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Design Parameters for a Hydro desulfurization (HDS) Unit for Petroleum Naphtha at 3500 Barrels per Day

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The present work reviews the setting up of a hydrodesulphurization unit for petroleum naphtha. Estimating all the properties of the given petroleum fraction including its density, viscosity and other parameters. The process flow sheet which gives the idea of necessary equipment to be installed, then performing all material and energy balance calculations along with chemical and mechanical design for the entire setup taking into account every instrument considered. The purpose of this review paper takes involves an industrial process, a catalytic chemical process widely used to remove sulfur (S) from naphtha.
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  • University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, College of Engineering Studies, P.O. Bidholi via- Prem Nagar, Dehradun 248007, India, debajyoti1024@gmail.com
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