Method for cracking residues of oil e.g. asphaltenes crude oil in e.g. oil refinery, involves pre-heating oil in catalytic reactor by metallic molds, and irradiating oil with carbon dioxide laser

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Method for cracking residues of oil e.g. asphaltenes crude oil in e.g. oil refinery, involves pre-heating oil in catalytic reactor by metallic molds, and irradiating oil with carbon dioxide laser

NOVELTY – The method involves pre-heating oil in a catalytic reactor to temperature of about 100 degrees Celsius to 300 degrees Celsius by metallic molds. Patterns are inserted in the reactor after the pre-heating process. The oil is irradiated with a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser (1), where the power of the laser lies between 100 watts and 5 watts. The temperature of the oil is monitored by a thermograph device. A transparent element is provided on the laser, where the transparent element is zinc selenide. Two coupled elements are provided inside the reactor for passing inert gases. USE – Method for cracking residues of oil such as asphaltenes crude oil, petroleum, waste heavy oil and ultra-heavy oils, and coal (all claimed), in an oil refinery and a petrochemical industry. ADVANTAGE – The method reduces the investment cost, operational time of the carbon dioxide (CO2) laser, avoids pollution of oil, increases the quality of the oil, controls pressure and temperature of the oil and saves energy. DESCRIPTION OF DRAWING(S) – The drawing shows a perspective view of a carbon dioxide laser. Carbon dioxide laser (1) Optical scanner (2) Elevating platform (3) Communication controller (4) Electromechanical device (5)

Main Application Field

H04 (Petroleum processing – including treating, cracking, reforming, gasoline preparation – biosynthesis based on hydrocarbon feedstocks is included (C10G).); H09 (Fuel products not of petroleum origin – excluding coal handling, preparation or mining, but including coking, briquetting, peat processing synthesis, gas production, coal gasification. Combustion improvement additives for coal, peat and other nonhydrocarbon based fuels are included in this Section together with coal liquefaction and desulphurisation.)

INVENTORS:

MUNHOZ ANDRE LUIZ JARDINI
MACIEL RUBENS JR
MACIEL MARIA REGINA WOLF
BATISTELLA CESAR BENEDITO
MORALES SERGIO ANDRES VILLALBA
ARIZA OSCAR JAVIER CELIS

325_CRAQUEAMENTO

Patent number: BR200900271-A2;BR200900271-E2

PATENT STATUS:

GRANTED

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

parcerias@inova.unicamp.br

+55 (19) 3521-5207 / 2607

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