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Faster heat-up rates create higher porosity and lower bulk density. An unfortunate quality trend for green cokes is increasing VM. The trend towards heavier, sour crudes increases vacuum resid. volumes and refineries have to increase the throughput of their cokers. This is typically achieved by lowering cycle times and reducing coking severity. Higher throughputs usually mean lower coker feed temperatures and both of these favor higher VM. Historically, the calcining industry has used cokes with VM in the 9-12% range.
The first half of an unloaded hold is typically 15% less that the composite sample +4 mesh material with the second half of the unloaded hold being 15% greater. ie single vs. multiple port discharge) and how the ship hold is emptied (center first increases segregation). &DOFLQHG &RNH 6L]LQJ GXULQJ VKLS XQORDGLQJ PHVK A good calcined coke degradation study was presented at the 1995 TMS meeting (17). This paper presented calcined coke sizing studies as the coke is transported or handled by different systems.
Other low value number of rings) for properties are given in Table II. Of significance here is the of infrared parameter for feedstock 2 indicating the lowest low molecular weight benzene ring compounds (less than 5 to 7 this material. The results of further characterization of the feedstocks are given in Table III. Non-aromatic and aromatic compounds are reported as determined by Chromatographie separation using silica gel absorbent and three selective solvents: n-heptane, benzene, and pyridine.