Impact of the content of ETBE, EtOH and polybutylene-succinate additives on the propensity of E10 petrol to form deposits in combustion chambers

Impact of the content of ETBE, EtOH and polybutylene-succinate additives on the propensity of E10... Fuel 162 (2015) 34–38 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Fuel journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/fuel Impact of the content of ETBE, EtOH and polybutylene-succinate additives on the propensity of E10 petrol to form deposits in combustion chambers Martynika Pałuchowska , Łukasz Je˛czmionek Oil and Gas Institute – National Research Institute, Department of Liquid Fuels and Catalytic Processes, Lubicz 25A, 31-503 Cracow, Poland highlights graphical a bstract New EU legislation allows the use of the E10 petrol. Ethanol can be introduced into the - - - - Upper level limit for unwashed gum by E10 petrol in free form (EtOH) or as Worldwide Fuel Charter ETBE. Additives exhibits variations in the Additive D1 in Petrol I CCD’s formation depending on the Additive D1 in Petrol II E10 formula. Additive D2 in Petrol I E10 type petrol containing ETBE Additive D2 in Petrol II exhibits more efficient gum Additive D3 in Petrol I decomposition. Additive D3 in Petrol II 0 150 350 550 750 Dose of additive, mg/kg ar ti c l e i nf o ab stra ct Article history: This paper presents the results of research on the propensity of E10 petrol (defined by EN 228 standard as Received 9 October http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Fuel Elsevier

Impact of the content of ETBE, EtOH and polybutylene-succinate additives on the propensity of E10 petrol to form deposits in combustion chambers

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Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Ltd
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10.1016/j.fuel.2015.08.056
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Fuel 162 (2015) 34–38 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Fuel journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/fuel Impact of the content of ETBE, EtOH and polybutylene-succinate additives on the propensity of E10 petrol to form deposits in combustion chambers Martynika Pałuchowska , Łukasz Je˛czmionek Oil and Gas Institute – National Research Institute, Department of Liquid Fuels and Catalytic Processes, Lubicz 25A, 31-503 Cracow, Poland highlights graphical a bstract New EU legislation allows the use of the E10 petrol. Ethanol can be introduced into the - - - - Upper level limit for unwashed gum by E10 petrol in free form (EtOH) or as Worldwide Fuel Charter ETBE. Additives exhibits variations in the Additive D1 in Petrol I CCD’s formation depending on the Additive D1 in Petrol II E10 formula. Additive D2 in Petrol I E10 type petrol containing ETBE Additive D2 in Petrol II exhibits more efficient gum Additive D3 in Petrol I decomposition. Additive D3 in Petrol II 0 150 350 550 750 Dose of additive, mg/kg ar ti c l e i nf o ab stra ct Article history: This paper presents the results of research on the propensity of E10 petrol (defined by EN 228 standard as Received 9 October

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Published: Dec 15, 2015

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