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    1. Triantafillidis, CS; Vlessidis, AG; Nalbandian, L; Evmiridis, NP
      Effect of the degree and type of the dealumination method on the structural, compositional and acidic characteristics of H-ZSM-5 zeolites

      MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS
    2. Cerqueira, HS; Mihindou-Koumba, PC; Magnoux, P; Guisnet, M
      Methylcyclohexane transformation over HFAU, HBEA, and HMFI zeolites: I. Reaction scheme and mechanisms

      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    3. Michalopoulos, J; Papadokonstadakis, S; Arampatzis, G; Lygeros, A
      Modelling of an industrial fluid catalytic cracking unit using neural networks

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH & DESIGN
    4. Zhu, HY; He, MY; Song, JQ; Zhang, M; Shu, XT
      Influence of incorporated alkali cation-exchanged zeolites on performance of FCC catalysts

      CHINESE JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
    5. Hamid, SH
      Impact of unleaded gasoline in reducing emissions in Saudi Arabia

      ENERGY SOURCES
    6. Corma, A; Martinez-Triguero, J; Martinez, C
      The use of ITQ-7 as a FCC zeolitic additive

      JOURNAL OF CATALYSIS
    7. Shan, HH; Dong, HJ; Zhang, JF; Niu, GL
      Experimental study of two-stage riser FCC reactions

      FUEL
    8. Han, IS; Chung, CB
      Dynamic modeling and simulation of a fluidized catalytic cracking process.Part II: Property estimation and simulation

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    9. Gupta, A; Rao, DS
      Model for the performance of a fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) riser reactor: effect of feed atomization

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    10. Degnan, TF; Chitnis, GK; Schipper, PH
      History of ZSM-5 fluid catalytic cracking additive development at Mobil

      MICROPOROUS AND MESOPOROUS MATERIALS
    11. Patureaux, T; Barthod, D
      Usage of CFD modelling for improving an FCC riser operation

      OIL & GAS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-REVUE DE L INSTITUT FRANCAIS DU PETROLE
    12. Al-Enezi, G; Elkamel, A
      Predicting the effect of feedstock on product yields and properties of theFCC process

      PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    13. Yang, SH; Chen, BH; Wang, XZ
      Neural network based fault diagnosis using unmeasurable inputs

      ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
    14. Wallenstein, D; Haas, A; Harding, RH
      Latest developments in microactivity testing: influence of operational parameters on the performance of FCC catalysts

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    15. Myrstad, T; Seljestokken, B; Engan, H; Rytter, E
      Effect of nickel and vanadium on sulphur reduction of FCC naphtha

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    16. Boerefijn, R; Gudde, NJ; Ghadiri, M
      A review of attrition of fluid cracking catalyst particles

      ADVANCED POWDER TECHNOLOGY
    17. Aitani, A; Yoshikawa, T; Ino, T
      Maximization of FCC light olefins by high severity operation and ZSM-5 addition

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    18. Ancheyta-Juarez, J; Murillo-Hernandez, JA
      A simple method for estimating gasoline, gas, and coke yields in FCC processes

      ENERGY & FUELS
    19. Santos, VML; Carvalho, FR; de Souza, MB
      Predictive control based on neural networks: An application to a fluid catalytic cracking industrial unit

      BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    20. Al-Enezi, G; Fawzi, N; Elkamel, A
      Development of regression models to control product yields and properties of the fluid catalytic cracking process

      PETROLEUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Myrstad, T; Engan, H; Seljestokken, B; Rytter, E
      Sulphur reduction of fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) naphtha by an in situ Zn/Mg(Al)O FCC additive

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    22. Williams, BA; Babitz, SM; Miller, JT; Snurr, RQ; Kung, HH
      The roles of acid strength and pore diffusion in the enhanced cracking activity of steamed Y zeolites

      APPLIED CATALYSIS A-GENERAL
    23. Talman, JA; Geier, R; Reh, L
      Development of a downer reactor for fluid catalytic cracking

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    24. Paya, J; Monzo, J; Borrachero, MV
      Fluid catalytic cracking catalyst residue (FC3R) - An excellent mineral by-product for improving early-strength development of cement mixtures

      CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH
    25. Malay, P; Milne, BJ; Rohani, S
      The modified dynamic model of a riser type fluid catalytic cracking unit

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    26. Gao, JS; Xu, CM; Lin, SX; Yang, GH; Guo, YC
      Advanced model for turbulent gas-solid flow and reaction in FCC riser reactors

      AICHE JOURNAL
    27. Bai, D; Zhu, JX; Jin, Y; Yu, Z
      Simulation of FCC catalyst regeneration in a riser regenerator

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    28. MYRSTAD T; ENGAN H
      TESTING OF RESID FCC CATALYSTS IN MAT

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    29. BRAIT A; SESHAN K; LERCHER JA
      EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL FCC CATALYSTS FOR HYDROCARBON CONVERSION I -PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND N-HEXANE CONVERSION

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    30. BRAIT A; SESHAN K; WEINSTABL H; ECKER A; LERCHER JA
      EVALUATION OF COMMERCIAL FCC CATALYSTS FOR HYDROCARBON CONVERSION - II - TIME-ON-STREAM BEHAVIOR OF N-HEXANE CONVERSION AND COMPARISON OF N-HEXANE CONVERSION TO MAT

