The testing result is that the mass concentration of YHCZ of FCC diesel fuels was decreased from 3.571 mg/100 mL to 1.257 mg/100 mL which indicates that phenol compounds has dramatic effects on the oxidation stability of diesel fuels.
Migration of N-Alkanes from Diesel Oil along the Bacteria-Ciliates Trophic Chain
The data on the dynamics of the content and qualitative composition of intracellular alkanes in Paramecium caudatum Ehrenberg, 1838 cells feeding on bacteria with different levels of exposure to diesel oil are presented.
The possibility of migration of alkanes from diesel oil along the trophic chain from bacteria to ciliates was demonstrated.
The radiation-chemical purification of water from petroleum products (diesel oil, motor oil, and residual fuel oil) was studied by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry.
Oxidation of Diesel Oil in the Presence of Metallic Copper
Combustion and emissions of the diesel engine using bio-diesel fuel
The combustion and heat release of engines using diesel fuel and bio-diesel fuel have been investigated.
The economic performance and emission features of diesel engines using diesel fuel and bio-diesel fuel are compared.
Fischer-Tropsch (F-T) diesel fuel is characterized by a high cetane number, a near-zero sulphur content and a very low aromatic level.
The results show that F-T diesel fuel exhibits a slightly longer injection delay and injection duration, an average of 18.7% shorter ignition delay, and a comparable total combustion duration when compared to those of conventional diesel fuel.
Deep desulfurization of diesel fuels by catalytic oxidation
Reaction feed was prepared by dissolving dibenzothiophene (DBT), which was selected as a model organosulfur compound in diesel fuels, in n-octane.
The method for radio-frequency measurements of water content in nonaqueous liquids is improved, and a procedure for measuring the concentration of water emulsified in oils and diesel fuels is described.
Effect of paraffins C10-C13, C14-C17, C18-C23, tert-butyl hydroperoxide, cumyl hydroperoxide, and isopropyl nitrate as cetane number improvers for summer- and winter-grade diesel fuels, added in amount of 0.4-5 wt %, is studied.
Improvement of low-temperature properties of diesel fuels