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Refining Used Lubricating Oils

Refining Used Lubricating Oils by James Speight
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Manufacture of Lubricating Oil
Introduction
Base Oil Manufacture from Petroleum Sources
Blending
Composition and Properties
Uses
Synthetic Lubricating Oil
Base Oil Properties
Additives
Performance
References

Types and Properties of Lubricating Oil
Types of Lubricating Oils
Solid Lubricants and Greases
Use and Applications
Properties of Lubricating Oils
Use of Test Data
References

Used Lubricating Oils
Introduction
Cause of Oil Degradation
Amount of Used Oils
Collection
Recycling and Re-Refining Capacities
Environmental Aspects of Used Oil Management
Converting Used Oil into Useable Oil
References

Composition and Treatment
Introduction
Primary Treatment
Separation
Finishing
Test Methods
Environmental Aspects
References

Combustion of Used Engine Oil
Introduction
Direct Combustion: Use as a Fuel
Combustion Chemistry and Equipment
Fuel Oil Properties
Environmental Risks
Postcombustion Capture
Used Oil Combustion
Combustion with Heavy Fuel Oil
Combustion in Cement Kilns
Combustion in Hot-Mix Asphalt Plants
References

Alternative Processing Options
Introduction
Refinery Processing
Cogeneration
Regeneration Residues
Environmental Management
References

Refining Processes for Used Oil recycling to Base Oils or Fuels
Introduction
The Acid/Clay Process
Simple Distillation and Predistillation Processes
Distillation/Clay Processes
Distillation/Hydrogenation Processes
Distillation/Solvent Extraction Processes
Hydrogenation/Distillation Processes
Distillation/Filtration/Hydrogenation Processes
Processes Producing Primarily a Fuel Product and Possibly a Base Oil Product
Other Processes
References

Economics and Other Evaluation Criteria
Introduction
Recycled Oil Collection Costs
Capital Costs of the Plant
Operating Cost Considerations for the Plant
Economic Indicators
Excel Spreadsheet for a Recycling Plant
Economic Evaluation of a Small and Large Project
Discussion of Some Results of the Economic Evaluation
Comparison of Re-Refining with Production from Crude Oil
References

Choice of a Process Technology
Introduction
Relevant Reports
Future Developments
References

Glossary

Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C

Index

CRC Press; April 2014
460 pages; ISBN 9781466551503
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Title: Refining Used Lubricating Oils
Author: James Speight; Douglas I. Exall
 
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