Effect of volatility and oxygenates on driveability at intermediate ambient temperatures (CRC Project no. CM-118-89)



Publisher: Automotive Vehicle Fuel, Lubricant, and Equipment Research Committee of the Coordinating Research Council in Atlanta, Ga. (219 Perimeter Center Pkwy., Atlanta 30346)

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  • Automobiles -- Performance -- Testing.,
  • Motor fuels -- Additives -- Testing.

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Statementprepared by the CRC Volatility Group.
SeriesCRC report ;, no. 578, CRC report (Coordinating Research Council) ;, no. 578.
ContributionsCRC-Motor Volatility Group., Coordinating Research Council. Automotive Vehicle Fuel, Lubricant, and Equipment Research Committee.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTL285 .E35 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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Open LibraryOL1321611M
LC Control Number92197532

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Effect of volatility and oxygenates on driveability at intermediate ambient temperatures (CRC Project no. CM-118-89) Download PDF EPUB FB2

EFFECT OF VOLATILITY AND OXYGENATES ON DRIVEABILITY AT INTERMEDIATE AMBIENT TEMPERATURES. Recent regulations reduce summertime fuel front-end volatility by limiting fuel Reid vapor pressure (RVP) to values considerably less than past commercial practices.

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There has been some concern that such reduced-RVP fuels may lead to degraded driveability. effect of volatility and oxygenates on driveability at intermediate ambient temperatures (crc project no. cm-1 ) in formulating and approving reports. the appropriate cchrittee op the coordinating research council.

inc. has not investi-gated or considered patents which may apply to. Volatility is the term used to describe the fuel's ability to vaporize, or change from a liquid to a vapor.

Low volatility gasoline helps reduce hydrocarbon emissions from evaporated fuel. "RVP" is the abbreviation for "Reid Vapor Pressure", a method used to measure fuel vapor pressure. determine the effect of hydrocarbon-alcohol blends on vehicle driveability over a broad ambient *Numbers in parentheses designate reference at end of paper.

temperature range. Hot driveability at high and moderate temperatures and cold-start driveability at intermediate temperatures were studied.

The term "moderate temperature" replaces. The impact of ethanol on driveability is likely due to its direct effect on vapor pressure at cold temperatures.

For EE83 or flex-fuel blends, ASTM sets a minimum vapor pressure; however. Volatility is a function of the ambient temperature, as liquids have a higher vapour pressure as the temperature increases.

Thus, even a relativelly non-volatile liquid produces more vapour at higher temperatures. The definition of DI relies upon knowledge of the temperatures at wh 50, and 90% of the sample volume is distilled, i.e.

T 10, T 50, and T 90, respectively. A currently accepted definition for gasoline without oxygenates is: DI = T 10 + 3T 50 + T Higher DI corresponds to lower volatility.

The most important term in the equations both for /f-values and relative volatility is the vapor pressure term. Effect of temperature or pressure. This effect can be illustrated with the aid of a Cox chart (Fig. This chart shows a steep increase of vapor pressure with temperature. This equation was based on a study of vehicle driveability conducted at ambient temperatures of −1°C to 4°C (30° to 40° F) for ethanol blends of 3%, 6%, and 10% by volume ethanol using Effect of Fuel Volatility and Ignition Quality on Combustion and Soot Formation at Fixed Premixing Conditions This paper presents experimental results for two fuel-related topics in a diesel engine: (1) how fuel volatility affects the premixed burn and heat release rate, and (2) how ignition quality influences the soot formation.

Dimensions and VOLATILITY EFFECT ON SWIRL INJECTOR SPRAYS TABLE 1 Optical engine parameters Parameter Description Cross section mm.

mm Stroke mm Displacement L Compression ratio Number of valves 2 Head geometry Flat Piston geometry Flat Engine speed rpm Spark timing bTC Injection timing aTC s. Earth has a surprising new player in the climate game: oxygen.

Even though oxygen is not a heat-trapping greenhouse gas, its concentration in. Driveability Index is defined as the intention to provide control of distillation. parameters that influence cold start up and warm up drivability. It is a function of the 10%, 50% and 90% evaporated distillation temperatures as measured by test method D D DYE CONTENT – (COL).

In its discussion of the driveability data, the report states that the driveability is probably adversely affected by the leaning effect of the blends, and that increased volatility seems to improve driveability.

The blends also showed a higher tendency to vapor lock than the base fuel. A high VIX reading marks periods of higher stock market volatility, while low readings mark periods of lower volatility. Generally speaking, when. Oxygenates - High anti-knock quality.

