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Application and Development of Catalytic Cracking Series Combined Unit and Family Technology in Oil Refining and Petrochemical Industry
Submission Deadline: Aug. 15, 2020

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Xu Ri
China National Offshore Oil Corporation, Huizhou Petrochemical Co. LTD, Huizhou, Guangdong, China
Guest Editors
  • Cao Dongxue
    Chief expert of Sinopec Refining Division, Beijing, China
  • Wu Qing
    Technology Department, China National Offshore Oil Corporation Huizhou Petrochemical Co. LTD, Beijing, China
  • Zhou Guiren
    Petrochina Daqing Refining and Chemical Deneral Plant, Daqing, Heilongjiang, China
  • Zhang Guocai
    Sinopec Qingdao Petrochemical, Qingdao, Shandong, China
  • Liu Hongzhou
    Petroleum refining and chemical industry, Beijing, China
  • Yuan Shaojun
    Technology Department, China National Offshore Oil Corporation Huizhou Petrochemical Co. LTD, Huizhou, Guangdong, China
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Introduction
This special issue introduces the current application status of catalytic cracking (FCCU), the core technology of oil refining, the large-scale catalytic cracking react-regeneration structure and the selection and determination of main parameters, as well as the energy saving of FCCU. And under the new environmental requirements. Such as: European automotive fuel Ⅴ/Ⅵ standard strict request, catalytic cracking joint device (including: the FCC subsequent hydrotreating and FCC fuel oil hydroprocessing technology products processing) application prospects, and in the future as the main development trend of the core device of heavy oil olefin, catalytic cracking family series (in Sinopec RIPP give priority to research and development of catalytic cracking family series) in the global promotion of practical application value as the target, and then prove that the catalytic cracking technology in the era of global oil cannot replace the role and status.
Aims and Scope:
It shows that the catalytic cracking technology of heavy oil plays an irreplaceable role in the oil refining industry, especially the catalytic cracking unit under the new fuel standard requirements and the promotion and application of heavy oil olefin catalytic cracking family series in the future. The range of special publications is limited to the heavy oil catalytic cracking unit and family of technologies.
  1. Fluidized catalytic cracking
  2. Role and status of FCC now and in the future
  3. Family series
  4. Joint device
  5. Heavy oil becomes lighter
  6. Olefinization of heavy oil
  7. Reactor and actifier column structure
  8. Oil refining and petrochemical industry
  9. Application and development
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