Refinery products are normally composed of a mixture of different refinery process streams, which are obtained from the fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) naphtha, catalytic reformate,
alkylates, isomerate, and other process streams. Each of these streams contribute to the overall physical properties of the final product and are carefully considered in calculating recipes. The physical properties of gasoline must comply with the required specification, according to regulations and standards that are mandatory in the countries of consumption.
Modcon is pleased to announce its article “Intelligent Blending of automotive Fuels” published in the March 2018 issue of “Hydrocarbon Engineering”.