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    31. OCONNOR P; VERLAAN JPJ; YANIK SJ
      CHALLENGES, CATALYST TECHNOLOGY AND CATALYTIC SOLUTIONS IN RESID FCC

      Catalysis today
    32. SUGUNGUN MM; KOLESNIKOV IM; VINOGRADOV VM; KOLESNIKOV SI
      KINETIC MODELING OF FCC PROCESS

      Catalysis today
    33. Michalakos, PM; Robinson, RC; Tang, Y
      Catalyst deactivation in the cracking of hexadecane and commercial FCC feed as studied by microactivity test multiple cold trap (MAT-MCT) technique

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    34. den Hollander, MA; Makkee, M; Moulijn, JA
      Coke formation in fluid catalytic cracking studied with the microriser

      CATALYSIS TODAY
    35. YANG SH; WANG XZ; MCGREAVY C; CHEN QH
      SOFT SENSOR-BASED PREDICTIVE CONTROL OF INDUSTRIAL FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING PROCESSES

      Chemical engineering research & design
    36. YANG SH; CHUNG PWH; WANG XZ; MCGREAVY C
      MULTIOBJECTIVE CONSTRAINT CONTROL FOR FCC REACTOR-REGENERATOR SYSTEM

      Computers & chemical engineering
    37. WATSON BA; KLEIN MT; HARDING RH
      CATALYTIC CRACKING OF ALKYLBENZENES - MODELING THE REACTION PATHWAYS AND MECHANISMS

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    38. ANDERSSON SI; MYRSTAD T
      TEST OF MAGNETICALLY SEPARATED CATALYSTS IN AN ARCO PILOT UNIT

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    39. MYRSTAD T
      EFFECT OF VANADIUM ON OCTANE NUMBERS IN FCC-NAPHTHA

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    40. MAYAYESCAS R; LOPEZISUNZA F
      COMPARISON OF 2 DYNAMIC-MODELS FOR FCC UNITS

      Catalysis today
    41. ALHUMAIZI K; ELNASHAIE SSEH
      EFFECT OF CONTROL LOOP CONFIGURATION ON THE BIFURCATION BEHAVIOR AND GASOLINE YIELD OF INDUSTRIAL FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING (FCC) UNITS

      Mathematical and computer modelling
    42. INO T; ALKHATTAF S
      EFFECT OF UNIT-CELL SIZE ON THE ACTIVITY AND COKE SELECTIVITY OF FCC CATALYSTS

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    43. CORMA A; MIGUEL PJ; ORCHILLES AV
      PRODUCT SELECTIVITY EFFECTS DURING CRACKING OF ALKANES AT VERY SHORT AND LONGER TIMES ON STREAM

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    44. BUCHANAN JS; ADEWUYI YG
      EFFECTS OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE AND HIGH ZSM-5 ADDITIVE LEVEL ON FCC OLEFINS YIELDS AND GASOLINE COMPOSITION

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    45. LUO MS; CURTIS CW
      THERMAL AND CATALYTIC COPROCESSING OF ILLINOIS NO 6 COAL WITH MODEL AND COMMINGLED WASTE PLASTICS

      Fuel processing technology
    46. ALI H; ROHANI S
      EFFECT OF CRACKING REACTIONS KINETICS ON THE MODEL PREDICTIONS OF AN INDUSTRIAL FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING UNIT

      Chemical engineering communications
    47. CORMA A; GRANDE MS; GONZALEZALFARO V; ORCHILLES AV
      CRACKING ACTIVITY AND HYDROTHERMAL STABILITY OF MCM-41 AND ITS COMPARISON WITH AMORPHOUS SILICA-ALUMINA AND A USY ZEOLITE

      Journal of catalysis
    48. MORO LFL; ODLOAK D
      CONSTRAINED MULTIVARIABLE CONTROL OF FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING CONVERTERS

      Journal of process control
    49. CHAO KJ; LIN LH; LING YC; HWANG JF; HOU LY
      VANADIUM PASSIVATION OF CRACKING CATALYSTS BY IMAGING SECONDARY-ION MASS-SPECTROMETRY

      Applied catalysis. A, General
    50. YANG SJ; CHEN YW; CHIUPINGLI
      THE INTERACTION OF VANADIUM AND NICKEL IN USY ZEOLITE

      Zeolites
    51. CAO H; SUIB SL
      SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES OF THE MIGRATION OF VANADIUM IN THE MODEL FLUIDCATALYTIC CRACKING PROCESS

      Applied spectroscopy
    52. TATRAI FZ; LANT PA; LEE PL; CAMERON IT; NEWELL RB
      MODEL-REDUCTION FOR REGULATORY CONTROL - AN FCCU CASE-STUDY

      Chemical engineering research & design
    53. NALBANDIAN L; LEMONIDOU AA; VASALOS IA
      MICROACTIVITY TEST (MAT) STUDY OF THE ZSM-5 ADDITION EFFECTS ON FCC PRODUCT YIELDS AND GASOLINE COMPOSITION

      Applied catalysis. A, General


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