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EDS coal liquefaction process development

Exxon Research and Engineering Company.

EDS coal liquefaction process development

phase IIIA

by Exxon Research and Engineering Company.

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Coal liquefaction

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    StatementExxon Research and Engineering Company
    SeriesFE ; 2353-14
    ContributionsUnited States. Energy Research and Development Administration, United States. Dept. of Energy
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14879172M

    Abstract. This paper presents a brief state of the art review of direct coal liquefaction. The review includes important pilot scale processes available for the liquefaction an a brief description of the structure of coal and the chemistry, mechanism and available lumped kinetic models for the liquefaction by: 1. Coal liquefaction is a process that has been around for a long time. Although relatively unfamiliar in the American energy vocabulary, it dates back to when German scientists developed the Fisher-Tropsch process for converting coal into the liquid fuels of gasoline and : Ralph Hostetter.

    Coal is a combustible black or brownish-black sedimentary rock, formed as rock strata called coal is mostly carbon with variable amounts of other elements; chiefly hydrogen, sulfur, oxygen, and nitrogen. Coal is formed when dead plant matter decays into peat and is converted into coal by the heat and pressure of deep burial over millions of y: carbon. Description: The Solvent Refined Coal liquefaction process referred to as SRC-II is a thermal liquefaction process; it is an outgrowth of an earlier Solvent Refined Coal process tested by Gulf Oil in the s [20,21,22,23,24]. The earlier process, known as SRC-I, was aimed at boiler fuel production of an ashless low-sulfur solid by:

    Phase II – Hydrogen Liquefaction Process Development. 3 Establish Efficiency, Equipment, and Material Performance Targets. 4 Evaluate Potential Cost Reduction and Efficiency Improvement File Size: KB. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) had a very active coal liquefaction research program in into the s in response to the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) oil embargo of , but the funding has been greatly reduced since the s when the DOE development for direct coal liquefaction ended.


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EDS coal liquefaction process development by Exxon Research and Engineering Company. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Gareth D. Mitchell, in Applied Coal EDS coal liquefaction process development book, Process and Methods for Coal Liquefaction. Coal liquefaction technology began in Germany when Frederick Bergius showed that it was possible to add hydrogen to coal at –°C and MPa to produce distillate products (Bergius, ).

During the period of –, the process was refined and I. Farbenindustrie began. Get this from a library. EDS coal liquefaction process development: phase IIIA.

[B T Fant; Exxon Research and Engineering Company.; United States. Energy Research and Development Administration.; United States. Department of Energy.]. Get this from a library. EDS coal liquefaction process development: phase IIIB. [Exxon Research and Engineering Company.; United States.

Department of Energy.]. @article{osti_, title = {EDS coal liquefaction process development. Phase V. Quarterly technical progress report, July 1-Septem }, author = {}, abstractNote = {This report is the tenth Quarterly Technical Progress Report for US Department of Energy Cooperative Agreement No.

DE-FCET (formerly EFA) for Exxon Donor Solvent (EDS) Coal Liquefaction. This paper describes the status of the development of the Exxon Donor Solvent (or EDS) coal liquefaction process.

It includes an overview of the jointly funded project and a brief description of the EDS process. It also includes a discussion of the project status, including a description of coal feed flexibility, hydrogen and fuel gas production alternatives and the progress in the.

Fant, "EDS Coal Liquefaction Process Development, Phase IIIA," Final Technical Progress Report for the Period January 1, to JER&E, Febuary,FE "EDS Coal Liquefaction Process Development, Phase IIIA," ER&E, OctoberFE Historical background. Coal liquefaction originally was developed at the beginning of the 20th century.

The best-known CTL process is Fischer–Tropsch synthesis (FT), named after the inventors Franz Fischer and Hans Tropsch from the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute in the s. The FT synthesis is the basis for indirect coal liquefaction (ICL) technology.

A coal liquefaction pilot plant of the NEDOL process, supported by the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO), was in successful operation for a total of days at. D.J. Harris, D.G.

