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OBTAINING THE LIGHT GASOLINE FRACTIONS AND OLEFINS BY
CATALYTIC CRACKING OF THE OIL PARAFFINCONTAINING HEAVY
RESIDUE
Sedghe Rouhi Babak, Kapustin .V. F , Tretyakov . V.F. Gerzeliyev.I.M.
Abctract
The primary purpose is the new approach to the development of deep processing of
oil stimulated by the energy strategy of Russia . Heavy oil residues are converted at low
temperatures into fuel products . The goal of the developed technology ,is to provide the
conversion of the heavy residue fractions for the subsequent processing by the catalytic
cracking (FCC) into light olefins and gasoline.
Key words: Catalytic Cracking (FCC), Gasoline ,Propylene ,isobutane.


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