Calorimetric study approach for crude oil combustion in the presence of clay as catalyst

2016-01-01
Varfolomeev, Mikhail A.
Nurgaliev, Danis K.
Kök, Mustafa Verşan
In this research, the effect of heating rate and different clay concentrations on light and heavy crude oils in limestone matrix was investigated by differential scanning calorimeter (DSC). In DSC experiments, two main distinct reaction regions were identified in all of the crude oil + limestone matrix + catalyst, known as low- and high-temperature oxidation respectively. It was observed that addition of clay to porous matrix significantly affected the thermal characteristics and kinetics of different origin crude oils. The Borchardt and Daniels and ASTM kinetic methods were used to determine the kinetic parameters of the samples. It was observed that activation energies generated for the high-temperature oxidation region for crude oil and crude oil + clay mixtures were in the range of 148-370kJmol(-1) for the Borchardt and Daniels method and 51-253kJmol(-1) for ASTM methods.
PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

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Citation Formats
M. A. Varfolomeev, D. K. Nurgaliev, and M. V. Kök, “Calorimetric study approach for crude oil combustion in the presence of clay as catalyst,” PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, pp. 1624–1630, 2016, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/49156.