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Efficiencies of various esters of fatty acids as diesel fuels
      
The injection and atomization characteristics of the vegetable oils are significantly different than those of petroleum-derived diesel fuels, mainly as the result of their high viscosities.
      
Although it is fair to consider them as short-term emergency fuels (or, more desirably, low proportion supplements to diesel fuels), they present mechanical problems in long-term use that have not yet been solved.
      
It is preferable to use these oils blended in small proportions with diesel fuels.
      
Low-temperature properties of triglyceride-based diesel fuels: Transesterified methyl esters and petroleum middle distillate/est
      
This result may prove crucial in efforts to improve low-temperature flow properties of alternate diesel fuels that contain methyl esters derived from triglycerides.
      
Expansion of this work could lead to a method for the production of simple fatty acid esters, which are suitable as diesel fuels, from multicomponent agricultural materials containing TG and PC.
      
Improving the low-temperature properties of alternative diesel fuels: Vegetable oil-derived methyl esters
      
This work supports earlier research on the low-temperature properties; that is, approaches for improving the cold flow of methyl ester-based diesel fuels should continue to focus on reducing CP.
      
Thermal analysis of alternative diesel fuels from vegetable oils
      
2 diesel fuels at 75, 50, and 20% biodiesel, from close to their melting point to 100°C.
      
The results of this comparison were used to make estimates of the performance of such triglyceride mixtures as diesel fuel substitutes, since viscosity can be a key indicator of fuel performance for possible substitute diesel fuels.
      
2 diesel fuels were measured as a function of temperature from the onset of crystallization to 100°C.
      
The results indicate that biodiesel and its blends demonstrate temperature-dependent behavior that is qualitively similar to the diesel fuels.
      
A blending equation was developed that allows the specific gravity of blends to be calculated from the specific gravities of the biodiesel and diesel fuels.
      
Four methyl esters and six ethyl esters were analyzed for wear properties using the American Society for Testing and Materials method D 6079, Evaluating Lubricity of Diesel Fuels by the High-Frequency Reciprocating Rig.
      
Low-temperature flow properties of vegetable oil/cosolvent blend diesel fuels
      
Vegetable oils are an attractive renewable source for alternative diesel fuels.
      
1 diesel fuels were measured from atmospheric pressure to 32.46 MPa at temperatures of 20 and 40°C.
      
In addition, Sri Lanka has experienced an upsurge of motor vehicles, including millions of three-wheelers and minivans that are powered by leaded gasoline and diesel fuels.
      
 

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