N-Decane Conversion Over Modified Zeolite-Containing Catalysts
G.D. Zakumbaeva, B.B. Tuktin, M.Zh. Parmankulov and R.I. Egizbaeva
D.V. Sokolsky Institute of Organic Catalysis and Electrochemistry
142 Kunaev str., 480100 Almaty, Kazakhstan
The effect of decationized forms of zeolites (ZSM, NaY and clinoptilolite) on the hydrocracking and hydroisomerization activity of alumina catalysts modified by metals in the n-decane conversion has been shown. The synthesized catalysts were studied in a laboratory flow reactor at temperature of 350-500°C and P= 2.0 MPa and feeding flow rate = 2.0-6.0 hr-1. It has been established that both n-decane conversion and selectivity of isomer formation depend on the nature of modified additives. The GK-3 catalyst synthesized on the base of high silica ZSM-zeolite has the most cracking and isomerization activity.