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Diesel Production Using Gas to liquid Technology

Show simple item record Abdelbagi, Mohammad Nasreldeen Farah Abdelhalim, AbdelhalimFaiz Ibrahim Mohammad, Ahmed Abdelrhman Mohammed Alamin Hajahmed, UsraMohammedahmed Abdallah 2019-01-06T06:52:36Z 2019-01-06T06:52:36Z 2018-10-01
dc.identifier.citation Abdelbagi,Mohammad Nasreldeen Farah .Diesel Production Using Gas to liquid Technology/Mohammad Nasreldeen Farah Abdelbagi…etc;Sara Ahmed Yassin.- Khartoum:sudan university of science and technology,College of Petroleum Engineering & Technology, 2018.- 53p: ill; 28cm.- Bachelor. en_US
dc.description Bachelor Research en_US
dc.description.abstract A few years ago, the consumption of diesel fuel in Sudan increased, while the diesel production from our domestic refineries are insufficient to overcome the shortage of the local diesel demand, the project aims at devising a new method to produce in quantities that will cover the shortage in the market and deigned GTL unit. Gas to Liquid (GTL) is a technology in which natural gas is converting in to crude oil i.e. Mixture of complexes hydrocarbon, we can also use coal and biomass for feed stock. In the currently situation it is one of the alternative source of energy which can produce transportable fuel at economical rate an also environmentally clean fuel.The material and energy balance was calculated by HYSYS Software program, the size of Fisher Tropsch fixed bed reactor and the quantity of catalyst used were calculated, and produce sufficient quantities of diesel were obtained to cover local market demand. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Sudan university of science & technology en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher sudan university of science & technology en_US
dc.subject Diesel Production en_US
dc.subject liquid Technology en_US
dc.title Diesel Production Using Gas to liquid Technology en_US
dc.title.alternative إنتــــاج الديزل باستخدام تقـــنية (تحــويل الغاز الطبيعي إلى ســــوائل هيدروكــــربونية) en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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