Developing a catalyst deactivation method by cyclic metal deposition protocol (CMD) for simulating equilibrium fluid cracking catalyst in Dung Quat refinery
In this paper, the authors established the conditions for simulating equilibrium catalyst by cyclic metal deposition protocol (CMD) in a system of equipment designed and constructed at the Petrovietnam Research and Development Centre for Petroleum Processing (PVPro) of the Vietnam Petroleum Institute through repeated cycles of reaction, stripping and regeneration. The results indicated that the physiochemical properties and catalytic activities of the simulated catalyst were similar to those of equilibrium catalyst in Dung Quat Refinery. It is found that this method plays an important role in simulating equilibrium catalyst for catalyst study, supporting technical and economic points for evaluation and selection of catalysts which meet the refinery’s needs.
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