Influence of ozonolysis on quality of diesel fuel at the hydrotreating process
Influence of ozonolysis process on decrease of the content of sulfur in diesel fuel at the hydrogenation wais studied. The new concept of preliminary processing of diesel fuel by ozone with the subsequent hydrotreating on high-disperse nickel - the skeletal catalyst for receiving of fuels with high rates meeting modern requirements is offered. The method will allow to lower the content of sulfur in diesel fuel up to 46%, to raise a cetane index to 10,5%. The improvement of fractional composition of diesel fuel is established.
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