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Gasoline octane enhancement

Gasoline octane enhancement

technology, economics, and environmental, health and safety considerations

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Published by N.T.I.S. in Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gasoline.,
  • Gasoline -- Anti-knock and anti-knock mixtures.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Mueller Associates, Inc., prepared for U.S. Dept. of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Environment, Safety and Health, Office of Environmental Analysis.
    ContributionsMueller Associates., United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Environmental Analysis.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP692.2 .G2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21236655M

      Using a fuel with an octane rating under the minimum requirement is likely to cause engine knocking. Choose fuel based on the octane number, not the name (regular, premium, etc.) of the grade. If the cap is yellow, then the vehicle is a flex-fuel vehicle that can take E85 ethanol/5(K). In internal combustion engines, the compressed gasoline-air mixtures have a tendency to ignite prematurely rather than burning smoothly. This creates engine knock, a characteristic rattling or pinging sound in one or more octane number of gasoline is a measure of its resistance to knock. The octane number is determined by comparing the characteristics of a gasoline to isooctane.

    Octane rating number is defined as a value used to indicate the resistance of a motor fuel to knock. Octane numbers are based on a scale on which isooctane is (minimal knock) and heptane is 0 (bad knock). A gasoline with an octane number of 92 has the same knock as a mixture of 92% isooctane and 8% heptane. (47). Typical "octaneAuthor: Mutaz M. Elshiekh, Nazar A. Elnasri.   Feature: A Brief History of Octane. by Mike - J By Mike Schlee Photo courtesy Petro Canada. First off, a couple basic definitions, as per Wikipedia: Octanes are a family of hydrocarbons that are typical components of gasoline; Octane Rating is a measure of how likely a gasoline or liquid petroleum fuel is to self-ignite. The.

    Some car models have high-compression engines, which are designed to utilize octane levels of 89, 91 or higher. Ordinarily, your vehicle won’t benefit from using an octane higher than your owner's manual recommends. But if your engine knocks or pings at the recommended octane level, you may need a higher octane gasoline to prevent knocking. Octane fuel provided high performance aircraft with a 15 to 30 percent increase in power over a compatible engine burning Octane. Fuel endurance, quicker bursts of speed, shorter take off runs, and time to climb savings, were all to the advantage of the user. 5 German petroleum strategy during the buildup prior to aggression relied on.


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