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FCC reactor product-catalyst separation: Ten years of commercial experience with closed cyclones

@inproceedings{Miller1995FCCRP,
  title={FCC reactor product-catalyst separation: Ten years of commercial experience with closed cyclones},
  author={R. Miller and T. Johnson and C. Santner and A. Avidan and D. Johnson},
  year={1995}
}
FCC reactor closed cyclones were first commercialized ten years ago and have now been installed in over 22 FCC units worldwide. Cumulative commercial experience has shown significant yield benefits, in some cases higher than first estimated, and excellent reliability. By nearly eliminating post-riser cracking, they reduce dry gas make and produce higher yields of desirable liquid products. Trouble-free operation with closed cyclones is attributed to proper design, instrumentation, and operating… Expand
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