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Refining used lubricating oils

Author: James G Speight; Douglas I Exall
Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2014]
Series: Chemical industries.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Used lubricating oil is a valuable resource. This book examines recycling processes for a wide range of products with different properties and different criteria. It also compares the various recycling methods and resulting products to conventional products obtained from original refining processes. The reviews, data, and comparisons provided by the authors allow readers to identify which processes are likely to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James G Speight; Douglas I Exall
ISBN: 9781466551497 1466551496
OCLC Number: 774498223
Description: xv, 449 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Manufacture of Lubricating OilIntroductionBase Oil Manufacture from Petroleum SourcesBlendingComposition and PropertiesUsesSynthetic Lubricating OilBase Oil PropertiesAdditivesPerformanceReferencesTypes and Properties of Lubricating OilTypes of Lubricating OilsSolid Lubricants and GreasesUse and ApplicationsProperties of Lubricating OilsUse of Test DataReferencesUsed Lubricating OilsIntroductionCause of Oil DegradationAmount of Used OilsCollectionRecycling and Re-Refining CapacitiesEnvironmental Aspects of Used Oil ManagementConverting Used Oil into Useable OilReferencesComposition and TreatmentIntroductionPrimary TreatmentSeparationFinishingTest MethodsEnvironmental AspectsReferencesCombustion of Used Engine OilIntroductionDirect Combustion: Use as a FuelCombustion Chemistry and EquipmentFuel Oil PropertiesEnvironmental RisksPostcombustion CaptureUsed Oil CombustionCombustion with Heavy Fuel OilCombustion in Cement KilnsCombustion in Hot-Mix Asphalt PlantsReferencesAlternative Processing OptionsIntroductionRefinery ProcessingCogenerationRegeneration ResiduesEnvironmental ManagementReferencesRefining Processes for Used Oil recycling to Base Oils or FuelsIntroductionThe Acid/Clay ProcessSimple Distillation and Predistillation ProcessesDistillation/Clay ProcessesDistillation/Hydrogenation ProcessesDistillation/Solvent Extraction ProcessesHydrogenation/Distillation ProcessesDistillation/Filtration/Hydrogenation ProcessesProcesses Producing Primarily a Fuel Product and Possibly a Base Oil ProductOther ProcessesReferencesEconomics and Other Evaluation CriteriaIntroductionRecycled Oil Collection CostsCapital Costs of the PlantOperating Cost Considerations for the PlantEconomic IndicatorsExcel Spreadsheet for a Recycling PlantEconomic Evaluation of a Small and Large ProjectDiscussion of Some Results of the Economic EvaluationComparison of Re-Refining with Production from Crude OilReferencesChoice of a Process TechnologyIntroductionRelevant ReportsFuture DevelopmentsReferencesGlossaryAppendix AAppendix BAppendix CIndex
Series Title: Chemical industries.
Responsibility: James G. Speight, Douglas I. Exall.

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"Used lubricating oil is a valuable resource. This book examines recycling processes for a wide range of products with different properties and different criteria. It also compares the various recycling methods and resulting products to conventional products obtained from original refining processes. The reviews, data, and comparisons provided by the authors allow readers to identify which processes are likely to produce a product with specific properties, and enables them to combine this with an analysis of the economic data to identify attractive oil recycling propositions"--

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