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Of the many fire and explosion hazards in refineries, the reheating furnaces occupy a special positin. Explosions in furnaces have serious consequences. The most frequent cause is flameout due to unstable burning or feeding of fuel to a furnace where ignition has not taken place. This usually...
The chlorides (both inorganic and organic) and sulfur compounds in crude oil entering a refinery corrode the equipment, primarily condensers and coolers, due to their hydrolysis and cracking during primary distillation of the crude oil. The process stability of the units decreases as a result,...
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