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Miray Genç is a Process Superintendent responsible for troubleshooting, process, operations, catalyst, additive changes, revamp and design projects of FCC/Prime G units at Tupras refineries. Previously, she worked as a Process Superintendent for hydrocracker, SMR, SRU, visbreaker, coker and treatment units, and also as a chemical engineer at the Turkish Council of Research and Development/Middle East Technical University (METU) collaboration. She holds an MS degree in polymer science and technology, and a BS degree in chemical engineering from the METU.
Process Optimization / Refining / Engineering & Design / Equipment / Gasoline / Hydrotreating / Loss Prevention / Naphtha / Natural Gas / Sulfur / Treating / Europe
Operational flexibility is one of the key parameters that leads to success and sustainability in refinery production.
Maintenance & Reliability / Process Optimization / Refining / Catalysts / Engineering & Design / Environment / Equipment / Sulfur / Treating / Reactors / Europe
Most refiners frequently need metal trapping or bottoms cracking additives for residue operations.
Environment & Safety / Process Optimization / Refining / Carbon Management / Catalysts / Distillation / Economics / Engineering & Design / Environment / Gasoline / Loss Prevention / Products / Sulfur / Treating / Europe
The fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) is one of the main units providing gasoline with high-octane numbers to the refinery gasoline pool.
Process Optimization / Refining / Distillation / Engineering & Design / Equipment / Products / Reactors
The first-generation, proprietary feed distributorsa had open-pipe bayonets that were located at the base of the wye section/riser.
Resid units have more than 2 wt% Conradson carbon residue (Concarbon) in feed and more than 5,000 parts per million (ppm) of nickel (Ni) and vanadium (V) on equilibrium catalysts (Ecat).
Environment & Safety / Maintenance & Reliability / Process Optimization / Refining / Analyzers / Catalysts / Corrosion / Distillation / Engineering & Design / Environment / Equipment / Furnaces / Loss Prevention / Products / Reactors / Safety / Treating / Europe
Sulfur oxide additives are typically based on hydrotalcite or magnesium aluminate spinel-type structures. Magnesium alumina is the pickup agent present in the most effective SO<sub>x</sub> additives on the market; therefore, to optimize SO<sub>x</sub> reduction, it is critical to maximize the amount of the critical magnesium component in the fluid catalytic cracking unit (FCCU) in an efficient and cost-effective way.
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