CAUSES OF SHORTER DELAYED COKER HEATER RUNS REPORTED

Norman P. Lieberman Process Improvement Engineering Metairie, La. Feed interruptions and localized high heat fluxes are common causes of shortened delayed coker heater run lengths. These causes were discussed by operators of delayed coking units who attended a delayed coking seminar held by Process Improvement Engineering in New Orleans in November 1989.

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