Effects of fatty acid derivatives on the ignition quality and cold flow of diesel fuel

 
δείτε την πρωτότυπη σελίδα τεκμηρίου
στον ιστότοπο του αποθετηρίου του φορέα για περισσότερες πληροφορίες και για να δείτε όλα τα ψηφιακά αρχεία του τεκμηρίου*
κοινοποιήστε το τεκμήριο



Effects of fatty acid derivatives on the ignition quality and cold flow of diesel fuel (EN)

Stournas, S (EN)
Lois, E (EN)
Serdari, A (EN)

N/A (EN)

The biodiesel that is considered as a possible substitute or extender of conventional automotive diesel fuel is commonly composed of fatty acid methyl esters that are prepared from the glycerides in vegetable oils by transesterification with methanol. This form of biodiesel is compatible with diesel fuel but offers no improvement in its ignition quality. This work describes the results of a series of experiments aimed at assessing other common fatty acid derivatives that could provide the desired biofuel component and, at the same time, improve the performance of the fuel. It was found that tertiary fatty amines and amides are significantly more effective than methyl esters in enhancing the ignition quality of the finished diesel fuel without having any negative effect on its cold flow properties. Copyright © 1995 by AOCS Press. (EN)

journalArticle

Vegetable oils (EN)
Fatty amides (EN)
Amides (EN)
Esters (EN)
Cold flow properties (EN)
Diesel fuels (EN)
Biodiesel (EN)
Esterification (EN)
Fatty amines (EN)
Blending (EN)
Blending cetane numbers (EN)
Fatty alcohols (EN)
Fatty esters (EN)
Methanol (EN)

Εθνικό Μετσόβιο Πολυτεχνείο (EL)
National Technical University of Athens (EN)

JAOCS, Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society (EN)

1995


AMER OIL CHEMISTS SOC (EN)



*Η εύρυθμη και αδιάλειπτη λειτουργία των διαδικτυακών διευθύνσεων των συλλογών (ψηφιακό αρχείο, καρτέλα τεκμηρίου στο αποθετήριο) είναι αποκλειστική ευθύνη των αντίστοιχων Φορέων περιεχομένου.