The Study of the Influence of Loads Chemical Composition in the Coking Process on the Efficiency and the Quality of Coke

Author(s): H. Mimoun, F Hennaoui and M Kerboua

This research was achieved in order to allow the study of the chemical composition impact of the coking process load on the efficacy and the quality of coke. For this reason, the coking of the following loads was realized: Atmospheric residue (RAT), vacuum Residue (RSV) and catalytic Residue of cracking (RCC). (The residues are obtained from an Algerian crude oil). As the oil residues are rich for their strongly polar composition, such as the asphaltene resins, and complex structures units (SCU), which has a role in the development of coke, and as the dispersion of these latter progresses the quality of coke, a study on the stability of aggregation was carried out by the accumulation of one stabilizer (oil Extract) in the coking process load. The Compounding (Extracted from /RCC oil) has been derived to the best efficiency of coke. The study consists of the influence.., this is characterized by the analyses Infra-red (IR) and x-ray diffraction (XRD).