The Lubricity of Deeply Hydrogenated Diesel Fuels - The Swedish Experience

Paper #:
  • 942016

Published:
  • 1994-10-01
Citation:
Tucker, R., Stradling, R., Wolveridge, P., Rivers, K. et al., "The Lubricity of Deeply Hydrogenated Diesel Fuels - The Swedish Experience," SAE Technical Paper 942016, 1994, https://doi.org/10.4271/942016.
Pages:
19
Abstract:
Environmentally adapted diesel fuels defined by the Swedish Government contain extremely low levels of sulphur and have limited aromatics contents. Road trials and pump durability tests of these fuels revealed unacceptable wear in injection pumps due to low lubricity. Additive solutions were identified using bench tests and then proven in field trials. Market experience has substantiated the findings that fuels using the chosen additive give fully satisfactory performance.This paper illustrates how practical solutions to lubricity questions can be found, and is applicable wherever specifications demand fuels requiring a high degree of hydroprocessing.
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