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Effects of Reaction Conditions on Cobalt-Catalyzed Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis: Interactions between Operating Factors
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Effects of Reaction Conditions on Cobalt-Catalyzed Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis: Interactions between Operating Factors
Ajamein, Hossein; Sarkari, Majid; Fazlollahi, Farhad; Atashi, Hossein;
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 Abstract
In Fischer-Tropsch Synthesis, because of few reactants (, CO), scarce operating parameters affected on efficiency especially the selectivity of products. In this research, effect of operating parameters on the selectivity of Co-Mn- Fischer-Tropsch synthesis catalyst were studied by design of experimental procedure and Taguchi method. According to this research, interactions between operating factors have a crucial effect on light products selectivity. Among these interactions, (temperaturefeed ratio) has the main influence on light hydrocarbons selectivity. It was concluded that temperature and feed ratio (/CO) were the most integral operating parameters for much greater selectivity of light hydrocarbons.
 Keywords
Fischer-Tropsch synthesis;Operating parameters;Taguchi method;
 Language
English
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