• Manufacturing Process

    Phenol Unit This unit is based on UOP s CUMOX process which is a commercially established Cumene per oxidation process for the economic and efficient production of phenol and acetone Capacity Phenol 40 000 TPA Acetone 24 640 TPA The CUMOX unit has been divided into the following process section

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  • Production of Acetone Using Catalytic Dehydrogenation of

    1998 10 11 Acetone is often produced as a by product in the production of phenol The cumene hydroperoxide generated in that process is cleaved to form phenol and acetone Catalytic dehydrogenation of isopropanol can be chosen as an alternative synthetic rout e when high purity acetone is required such as in biomedical applications

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  • cumene process simulation phenol

    The cumene process for phenol acetone production Jul 01 2007 10 The history of designing and the evolution of the process for the joint production of phenol and acetone which is now the basic industrial method for the manufacture of these products the state of the art and parameters of its key steps in industrial facilities among world manufacturers of phenol are presented

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  • Design Optimization of Cumene Plant Using Aspen Plus

    Isopropyl benzene popularly known as Cumene is gaining a lot importance nowadays Cumene is the major chemical used in the manufacturing of phenol and its co product acetone on the industrial scale

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  • Answer in Organic Chemistry for Monserratt Maqueda

    Cumene is a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen that is used in the production of acetone and phenol in the chemical industry Combustion of 47 6mg 47 6 10 3g produces some CO2 and 42 8mg 42 8 10 3g water The molar mass of cumene is between 115 and 125 g/mol Determine the empirical and molecular formulas of the compound

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  • 32b Design Optimization of Cumene Plant Using

    2014 3 31 Isopropyl benzene popularly known as Cumene is gaining a lot importance nowadays Cumene is the major chemical used in the manufacturing of phenol and its co product acetone on the industrial scale It is also among the preliminary material in the production of acetophenone methyl styrene di isopropyl benzene and di cumyl peroxide

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  • Process for the production of phenol and acetone from

    1999 9 15 An improved process for the production of phenol and acetone by oxidation of cumene to technical cumene hydroperoxide CHP with catalytic cleavage of the CHP characterized in that the oxidation products are concentrated up to a cumene content in the technical cumene hydroperoxide of 21 to 30 wt and this mixture is subjected to the catalytic cleavage and further wherein that the

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  • IHS PDF Report

    2017 10 25 Cumene Phenol Acetone Production Economics Introduction Cumene Production Economics Phenol Production Economics World Trade Introduction Cumene –2016 Trade Grid –2017 Trade Grid IHS Markit Cumene/Phenol/Acetone

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  • Integrated cumene

    2020 5 4 Table 3 5 Cumene from refinery grade propylene by Badger process Summary of waste streams 23 Table 3 6 Cumene from refinery grade propylene by Badger process Total capital investment 25 Table 3 7 Cumene from refinery grade propylene

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  • Solved The cumene process is used to convert benzene

    Transcribed image text The cumene process is used to convert benzene and propene in the presence of oxygen to phenol and acetone via the reaction CH C H 2 C H OH C H O This reaction is carried out with excess benzene and excess oxygen to ensure that no side reactions occur A 1 21 ratio of benzene to propene is fed to a reactor in the presence of 30 0 excess air N and O2

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  • LAPPEENRANTA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

    2019 6 24 Figure 8 Phenol production by cumene process with phenolic processing unit Figure 9 Typical diagram of phenol and acetone distillation at phenol production by cumene method Romanova Leontiev 2017 Figure 10 Simulation of phenol and acetone distillation in Aspen Hysys Figure 11 Reactor simulation in Aspen Plus

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  • THE PRODUCTION OF CUMENE USING Zeolite

    2017 12 22 Essentially all cumene produced worldwide is used as a feedstock in phenol plants which convert it to phenol and acetone by cumene peroxidation Therefore the cumene and phenol markets are strongly tied From 1993 to 1998 world cumene demand grew at a rate of 4 7 /yr increasing from 5 6 million to 7 1 million t/yr

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  • Catalysis by heteropoly acids Formation of bisphenol A

    2013 11 7 Bisphenol A was prepared by condensing phenol and acetone in a molar ratio I 0 I in the presence of solid acid catalysts The reactions were carried out in a 100 mL round bottom flask equipped with an efficient spiral condensor immersed in a thermostated oil bath A mixture of phenol 30 1 g acetone 1 85 g cata­

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  • Production of Phenol and Acetone From Oxidation of

    2010 11 12 THE first plant to produce phenol and acetone from petroleum through oxidation of cumene went into operation last week when B A Shawinigan Ltd officially opened its plant at Montreal The company owned jointly by Shawinigan Chemicals and British American Oil Co Ltd is operating under license from Hercules Powder and Distillers Co Ltd The 4 million petrochemical plant is

