material mixture with the receipt of 6.9% wt. gas and 95.5% wt. liquid product from which emit 82,6% wt. distillate fractions, wikipaedia at temperatures below 560°C and 12.9% wt. vacuum residue >560°C, 8% wt. which recycle in the raw mixture. Of gas into the circulating hydrogen gas, sour gas and 5.7 wt.%. hydrocarbon gas. From distillate fractions allocate 30% wt. heavy gas oil of hydroconversion and 52.6% wt. the amount of light fractions.

The degree of conversion of fuel oil amounted to about 92%, the yield of light fractions to 85%.

From this example it follows that the proposed method allows to process heavy hydrocarbon feedstock with a high conversion and a high yield of light fractions at low supply hydrogen-containing gas.

The proposed method can find application in the oil industry.

How hydroconversion heavy hydrocarbons, comprising've got a hydro conversion in a capacitive reactor heated to a temperature of hydroconversion raw material mixture obtained by mixing the raw material with the circulating part of the vacuum residue guy is reconversion, reference to ha modifier dispersion of the catalyst precursor and a hydrogen-containing gas separation and fractionation products hydroconversion emitting light fractions, heavy gas oil and vacuum residue, part of which is recycled, and the carrying portion disposed to receive the regenerated catalyst precursor, wherein the heated feed mixture is additionally mixed with pre-cooled circulating reaction mass, 've got a hydro conversion is carried out in a reactor with an inner annular wall, hermetically attached to the top of the reactor and forming axial and annular cavity, and a separation space at the top of the annular cavity of the separation space of the output gas hydroconversion, from the top of the axial cavity output liquid product hydroconversion, from the bottom of the annular cavity of the reactor output circulating reaction mass which is cooled and fed to the mixing with the heated raw material of the liquid-vapor mixture, and the temperature of the liquid product hydroconversion support close to the upper limit of the temperature interval of hydroconversion, the temperature of the heated raw material mixture, and the temperature of the circulating reaction mass support close to the lower boundary of the temperature interval of hydroconversion, in addition, water is odatabase the gas is fed in an amount of not more than 800 nm 31 m3raw materials based on hydrogen and not less chemical consumption of hydrogen.



 

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23 cl, 7 ex, 5 tbl, 2 dwg

FIELD: petroleum processing.

SUBSTANCE: catalytic cracking gasoline is first subjected to hydrofining and then separated into light [boiling start -110(150)°C] and heavy [110(150)°C-dry point] fractions. The latter is divided into two streams, one being returned into hydrofining stage to be combined with raw gasoline and the other being compounded with light hydrofined fraction and withdrawn from system as motor gasoline component (sulfur level 0.04-0.1%). Process allows preferably of catalytic cracking gasoline with sulfur level below 0.1% (lack of mercaptan sulfur) with minimum loss in octane number in refined gasoline.

EFFECT: enhanced process efficiency.

3 cl, 3 ex

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