Supercritical Extraction of Stuart Oil Shale
This paper describes the recovery of oil from Stuart oil shale using a supercritical extraction technique employing carbon dioxide as solvent. This supercritical technique provides yields superior to comparable retorting techniques. The importance of extraction temperature, pressure, and time has been investigated. In addition, the chemical composition of the oil extracted from the shale is presented. Simulated distillation has been employed to assess the effect of extraction conditions on the quality of the shale oil extracted.
S. K. Kesavan et al., "Supercritical Extraction of Stuart Oil Shale," Fuel Science and Technology International, Taylor & Francis, Jan 1988.
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01 Jan 1988