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PETROLEUM COKE: ESSENTIAL TO MANUFACTURING

Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a product produced from all types of oil (light/heavy crudes) during the oil refining process. Many different products are extracted from a barrel of crude oil in addition to gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Petroleum coke just one of the

EPO - T 0727/96 () of 4.11.1999

1999/4/11· The solution to this problem consists in the use of calcined petroleum shot coke in replacement of conventionally used calcined petroleum sponge coke. It is apparent from the examples given in the patent at issue that the problem has been successfully solved by the claimed process, since the coke content in the amounts of entrained solids in the exhaust gases are low.

ASTM International - Standard References for ASTM E11 - …

D5004 Standard Test Method for Real Density of Calcined Petroleum Coke by Xylene Displacement D5030/D5030M Standard Test Methods for Density of Soil and Rock in Place by the Water Replacement Method in a Test Pit D5080 Standard Test Method for

Petcoke Fact Sheet - KCBX Chicago

using a delayed coker to breakdown, or crack, large carbon molecules to produce petroleum coke, or petcoke, which has a variety of uses including as a cost-effective fuel. • Petcoke’s chemical composition is primarily elementary carbon.

Utilization of biocoke as raw material for carbon anode …

The objective of this work is to study how the partial replacement of calcined petroleum coke by a biocoke affects the properties of corresponding laboratory anodes. Also, an anode without any biocoke was fabried as a standard for comparison with those made with the addition of biocoke.

Effect of heat treatment on desulphurization of petroleum coke

Calcined petroleum coke (CPC) is one of major constituent used for making graphite electrodes. 1,800 C. A sample of size 12x80 mm was prepared (by extrusion method) from desulphurized petroleum coke using coal tar binder pitch as binder at 125 C

Real-time monitoring of efficient grinding and blending of petroleum coke

petroleum coke Abstract Calcined petroleum coke is an essential component of carbon anodes. Method All trials were carried out on an automatic coined disc mill/ pelletizer of the type HP-MP using a 100 ccm tungsten carbide grinding vessel. The

Utilization of biocoke as raw material for carbon anode …

The objective of this work is to study how the partial replacement of calcined petroleum coke by a biocoke affects the properties of corresponding laboratory anodes. Also, an anode without any biocoke was fabried as a standard for comparison with those made with the addition of biocoke.

Standard Test Method for Determination of Vibrated Bulk Density of Calcined Petroleum Coke

4.1 After appropriate crushing of the calcined coke, using both the jaw crusher and roll crusher, the test volume of 100 g is measured after vibration and the bulk density is calculated. 5. Significance and Use 5.1 Vibrated bulk density, VBD, is an indior of

A Method Of Sintering Of Iron/Metal Ore Fines Using …

This invention relates to a method of sintering of iron /metal ore fines using raw petroleum coke (RPC) or any other high sulphur containing coke as a trimming fuel in a sintering machine comprising the steps of - admixing in wt% a base mix (iron/metal ore fines) - 63

Guidance Document for the Storage and Handling of Petroleum Coke …

Introduction Petroleum coke (petcoke) is a solid product of the refining process. Many products are derived from a barrel of crude oil (e.g. gasoline and diesel) and petcoke is one of those products. After gasoline, jet fuel, diesel fuels and lubriing oils are

Method for calcining delayed coke (Patent) | OSTI.GOV

Delayed petroleum coke is calcined in an internally-fired vertical shaft kiln. A downwardly-moving bed of green coke is preheated in the top of the kiln by rising coustion gases, then heat soaked at calcining temperatures in the intermediate section of the kiln, and finally cooled by recycle gas moving upwardly from the lower part of the kiln.

