Mominou Nchare1,沈本贤2,Solomon G. Anagho3
摘要： Lumping procedure was used to predict the kinetics of products distribution during delayed coking process. The resulting distillate of delayed coking process was separated into fractions according to their boiling points, and gasoline and diesel being our fractions of concern. The activation energy was higher for gasoline production (around 60Kcal/mol) varying with the type of feed system, while it was 33Kcal/mol for diesel fraction. The regression coefficient R and F test indicate that the model fit well to the experimental data at low thermal conversion; therefore, the model can predict the cracking reaction of heavy feedstock occurring in the coking drum of delayed coking unit.