The way coking of petroleum residues

 

(57) Abstract:

Describes how coking of petroleum residues, including heating chamber coking, heating of the raw material and submitting it together with the distillate fraction of coking as a coolant in the lower part of the chamber coking. The method differs in that, as specified distillate fractions use fraction 200 - 500°C distillate coking, which before it enters the chamber is heated to coking temperatures above 50 To 60°C temperature of the raw material. While the coolant is fed into the coke box to complete the process of coking raw material in the upper part of the chamber, and the coolant is fed into the coke box for additional heating chamber after the supply of water vapor and vapor of coking. The technical result is to improve the quality of coke. 2 C.p. f-crystals, 1 tab., 1 Il.

The invention relates to the field of oil refining, in particular to methods for delayed coking of petroleum residues, and can be used to produce petroleum coke.

There is a method of coking of petroleum residues, including pre-heating of raw materials, mixing it with a recirculating products of coking at the bottom of the distillation to theoC and at a fraction with the beginning of the boil 500oC, heating fraction with the end of the boil 500oC in a furnace to a temperature above 520oC and serving as a heat carrier, together with the fraction with the beginning of the boil 500oC in the lower part of the coke oven chamber (Ed. mon. N 975778, class C 10 B 55/10, 1981). Before submission of camera raw coking pre-heated water vapor and steam products coking with the next cell.

The disadvantages of this method of coking - low quality coke due to insufficient high temperature coking and due to the uneven temperature coking height of the camera. In addition, the process of acceleration VAT residue leads to additional energy consumption for the creation of a deep vacuum.

Closest to the claimed object to the technical essence is a way of coking of petroleum residues, including heating oil residue, followed by coking in the coking chamber, the exhaust steam and gas products, separating them into fractions with separation of high-boiling fraction with a boiling point above 350oC, which is heated to 480-520oC for 1-8 MPa and the coolant is fed into the coke box (Ed. mon. N 1084286, class C 10 B 55/00, 1977). Before on the.

The disadvantage of this method is the limited temperature of the heated fluid (520oC) and temperature in the chamber coking due to the high temperature end of the coolant boiling (above 500oC), which degrades the quality of coke. In addition, in the lower and upper part of the chamber also produces coke of lower quality because of the lower temperature coking than in the Central portion of the chamber.

The invention is aimed at improving the quality of coke due to the increase of the temperature of coking and align it according to the height of the camera.

This is achieved by the fact that in the method of coking of petroleum residues, including heating chamber coking steam and combined cycle products of coking, heating of the raw material and submitting it together with the distillate fraction of coking as a coolant in the lower part of the chamber coking, as specified distillate fractions use fraction 200-500oC distillate coking, which before it enters the chamber is heated to coking temperatures above 50-60oC temperature of the raw material.

It is advisable specified coolant to continue to serve in the chamber of coking and after cessation of raw material into the chamber to complete prova.

The drawing shows a schematic diagram of the proposed method.

Before the cycle of the coking chamber 1 is heated with water vapor and steam products coking working camera, and then for additional warm-up camera in it served by pipeline 2 coolant. The oil balance pipe 3 is directed in a tubular furnace 4, heated to 380-400oC and served in the distillation column 5 where it contacts with the combined products of coking coming through the pipe 6 from the upper part of the chamber 1. From distillation column 5 the mixture of raw materials with the recirculator coming in column 5 to line 7, serves on line 8 in the lower part of the chamber 1, after heating it in the furnace 9 to 480-500oC. battery distillation columns are selected fraction 200-500oC distillate coking, which is heated to 540-560oC in a tubular furnace 10 and the coolant in the pipe 2 serves in the lower part of the chamber coking in the mixture of raw materials. After the termination of the supply of raw materials continue to supply coolant to the full completion of the coking process in the upper part of the chamber.

Examples 1-3. In the above-described technology is e raw material was used cracking residue sulfur oil with cocking behavior on Conradson 19%. Mode coking, yield and quality of chars obtained are shown in table.

Example 4 (the prototype). Using the same raw materials as in examples 1-3 was obtained coke in the method prototype to pilot the delayed coking unit. As a coolant selected from the distillation column heavy distillate fraction 350-525oC, which prior to being fed into the coke box was heated to 520oC. Mode of coking, yield and quality of the coke obtained is shown in the same table.

As can be seen from the table, the proposed method (examples 1-3) coke is produced of higher quality (higher density, mechanical strength, following the release of volatile substances, the specific resistivity) than the prototype method (example 4). In addition, the yield of coke increased to 32% wt

Thus, using as a coolant fraction 200-500oC distillate coking, which prior to being fed into the lower part of the chamber coking heated at 50-60oC higher than the raw materials, the supply of the specified fluid to complete the coking raw material in the upper part, as well as additional heating chamber coking this carrier will provide in comparison with the prototype of the received coke.

It should be noted that the proposed method can be used to get coke is of the same quality as in the prototype, this will increase the turnaround mileage installation coking by reducing coking of the tubes.

1. The way coking of petroleum residues, including heating chamber coking, heating of the raw material and submitting it together with the distillate fraction of coking as a coolant in the lower part of the chamber coking, characterized in that, as specified distillate fractions use fraction 200 - 500oC distillate coking, which before it enters the chamber is heated to coking temperature above 50 - 60oC temperature of the raw material.

2. The method according to p. 1, characterized in that the heat carrier is fed into the coke box to complete the process of coking raw material in the upper part of the chamber.

3. The method according to PP.1 and 2, characterized in that the heat carrier is fed into the coke box for additional heating chamber after the supply of water vapor and vapor of coking.

 

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