(PDF) Electrical Resistivity Measurement of Petroleum …

2017/7/6· Electrical Resistivity Measurement of Petroleum Coke Powder by Means of Four-Probe Method. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B. Vol. …

Response to request for review Electricity generation by utilization of waste heat from calcined petroleum coke …

of waste heat from calcined petroleum coke production process” (1002) and would like to provide the following initial response to the issues raised by the requests for review. 1. The additionality of the project activity is being demonstrated through investment

Morphological and microstructural characterization of bio …

Calcined petroleum coke and coal tar pitch are the raw materials used in producing carbon anodes for aluminum electrolysis. Carbon materials derived from biomasses are low in cost and considered renewable. Partial replacement of petroleum coke with bio-coke

Petroleum Refineries and Coke Calciners Reporting Guidance

Section 95113(l)(2) of MRR requires the annual mass of calcined coke produced on-site during the data year to be reported in metric tons (not short tons, which is the case for most solid products). Calcined coke production is covered product data, but petroleum

Petroleum Refineries and Coke Calciners Reporting Guidance

Section 95113(l)(2) of MRR requires the annual mass of calcined coke produced on-site during the data year to be reported in metric tons (not short tons, which is the case for most solid products). Calcined coke production is covered product data, but petroleum

Method of reducing airburning in petroleum coke - …

1994/5/12· A method of reducing the airburning tendency of petroleum coke and carbon anodes made therefrom includes calcining the coke and spray quenching the calcined coke with an additive-containing water. The additive includes an effective amount of a compound of aluminum which is soluble in …

International Journal of Civil and Structural Engineering …

2020/4/1· UTILIZATION OF CALCINED PETROLEUM COKE AS PARTIAL REPLACEMENT TO CARBON FIBER AS ADMIXTURE TO THE ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY OF CEMENT MORTAR Vol 8 Issue 1 April 2020-Septeer 2020 Michael Eugene S. Ala, John Aubrey D. Bator, Benshe L. Diroy, Patrick Neil V. Macaspac, Engr. Mark G. Costelo

Petroleum Coke - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Petroleum coke can be fired in coination with coals or heavy oils in circulating fluidized bed boilers; alternatively, it can be fired as the sole fuel. Some examples of petroleum coke firing in fluidized bed boilers are shown in Table 5.16. Other examples of CFB

AccuPyc II - Micromeritics AccyPyc Gas Displacement …

2020/9/29· Calcined Petroleum Coke The density of calcined petroleum coke directly influences the physical and chemical properties of the manufactured carbon and graphite artifacts for which it is used. Density, therefore, is a major quality specifiion of calcined petroleum coke and is used as a control in coke calcination

Petcoke Fact Sheet - KCBX Chicago

using a delayed coker to breakdown, or crack, large carbon molecules to produce petroleum coke, or petcoke, which has a variety of uses including as a cost-effective fuel. • Petcoke’s chemical composition is primarily elementary carbon.

Utilization of Biocoke as Raw Material for Carbon Anode Production

replacement of petroleum coke by renewable bio- carbon materials in making anodes. .Bio-carbon refers to carbon sources originating from recent biological materials. Coustion of biocarbon also releases CO-2; however, CO 2 released by the coustion of 2

Interaction of bio-coke with different coal tar pitches Abstract: …

petroleum coke, volatiles are released and the crystalline length is increased. The green anodes, which are made of calcined petroleum coke and coal tar pitch, are baked in horizontal anode baking furnaces up to 1000 C to 1200 C to produce baked anodes. If

PETROLEUM COKE: ESSENTIAL TO MANUFACTURING

Petroleum coke, or petcoke, is a product produced from all types of oil (light/heavy crudes) during the oil refining process. Many different products are extracted from a barrel of crude oil in addition to gasoline, diesel and jet fuels. Petroleum coke just one of the

Effect of calcination rate on petroleum coke properties …

1995/1/1· The excellent work of Bui, Perron, and Read studied several process parameters pertinent to the calcination of green petroleum coke and the subsequent effect on calcined coke properties. One parameter studied was a calcination rate that was comparatively fast.

Utilization of biocoke as raw material for carbon anode …

The objective of this work is to study how the partial replacement of calcined petroleum coke by a biocoke affects the properties of corresponding laboratory anodes. Also, an anode without any biocoke was fabried as a standard for comparison with those made with the addition of biocoke.

ASTM D7454-2008 …

1.1 This test method covers the determination of bulk density of a representative 2-kg sample of calcined petroleum coke, after vibration to increase compaction, using a semi-automatic apparatus. 1.2 The procedure is applied, but not limited, to particles passing through a 4.75-mm opening sieve and retained on a 1.18-mm opening sieve.