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  • Cumene

    2021 6 25 Cumene is used as a thinner for paints lacquers and enamels and as a component of high octane fuels 1 2 4 Cumene is also used in the manufacture of phenol acetone acetophenone and methylstyrene 1 8 Sources and Potential Exposure Cumene is a constituent of crude oil and finished fuels It is released to the environment as a result of its

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  • Joint venture agrees on 1 2 million tonne cumene based in

    2013 3 11 INEOS Phenol and Sinopec Yangzi Petrochemical Company Sinopec YPC have today initialled joint venture agreements for the design build and future operation of a 1 2million tonne cumene phenol and acetone complex at the Nanjing Chemical Industrial Park in Jiangsu Province China

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  • Cumene is a compound containing only carbon and

    Cumene is a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen that is used in the production of acetone and phenol in the chemical in dustry Combustion of 47 6 mg cumene produces some CO2 and 42 8 mg water The molar mass of cumene is between 115 and 125

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  • Phenol Production

    2018 2 20 acetone ams and phenol 5 cumene treated with oxygen for chp production oxidizers 2 the 85 chp concentrate is 4 4 separated in the cleavage reactor and acidity is removed in the ion exchange unit most common uses for phenol and acetone manufacturing of strong light weight plastics and rubber that enhance energy efficiency v e h ic l e a n d

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  • Abstract Design Optimization of Cumene Plant Using

    2014 3 31 Isopropyl benzene popularly known as Cumene is gaining a lot importance nowadays Cumene is the major chemical used in the manufacturing of phenol and its co product acetone on the industrial scale It is also among the preliminary material in the production of acetophenone methyl styrene di isopropyl benzene and di cumyl peroxide

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  • Phenol

    PhenolAcetone Phenol and acetone s fields of application range from insulation and coatings to medicines disinfectants food additives and solvents We also work with alpha methyl styrene AMS to produce plastics and with cumene to produce surfactants propylene oxide and gasoline additives We are the world s largest cumene producer

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  • Solved The cumene process is used to convert benzene

    Transcribed image text The cumene process is used to convert benzene and propene in the presence of oxygen to phenol and acetone via the reaction C H C H 2 C H OH CHO This reaction is carried out with excess benzene and excess oxygen to ensure that no side reactions occur A 1 12 ratio of benzene to propene is led to a reactor in the presence of 31 0 excess air N and 0

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  • Material Balances Design Problem Statement Production

    2016 8 1 Production of Acetone Introduction Acetone is typically produced in commercial quantities as a by product during the formation of phenol However acetone manufactured thus generally contains small amounts of the reactant benzene and the desired product phenol 1 In the past these impurities were deemed to be within allowable limits

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  • GURSHUR LGH 32

    material in the process of synthesis of phenol and acetone The process for synthesizing HPOC from cumene is an oxidation reaction Figure 1 The reaction formula of Cumene oxidation in the in the mixture of gas 80 of nitrogen and 20 of hydrogen and liquid 85 water 15 NaOH The cumene in the carrier air phase reacted

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  • Dynamic Optimization of Profit and Olefin Production

    2011 6 8 Cumene Cumene 240 000 ton 240 000 tonss/year/year Phenol/Acetone 180 000 tons/yearPhenol/Acetone 180 000 tons/year BPA 120 000 tons/yearBPA 120 000 tons/year LG PetrochemicalLG Petrochemical NCCNCC LG DOWLG DOW PolycarbonatePolycarbonate 0 2004 Users Group Americas Symposium Partners in Innovation

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  • Answer in Organic Chemistry for Monserratt Maqueda

    Cumene is a compound containing only carbon and hydrogen that is used in the production of acetone and phenol in the chemical industry Combustion of 47 6mg 47 6 10 3g produces some CO2 and 42 8mg 42 8 10 3g water The molar mass of cumene is between 115 and 125 g/mol Determine the empirical and molecular formulas of the compound

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  • Manufacturing Process

    Phenol Unit This unit is based on UOP s CUMOX process which is a commercially established Cumene per oxidation process for the economic and efficient production of phenol and acetone Capacity Phenol 40 000 TPA Acetone 24 640 TPA The CUMOX unit has been divided into the following process section

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  • alpha Methylstyrene as a byproduct of acetone and

    2016 11 9 SRI Phenol Cumene is oxided with air at 103 113 C and 4 4 atm to convert about 20 of the cumene to the hydroperoxide solution It is then decomposed to phenol and acetone by using sulfuric acid as a catalyst The phenol and acetone by residual unreacted cumene are separated by distillation The cumene is recycled

