Canadian Crude Quality Technical Association - Project - Properties of Thermally Processed Materials
Properties of Thermally Processed Materials

Project to investigate the properties of materials that have been thermally processed as a part of a partial upgrading process.

Project goals are:
a. To investigate the differences between cracked and virgin products.

b. Further identify which of those differing properties result in negative impacts to
downstream operations.

c. Develop recommendations to assist in updating specifications if required.

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