Lower energy content. Reduction in CO, lower driveability, higher evaporative emissions, degradation of plastics and elastomers. Iron, manganese, silicon, phosphorous – Bad for catalysts and other sensors (e.g. Oxygen sensors) Effects of Gasoline Composition. 26°C, water, 23°C) and at winter temperatures (air, °C, water °C).

The mean resting oxygen consumptio2) ant (Vo winter temperatures (r win) was 90% higher than that at summer temperatures (Tsum), but deep body temperatures (Tb) were not significantly different. Diving behaviour and mean oxygen consumption for dives of mean duration. From tothe Coordinating Research Council (CRC) conducted a cold-start driveability program to evaluate the behavior of lower volatility fuels at cold, intermediate, and warm ambient temperatures.

The program used vehicles to evaluate 87. ant~wo hydr rbon only gasolines at nominal ambient temperatures of 9MF and The driveability procedure was modified to emphasize grams to study the volatility effects of oxygenated fuels on vehicle So few runs were made on the 5 percent oxygen fuels and the intermediate-volatility fuels that no analysis was attempted.

Effect of volatility and oxygenates on driveability at intermediate ambient temperatures Technical Report Recent regulations reduce summertime fuel front-end volatility by limiting fuel Reid vapor pressure (RVP) to values considerably less than past commercial practices.

Background: External causes include accidents, injuries or health problems that arise immediately after accidents or other external factors. The purpose of this review was to collect information about the relation between temperature and mortality due to external causes.

Methods: A systematic search of articles was conducted in PubMed, Scopus, Science Direct, Embase, and Web of Science until. Book: Honda R& D Technical Review April Technical Paper: Effect of Fuel Volatility on Driveability at Low and intermediate Ambient Temperatures: Authors. Robert C. Clerk - Clerk, King, Poynter & Co.

Ltd. Table of Contents. Early History; Uruk Potter's Wheel; Chinese Inertia Windmill. ‘It gave me a real sense of the volatility of their relationship.’ ‘She brings the right qualities to Cleopatra: quicksilver energy, boundless curiosity and emotional volatility.’ ‘He plays the desperation and volatility of the character to perfection.’ ‘The cockiness and latent volatility of.

Findings from an intermediate ambient temperature vehicle driveability study for isobutanol gasoline blends are reported. The pattern for the study was Coordinating Research Council Project CM, which investigated the effects of ethanol on cold-start/warm-up performance and Driveability Index [8,9].

Objectives of the present study were. The effects of UVC on humans are unknown, as UVC has not yet reached the Earth’s surface. However, UVB radiation is a known cause The Effect of Increased Temperatures and Ultraviolet Radiation on Dissolved Oxygen in Ecosystems Primarily Comprised of Euglena Matt Carpenter, Class ofis a student at Central Virginia.

Effect of atmospheric aging on volatility and reactive oxygen species of biodiesel exhaust nano-particles A. M Effect of atmospheric aging on volatility believed to be linked to the increase of Oxidative Potential Effect of atmospheric aging on volatility DustTrak Ambient air HEPA Dilution System Gas Analysers Engine Dyno F T.

This affects evaporative emissions and driveability, it is the property that must change with location and season. Fuel for mid-summer Arizona would be difficult to use in mid-winter Alaska. The US is divided into zones, according to altitude and seasonal temperatures, and the fuel volatility is.

The constant ratio indicates that the effect of oxygen on these vehicles can be estimated as directly proportional to oxygen content. Ambient Temperature Low ambient temperatures can extend the time that it takes for an engine to reach operating temperature. Account for Different Oxygen Content and Volatility Forcing Matched RVP.

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Any material exhibiting these properties is a an ordinary metallic conductor, whose resistance decreases gradually as its temperature is lowered even down to near absolute zero, a superconductor has a.

Effects of ambient temperature on oxygen consumption and the circulation in newborn lambs at rest and during hypoxemia. Sidi D, Kuipers JR, Heymann MA, Rudolph AM. To assess the effects of environmental temperature on responses to hypoxemia, we .A two-phase test program designed to investigate the effects of Reid vapor pressure, T50, and oxygenates on hot-start and driveability performance of vehicles operated at high and low altitude in high and intermediate ambient temperature ranges was conducted during July and August of Eye effects: dilated pupils, inflammation of the surface of the eye, and temporary blindness.

SKIN EXPOSURE: Irritation. Absorption through the skin is rapid and can contribute to whole-body (systemic) toxicity. See Inhalation Exposure. Absorption through the skin occurs more readily when ambient temperature and relative humidity are high.