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Technology Profile: Suspension Polymerization of Polyvinyl ...

Apr 01 2021 · Polymerization. The VCM feed stream along with hot demineralized water and chemicals (polymerization initiators dispersing agents and additives) are supplied to a stirred reactor. The reaction occurs substantially in the liquid phase in VCM droplets dispersed in water which is used as diluent.

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Polymerization on Heating up of Bio-Oil: A Model Compound ...

During heating the compounds of bio-oil become quite reactive [16] [17][18] toward reactions like polymerization and decomposition. For example the small aromatic ring structures can be ...

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Simulation of syngas production via pyrolysis-oil ...

Sensitivity analysis was carried out to evaluate the impacts of gasifying agent temperature and the oil moisture content on syngas composition lower heating value (LHV) and H 2:CO molar ratio. For fuel cells applications gasifying with O 2 and air lead to a substantial decrease in syngas LHV. The syngas should be produced at a high ...

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Emulsion Polymerization - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

In most industrial emulsion polymerization reactions both the monomers and the initiator solution are fed continuously into the reactor. The monomer feed can be as an oil phase or it can be pre-emulsified with surfactants in water and fed as an emulsion.

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WO2012171085A1 - Thermal polymerisation process of oils ...

The process involves the following steps: oil or fat is fed into the reactor which is provided with a system for stirring heating and injecting inert gas; 2. at the same time inert gas is...

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Polymerization Reactor - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

The catalyst/polymer particles in the reactor can grow due to polymerization can undergo particle breakage and/or particle agglomeration or can be entrained by the fluidizing gas. 6 Since polymer particles are formed in the gas phase in the absence of a diluent there is no need for separation of diluent from the particulate polymer product except for the removal of unreacted monomer. This is a clear advantage of the gas

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Polymerization process in the presence of an antistatic agent

A process for the polymerization of olefins at temperatures of from 20 to 200° C. and pressures of from 0.1 to 20 MPa in the presence of a polymerization catalyst and an antistatic agent wherein the antistatic agent is an antistatically acting composition comprising a polysulfone copolymer a polymeric compound comprising basic nitrogen atoms an oil-soluble sulfonic acid and optionally a solvent and the

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Polymerization Reactor - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

The catalyst/polymer particles in the reactor can grow due to polymerization can undergo particle breakage and/or particle agglomeration or can be entrained by the fluidizing gas. 6 Since polymer particles are formed in the gas phase in the absence of a diluent there is no need for separation of diluent from the particulate polymer product except for the removal of unreacted monomer. This is a clear advantage of the gas

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Competition Between Hydrotreating and Polymerization ...

Competition Between Hydrotreating and Polymerization Reactions During Pyrolysis Oil Hydrodeoxygenation ... with straight-run gas oil and thus appears to

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Polymerization Reactor - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

The catalyst/polymer particles in the reactor can grow due to polymerization can undergo particle breakage and/or particle agglomeration or can be entrained by the fluidizing gas. 6 Since polymer particles are formed in the gas phase in the absence of a diluent there is no need for separation of diluent from the particulate polymer product except for the removal of unreacted monomer. This is a clear advantage of the gas

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A review on modeling and control of olefin polymerization ...

1 Introduction. Olefin polymerization in gas-phase fluidized-bed reactors (FBRs) is known to be one of the most economic methods of manufacturing commodity polymers including polyethylene (PE) polypropylene (PP) and ethylene-propylene rubber (EPR). FBRs are extensively used in operations that involve solid catalysts.

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US7442748B2 - Continuous polymerization reactor - Google ...

A process for the continuous polymerization of monomer the process comprising (a) adding monomer and catalyst to an annulus within an annular reactor to form a polymerization medium within the annulus where the annulus includes the space between an outer casing wall and an inner tubular wall (b) allowing the polymerization medium a sufficient residence time within the annulus to provide a ...

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