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CoatAlloy barrier coating for reduced coke formation in steam cracking reactors : experimental validation and simulations

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The coking tendency under steam cracking conditions of CoatAlloy, a newly developed multilayered Al barrier coating deposited on a commercial 25/35 Cr−Ni base alloy and aimed at reducing the coke formation under hydrocarbon atmosphere at >1100 K temperatures was investigated. It was benchmarked to the uncoated commercial 25/35 Cr−Ni base alloy with a known low coking tendency in ethane steam cracking in a pilot plant. The influence of process conditions, such as coil outlet temperature, presulfidation, continuous sulfur addition and aging was evaluated. The applied coating resulted in a reduced coking tendency as well as reduced yields of both CO and CO2 compared to the uncoated coil. The surface of both tested reactor materials was studied by means of SEM and EDX analysis. Further scale up was assessed by simulations of an industrial ethane cracker. All the findings show that the CoatAlloy barrier coating is capable of reducing coke formation and maintains its anticoking activity over multiple cracking−decoking cycles.

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Olahová, Natália, Steffen Symoens, Marko Dokic, Nenad Ristic, Stamatis Sarris, Mathieu Couvrat, Fanny Riallant, Hugues Chasselin, Marie-Françoise Reyniers, and Kevin Van Geem. 2018. “CoatAlloy Barrier Coating for Reduced Coke Formation in Steam Cracking Reactors : Experimental Validation and Simulations.” Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research  57 (3): 897–907.
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Olahová, N., Symoens, S., Dokic, M., Ristic, N., Sarris, S., Couvrat, M., Riallant, F., et al. (2018). CoatAlloy barrier coating for reduced coke formation in steam cracking reactors : experimental validation and simulations. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH  , 57(3), 897–907.
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Olahová N, Symoens S, Dokic M, Ristic N, Sarris S, Couvrat M, et al. CoatAlloy barrier coating for reduced coke formation in steam cracking reactors : experimental validation and simulations. INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH  . 2018;57(3):897–907.
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Olahová, Natália, Steffen Symoens, Marko Dokic, et al. “CoatAlloy Barrier Coating for Reduced Coke Formation in Steam Cracking Reactors : Experimental Validation and Simulations.” INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH  57.3 (2018): 897–907. Print.
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  abstract     = {The coking tendency under steam cracking conditions of CoatAlloy, a newly developed multilayered Al barrier coating deposited on a commercial 25/35 Cr\ensuremath{-}Ni base alloy and aimed at reducing the coke formation under hydrocarbon
atmosphere at {\textrangle}1100 K temperatures was investigated. It was benchmarked to the uncoated commercial 25/35 Cr\ensuremath{-}Ni base alloy with a known low coking tendency in ethane steam cracking in a pilot plant. The influence of process conditions, such as coil outlet temperature, presulfidation, continuous sulfur addition and aging was evaluated. The applied coating resulted in a reduced coking tendency as well as reduced yields of both CO and CO2
compared to the uncoated coil. The surface of both tested reactor materials was studied by means of SEM and EDX analysis. Further scale up was assessed by simulations of an industrial ethane cracker. All the findings show that the CoatAlloy barrier coating is capable of reducing coke formation and maintains its anticoking activity over multiple cracking\ensuremath{-}decoking cycles.},
  author       = {Olahov{\'a}, Nat{\'a}lia and Symoens, Steffen and Dokic, Marko and Ristic, Nenad and Sarris, Stamatis and Couvrat, Mathieu and Riallant, Fanny and Chasselin, Hugues and Reyniers, Marie-Fran\c{c}oise and Van Geem, Kevin},
  issn         = {0888-5885 },
  journal      = {INDUSTRIAL \& ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH   },
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {897--907},
  title        = {CoatAlloy barrier coating for reduced coke formation in steam cracking reactors : experimental validation and simulations},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.iecr.7b04271},
  volume       = {57},
  year         = {2018},
}

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