What is Factory where crude oil is separated into fuels and other products?
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Crude oil is separated in a separation column. Separation columns are used to heat the crude then the different hydrocarbons separate as the lighter ones float up and the dens…er ones fall to the bottom. LPG gas floats to the top, bitumen and paraffin wax sink to the bottom with diesel, kerosene, petrol and others in the middle. The height range which contains each different product is calculated based on the percentage of each product in the crude. This allows the plant to choose where to place the pipes to takes each individual product out of the separation for further refinement. For a more detailed explanation search for separation tower
refinery. i think. i dont know, i found it somewhere, but if you wanna make sure, and you are probably doing your science worksheet like me, you might want to look somewhere e…lse. just sayin. hey, do i talk a lot? i know im not talking, im typing, but still?
It is called fractional distillation, sometimes called cracking.
I think it is desil petrol and industries but i dont know if im correct sorry if im not xx
Crude oil IS oil so you don't separate oil from it. You do refinecrude oil, separateing parts of it that are used for a variety ofpurposes. This is usually done by fractional …distillation. You heatthe crude oil so that the parts with higher boiling points becomevapors, the vapors are taken to condensers at differenttemperatures so materials with different boiling points arecondensed into different channels and moved for furhter processing. Portions that do not convert to vapor have very high boiling pointsand generally are the larger molecules. These "bottoms" hare brokeninto lighter chemicals in fractionation columns.
That would be a "refinery".
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This is typically called a refinery .
Crude oil is separated in an oil refinery which makes a bunch of different byproducts such as airplane gas, kerosene, and alot more. -cooleye101