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Chemicals obtained from crude petroleum and natural gas are known as petrochemicals. They are formed either during the refining of crude petroleum or after treatment of petroleum products with other chemicals. About 16% of total crude production is used for synthesis of fertilizers, pesticides, plastics, solvents, adhesives and pharmaceuticals. A single barrel of crude oil can produce 42% gasoline, 22% diesel, 9% jet fuel, 5% fuel oil, 4% liquefied petroleum gases and 18% other products. More than 6000 items used in daily life are someway linked with petroleum or petrochemicals. A partial list include ballpoint pens, bicycle tires, curtains, deodorants, detergents, dyes, glycerin, helmet, lipstick, nail paint, refrigerants, shoe polish, tennis rackets, umbrellas, vitamin capsules, wax, etc. This fourth volume of the series is principally concerned with petrochemicals derived from crude petroleum. Initial chapters discuss development and valuation of petrochemical technical knowledge in the Middle East countries and basic insight in production of petrochemical. Next chapters cover performance of dividing wall columns in separation of light hydrocarbons. removal of p-nitrophenol from petrochemical wastewater. natural ageing of polyolefins. anti-wear additives in diesel fuels and theory and practices in hydrocarbon production and optimization. Chapters on biofuel/ biodiesel/ bioethanol and biosurfactants have been also included. The last article highlights the use of waste and low cost materials in manufacture of asphalt binder used for paving applications. The 19 articles of this volume have come through 43 senior academicians, researchers and experienced industry professionals from different parts of the world. The publishers do hope that this scholarly series will prove to be a valuable resource to students, researchers, academicians and industry professionals involved in this vast field.
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Title Advances in Petroleum Engineering II: Petrochemical Table of Content About the Editors. List of Contributors. About the Series. Preface. The Petrochemical Technical Knowledge Development and Valuation in the Middle East Countries (IRAN). Basic Insight in Production of Petrochemical (INDIA). Performance of Dividing Wall Columns for the Separation of Light Hydrocarbons (MÉXICO). Energy Efficient Approaches in Syngas Generation Strategies (SAUDI ARABIA). The Effects on Plants by the Insecticides Obtained from Petroleum By-Products (ROMANIA). The Removal of P-Nitrophenol and Naphthalene from Petro-chemical Waste Water by Functionalized Carbon Nanotube (IRAN). Integration of Polymeric-base Wastes into Petroleum Refineries (PORTUGAL, UAE). The CO2-Brine-Rock Interactions as a Result of Carbon Dioxide Sequestration (POLAND). Natural Aging of Polyolefins (ITALY). Olefins to Polyolefins: Science and Technology Trends (INDIA). Hydrocarbon Production Optimization: Theory and Practices (INDIA). Stimuli-Responsive Hydrogels in Petroleum Engineering (SINGAPORE). Biofuels from Agricultural Residues (INDIA). Role of Anti-wear Additives in Diesel Fuels (INDIA). Biodiesel Production and Fuel Properties Study from Non Edible Feedstock as Biofuel (MALAYSIA). Metal Containing Surfactants of Fire Extinguishing Compositions for Bioethanol Blended Gasoline (JAPAN). A Review of Plastic Waste Solution in Malaysia: Plastic Back to Oil (MALAYSIA). Biosurfactant and Their Applications (INDIA). Using of Waste and Low Cost Materials in Manufacture of Specific Asphalt Binder for Use in Paving (EGYPT). Subject Index Page No. 418 Author's Name K K Pant, Shirshir Sinha, and Shailendra Bajpai, Acquisition Ed. J N Govil Publisher Studium Press LLC Year Of Publication 2015 ISBN 10 1-626990-43-3 ISBN 13 No About The Book No Binding type No Book Size(len) No Series No book size(hei) 9.6 Book size width 7.2 Edition 1st
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