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  • DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF CUMENE PLANT USING

    2010 5 13 Around 98 of cumene is used to produce phenol and its co product acetone However the requirement of cumene is largely dependent on the use of phenol s derivatives which have resulted in increasing requirement rates for cumene The largest phenol derivative is bisphenol A BPA which supplies the polycarbonate PC sector

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  • HPLC Method for Phenol

    Description Class of Compounds Neutral Basic Hydrophobic Analyzing Compounds Phenol 2 Phenyl 2 propanol Acetophenone Cumene Hydroperoxide Cumene Dicumyl

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  • INEOS Phenol to temporarily suspend cumene production

    2009 4 15 Wednesday April 15 2009 INEOS Phenol In response to the current demand levels in the Phenol and Acetone market INEOS Phenol confirms that it is to temporarily suspend production of cumene at its Port Arthurplant in Texas USA from 15th April 2009 The 550 kt plant which produces the raw material for phenol and acetone is to be mothballed

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  • Energy Efficient Versalis/Lummus Cumene

    2013 11 22 Over 90 of world s phenol production currently via cumene hydroperoxide route that produces acetone as a by product 3 Phenol and acetone produced in fixed ratio 0 62 ton of acetone per ton of phenol Market demands for phenol and acetone not in same ratio OH Phenol Acetone CH 3C CH 3 OCumene CH 3 C CH 3 H Acid

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  • cumene process simulation phenol

    The cumene process for phenol acetone production Jul 01 2007 10 The history of designing and the evolution of the process for the joint production of phenol and acetone which is now the basic industrial method for the manufacture of these products the state of the art and parameters of its key steps in industrial facilities among world manufacturers of phenol are presented

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  • Zeolite catalysed Selective Decomposition of Cumene

    Crystalline microporous molecular sieves efficiently catalyse the selective decomposition of cumene hydroperoxide into phenol and acetone both under batch 25 C and down flow fixed bed 60 C conditions large pore high silica zeolites mainly zeolite Beta and its metallo silicate B Fe and Ga silicate analogues are found to be particularly useful catalysts in this reaction giving

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  • Cumene

    2021 6 25 Cumene is used as a thinner for paints lacquers and enamels and as a component of high octane fuels 1 2 4 Cumene is also used in the manufacture of phenol acetone acetophenone and methylstyrene 1 8 Sources and Potential Exposure Cumene is a constituent of crude oil and finished fuels It is released to the environment as a result of its

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  • Phenol

    Phenol is derived from benzene and propylene These raw materials are first used to produce cumene which is then oxidised to become cumene hydroperoxide before being split into phenol and its co product acetone Phenol plays a major role in our everyday lives Plywood window glazing DVDs and CDs computers sports equipment fibre glass

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  • Phenol Progess 1 2nd presentation latest 1

    2020 3 27 15 Simulation Result Purification section 1st distillation Recycle Cumene 17 Stream S14 S15 S16 Acetone 15 Acetone Phenol Temperature C 60 55 20 177 30 Purity 95 19 Condenser Pressure bar 1 1 1 Flow rate kg/hr Heater Crude Oxygen 59 3 59 3 0 14 1 phenol Cumene 1 926 3 1 36 1 925 CHP 245 84 0 245 84 16 18

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  • Sunoco/UOP Phenol Process

    2012 8 22 the cumene route to phenol and acetone backed up by continuing improvements and service Cumene peroxidation is the preferred route to phenol accounting for more than 90 of world production The Sunoco/UOP Phenol process features low feedstock consumption 1 31 wt cumene/wt phenol without tar cracking avoiding the expense and impurities

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  • phenol

    3 ncentration of Cumene in CHP ranging between 10 to15 4 Recycling flux of Acetone in excess with respect to CHP 5 Less than 1 0 of Water content in produce of reaction In the 2 nd reactor following reactions are carried into effect Total cleavage of CHP to Phenol and Acetone Conversion of DCP to AMS Phenol and Acetone

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  • Production of Phenol and Acetone From Oxidation of

    2010 11 12 THE first plant to produce phenol and acetone from petroleum through oxidation of cumene went into operation last week when B A Shawinigan Ltd officially opened its plant at Montreal The company owned jointly by Shawinigan Chemicals and British American Oil Co Ltd is operating under license from Hercules Powder and Distillers Co Ltd The 4 million petrochemical plant is

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  • GURSHUR LGH 32

    material in the process of synthesis of phenol and acetone The process for synthesizing HPOC from cumene is an oxidation reaction Figure 1 The reaction formula of Cumene oxidation in the in the mixture of gas 80 of nitrogen and 20 of hydrogen and liquid 85 water 15 NaOH The cumene in the carrier air phase reacted

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