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1677a. KASTENS, M. L., HIRST, L. L., AND DRESSLER, R. G. An American Fischer-Tropsch Plant. Ind. Eng. Chem., vol. 44, 1952, p. 450-466.
Gives construction and operation details of the gas synthesis demonstration plant at Louisiana, Missouri. Pulverized coal is gasified with steam and oxygen to produce a synthesis gas which reacts in an agitating bed catalytic reactor cooled by concurrent flow of heavy oil. Capacity of the plant is 50-80 bbl. per day of liquid products with a conversion efficiency of about 80%. The hydrocarbon products consist of 70% gasoline, 10% Diesel oil, 10% heavy distillate, and 10% waxes. Oxygenated compounds made up about 10% of the total product. The following subjects are discussed: Gasification, slagging type vertical gasifier, the Koppers horizontal gasifier and the Kerpely generator; gas purification; Linde-Frankl oxygen plant; gas synthesis; Fe catalyst production; operating performance; materials of construction; possibilities of pressure gasification; and utility requirements.
KATAOKA, S. See abs. 2419, 2420, 2422.
KATAYAMA, I. See abs. 1880, 1881.
KATAYAMA, I., MURATA, Y., KOIDE, H., AND TSUNEOKA, S. Benzine Synthesis From Carbon Monoxide and Hydrogen at Ordinary Pressure. XLI. Activation of Catalysts by Slow Oxidation With Atmospheric Oxygen. See abs. 1877.
KATO, J. See abs. 1930.