Stochastic approach for the study of reaction mechanisms in real charge hydrocracking reactions

Etudiant :Reynald HENRY

Directeur ou Directrice :M. Tayakout-Fayolle (IRCE), F. Couenne

Financement :allocation ministère

Date de la soutenance :04/11/2013

The aim of the thesis is to enable a better understanding of the macroscopic functioning of catalysts (the activity, the selectivity and the stability).The GC-2D coupled with kinetic models applied to complex matrices will help to understand the reaction mechanisms of the hydrocracking reactions in a batch reactor and therefore to propose innovative solutions for catalyst selection and choice of process parameters. The model will be based on distributions of populations and the kinetic model will be obtained by the application of a stochastic approach.