Roberts, in The Coal Handbook: Towards Cleaner Production: Coal Utilisation, Direct CtL. Direct Coal Liquefaction (DCL) commonly refers to catalytic hydrogenation of coal in a recycled oil solvent at high pressures with a catalyst. While a range of process configurations have been proposed, the most common version involves at least two high pressure slurry.

Final technical report, June 1, Aug }, author = {Cody, R.J. and Heneghan, E.P. and Houmere, D.M. and Trantolo, D.J.}, abstractNote = {This report relates the work on the experimental research and development program for the direct liquefaction of peat and lignite to a BTX-type liquid fuel.

Both the BTX-type and alcohol fuel. •DOE support for direct coal liquefaction occurred mainly over the period • About 90% of total DOE funding of $ billion was spent for the large scale demo program () referred to as Phase I, which showed the overall engineering feasibility and applicability of direct liquefaction to a.

Coal liquefaction is a process in which coal is converted into liquid fuels or petrochemicals. There are several processes used to accomplish this task, the two most common being the "indirect route" and the "direct route".

The indirect route is composed of 2 steps: First. Exxon donor solvent process (EDS) is a coal liquefaction process developed by Exxon Research and Engineering Company, starting in The process converts solid coal directly to liquid synthetic fuels which could be used as a substitute for petroleum process does not involve an intermediate step of coal operated a pilot plant in Texas from until Industrial sector(s): Chemical industry, Oil industry.

In this process, the heavy liquefaction product (vacuum residue) derived from the coal in primary hydrogenation, which is named CLB (coal liquid bottom), is treated in a solvent at high. Coal liquefaction, any process of turning coal into liquid products resembling crude two procedures that have been most extensively evaluated are carbonization—heating coal in the absence of air—and hydrogenation—causing coal to react with hydrogen at high pressures, usually in the presence of a hydrogenation was extensively used in Germany in World War II to.

The two volumes of this report plus the Standards of Practice Manual for the Solvent Refined Coal Liquefaction Process (EPA/) represent the cur- rent data base for the environmental assessment of coal liquefaction technology.

In general, liquefaction operations begin with pre- treatment of. operational reliability. Through the development work, an improved BCL process (Improved Brown Coal Liquefaction Process: refer to the flowchart on the preceding page) that significantly improves the economics, reliability, and environmental compatibility of the File Size: KB.

Coal Liquefaction is the process of converting coal to liquid fuels. Coal Liquefaction Definition. The process of coal liquefaction creates synthetic liquid fuels from solid coal as substitutes for various petroleum products. There are two types of liquefaction - direct and indirect Williams R.

H., Larson, E. (December ). A comparison of direct and indirect liquefaction technologies for. Brown coal liquefaction technology development (BCL Process)˜ Brown coal liquefaction technology development is described in [4A-3].

1) Sadao Wasaka: "Bulletin of The Japan Institute of Energy," 78 (), 2) "Development of Coal Liquefaction Technology - A Bridge for Commercialization," Nippon Coal Oil Co., Size: 26KB. One is the Direct coal liquefaction process, which converts coal to liquids by dissolving coal in a solvent at high temperature and pressure.

This process is highly efficient, but the liquid products require further refining (‘hydrocracking’ or adding hydrogen over. Abstract. The Exxon donor-solvent (EDS) coal liquefaction process is being developed by Exxon Research and Engineering Company (ERáE) under the joint sponsorship of the Department of Energy and private industry.*Cited by: 3.In materials science, liquefaction is a process that generates a liquid from a solid or a gas or that generates a non-liquid phase which behaves in accordance with fluid dynamics.

It occurs both naturally and an example of the latter, a "major commercial application of liquefaction is the liquefaction of air to allow separation of the constituents, such as oxygen, nitrogen, and.

Direct Coal Liquefaction (DCL) • Direct coal liquefaction starts just prior to World War II by Germany, continues through the s and s with the research by the U.S. • Direct coal liquefaction refers to the direct reaction of coal with hydrogen to form liquids.