Petroleum & Coal 01/2009; 51:229-236.
Source: DOAJ


In recent decade, the residue upgrading processes are developed for producing light cuts because
the demand of heavy fuel oil is decreasing in world. This paper presents the effectiveness parameters on heavy residue upgrading methods to select
the optimum condition for various feedstock specifications.

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