How the Variation of Chemical Composition of Diesel Fuel Affects the Operation of a Kind of Engine from the National Market

Paper #:
  • 911711

Published:
  • 1991-09-01
Citation:
Nadal, L., Varales, R., Monros, A., Levrino, J. et al., "How the Variation of Chemical Composition of Diesel Fuel Affects the Operation of a Kind of Engine from the National Market," SAE Technical Paper 911711, 1991, https://doi.org/10.4271/911711.
Pages:
11
Abstract:
The constant needs for planning on energy subject in any country, are mainly based on making the best use of available raw materials, keeping up the fuel quality in the market and promoting the production of high added value products.-With regard to diesel fuels, refining worldwide trends together with the arrival of various raw materials, have been pressing negatively on the quality of these fuels used in fast diesel engines, fact to be studied in order to obtain the optimum equation “Quality/Operation”.-The present work has specifically studied four alternative fuel formulations in comparison with the respective reference diesel oils currently used in Argentina and whose general features permit an international standard resemblance. Engine operating characteristics have been defined as a function of the variation in the fuel chemical composition.-
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