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preparation of grease from the light metal soaps of naphthenic acid type petroleum derivatives

William Willett Fillmore

preparation of grease from the light metal soaps of naphthenic acid type petroleum derivatives

by William Willett Fillmore

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Lubrication and lubricants.

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    Statementby William Willett Fillmore.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14301358M

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    A NOVEL ELECTRICAL POTENTIAL DROP METHOD FOR THE DETECTION OF NAPHTHENIC ACID CORROSION IN OIL REFINING PROCESSING T. Batzinger, A May, C. Lester, K. Kutty and P. Allison. General Electric, Niskayuna, New York Abstract: Since the beginning of oil refining, the petrochemical industry has been plagued with corrosion due to acid within the crude oil. - Distillates (petroleum), solvent-refined light naphthenic - Searchable synonyms, formulas, resource links, and other chemical information.

    The present invention describes a method and apparatus to test whole oil to determine if deposits are expected to occur in oil production. The invention specifically address both calcium and sodium naphthenate deposits but may have applications in scale and asphaltene deposition as well.   Naphthenic acid corrosion (NAC) is a non-aqueous corrosion process caused by naphthenic acids. Naphthenic acid corrosion is a problem for refineries processing crudes containing high levels of naphthenic acid. It most typically affects crude and vacuum units. Naphthenic acid corrosion behavior can be time variant, localized and difficult to.


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Preparation of grease from the light metal soaps of naphthenic acid type petroleum derivatives by William Willett Fillmore Download PDF EPUB FB2

Graduate Thesis Or Dissertation The preparation of grease from the light metal soaps of naphthenic acid type petroleum derivatives Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Author: William Willett Fillmore. oratory based on petroleum acids and nitrogenous bases.

The new series of the naphthenates surfactants were synthesized from naphthenic acids isolated from light oil fractions (Tb = – C) [18]. Naphthenic acids were taken at molar ratio with dimethylamine and diethylamine.

The compo-nents of reactions were mixed well for a period of. USA USA USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords acid soap grease dihydroxy molecular weight Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not Cited by: 4.

trace metal and naphthenic acids. The name Naphthenic acid (NA) derives from the first observation of the acidity in naphthenic-based crude from the Baku Region, of Russia in s. The chemical composition of NAs is extremely complexes and great variety of structures and compositions fall within the classification of NA.

The lubricant of claim 3 wherein said metal soap consists of carboxylic acid soaps containing in the range of 18 to 22 carbon atoms per molecule, wherein said molar ratio is in the range of toand wherein said lubricant contains to 10 wt.

percent of said by: Naphthenic (organic) acids (RCOOH) reach their boiling points and condense on metal surfaces, removing iron [Fe] and eventually causing pits Sulfur-containing compounds decompose to form hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S), where iron removal causes general corrosion but can form protective films Acids and hydrogen sulfide work together:File Size: KB.

In this paper, the catalytic esterification of naphthenic acids in petroleum with methanol and a catalyst for a fixed-bed reactor prepared by SnO and γ-Al 2O 3 are reported. This method presents a higher conversion and reaction rate at lower reaction temperatures and with Cited by: 8 A Naphthenic speciality oil as an alternative to brightstock in grease formulations Manufactured in an open kettle (pilot plant of 10kg capacity) Lithium hydroxide and File Size: 4MB.

TSCA Definition A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by treating a petroleum fraction with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C15 through C30 and produces a finished oil with a viscosity of less than SUS at degree.F (19cSt at degree.C).

Soap mixing with oil under a microscope, forming micelles. The micelle is important because it is what traps the soil. Remember, the inside of the micelle is hydrophobic and does not want to be near water. The soil is also hydrophobic, so it likes the environment the micelle creates. Modern Technology Of Petroleum, Greases, Lubricants & Petro Chemicals (lubricating Oils, Cutting Oil, Additives, Refining, Bitumen, Waxes With Process And Formulations) 3rd Revised Edition by Niir Board Of Consultants & Engineers, ISBN:Rs.

/ US$. Partitioning and dissociation constants for naphthenic acids from crude oils and several naphthenic acid model compounds are reported. The pKa for naphthenic acids from crude oil was found to be Preparation of Soap By Walter Scharf and Charles Malerich Natural Sciences/Chemistry Baruch College New York, NY Introduction Soap, from a chemical standpoint, is a salt (or a mixture of salts) of fatty acids.

As with all salts, soap contains a positive ion, usually Na+ or K+, and a negative ion, usually the anions of. Increasingly, crudes of high acidity are observed in production of petroleum reserves. Naphthenic acids, which are generally cyclic and branched aliphatic carboxylic acids, are interfacially active and adsorb at water –oil interfaces to form monolayers, liquid.

crystalline films, and other colloidal structures. Corrosion of Steel at High Temperature in Naphthenic Acid and Sulfur Containing Crude Oil Fractions Increasing oil prices and limited availability of light sweet crudes on oil markets sparked a new interest for oil companies in heavy crude oils in spite of the disadvantages of processing such oils.

Introduction. The identification of individual petroleum or ‘naphthenic’ acids (NA) has proved challenging for analytical and environmental geochemists for over a century (e.g. Hell and Medinger ()), owing to the complexity and polarity of the isolated acid research focused on the role of NA as geochemical markers, their interfacial and corrosive properties and Cited by: 8.

NAT – Total acid number per ASTM D after extraction of the acids from the oil by chromatography. MS – Mass spectroscopy using extracted sample to yield average molecular weight (used to get an exact NAN) naphthenic acid distribution and prediction of acid distribution of blends from that of File Size: KB.

Naphthenic acid and sulfur compound induced corrosion is influenced by a number of critical factors including concentration and molecular characteristics of naphthenic acids and sulfur compounds, process temperature, oil fluid velocity and wall shear by: 1.

emulsion consisting of a polar oil (e.g., propylene glycol) dispersed in a nonpolar oil (paraffinic oil) and vice versa. To disperse two immiscible liquids, one needs a third component, namely, the emulsifier. The choice of the emulsifier is crucial in the formation of the emulsion and its long-term stability [1–3].Cited by: A complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by treating a petroleum fraction with hydrogen in the presence of a catalyst.

It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C15 through C30 and produces a finished oil with a viscosity. T1 - Naphthenic acid extraction and characterization from naphthenate field deposits and crude oils using ESMS and APCI-MS. AU - Mohammed, Murtala A. AU - Sorbie, Ken S.

PY - /10/5. Y1 - Cited by: PETROLEUM ETHER- AND ETHER-SOLUBLE CONSTIT- UENTS OF CRANBERRY POMACE* BY K. S. MARKLEY AND CHARLES E. SAND0 (From the Division of Fruit and Vegetable Crops and Diseases, Bureau of Plant Industry, and the Food Research Division, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington).Five Crude Oil from EOR field were undergone Naphthenate acid extraction using acid IER techniques for further instrument analysis to classification of Naphthenate acid type's component.

Comparison of soaps-microemulsion generated was then analyse using static bottle test Author: N. Borhan, I. Salleh, J. M. B. M. Ibrahim, A. R. Farrell, D. A. Nichols, G. M. Graham.