Neural Network Modeling of Methanol to Propylene over P-ZSM-5 in a Fluidized Bed

Steam cracking and fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) of heavy oil feedstocks produce light olefins (C2 = − C4 = ), which are the most important petrochemical monomers [1]. Alternative feedstocks are desirable to substitute crude oil for the petrochemical industry because of supply concerns and price fluctuations [2]. The catalytic conversion of methanol is an option to produce high value products because it can be derived from coal, natural gas or biomass all of which are readily available and relatively inexpensive

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Author: Rostamizadeh M

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