Skip to main content
Top

Hint

Swipe to navigate through the articles of this issue

Published in: Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils 5/2015

01-11-2015 | CURRENT PROBLEMS. Alternative Fuel

Chemmotological Requirements of E30 and E85 Bioethanol Fuels and Their Potential Uses

Authors: M. A. Ershov, E. V. Trifonova, I. F. Khabibullin, V. E. Emel’yanov

Published in: Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils | Issue 5/2015

Login to get access
share
SHARE

Abstract

Currently, a comprehensive biotechnology development program is being implemented in Russia. The key direction of the program is creation of favorable conditions for production of bioethanol that can be used as a component of standard automotive gasolines as well as of special-purpose bioethanol fuels. This article lists the technical specifications for experimental specimens of E30 and E85 bioethanol fuels developed within the ambit of scientific research work at OAO VNII NP, the ultimate goal of which is to develop an E30 and E85 fuels production technology at minimal cost and to subsequently employ it on a regional scale.
Literature
1.
go back to reference V. M. Kapustin, S. A. Karpov, and A. V. Tsarev, Oxygenates in Automotive Gasolines [in Russian], KolosS, Moscow (2011), p. 336. V. M. Kapustin, S. A. Karpov, and A. V. Tsarev, Oxygenates in Automotive Gasolines [in Russian], KolosS, Moscow (2011), p. 336.
2.
go back to reference Technical Rules of the Customs Union “Safety of Wheeled Transport Systems TR TS 013/2011 [in Russian], Ratified by the decision of the Customs Union Commission on 18 October 2011, No. 826. Technical Rules of the Customs Union “Safety of Wheeled Transport Systems TR TS 013/2011 [in Russian], Ratified by the decision of the Customs Union Commission on 18 October 2011, No. 826.
3.
go back to reference B. H. West et al., Intermediate Ethanol Blends Catalyst Durability Program: Fuels Technologies Program, Prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA (2012), p. 348. B. H. West et al., Intermediate Ethanol Blends Catalyst Durability Program: Fuels Technologies Program, Prepared by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA (2012), p. 348.
4.
go back to reference M. A. Ershov, E. V. Trifonova, I. F. Khabibullin, et al., Neftepererab. Neftekhim., No. 12, 33–37 (2014). M. A. Ershov, E. V. Trifonova, I. F. Khabibullin, et al., Neftepererab. Neftekhim., No. 12, 33–37 (2014).
5.
go back to reference Henry Joseph Jr., Flex Fuel Vehicles in Brazil, Global Bioenergy, Brasilia, 22 March 2013. Henry Joseph Jr., Flex Fuel Vehicles in Brazil, Global Bioenergy, Brasilia, 22 March 2013.
6.
go back to reference A Guide to Peugeot 308 Use [in Russian], Russia (2010), p. 382. A Guide to Peugeot 308 Use [in Russian], Russia (2010), p. 382.
7.
go back to reference 2014 Worldwide Fuel Specification, HartEnergy, Research and Consulting, 15th ed., April 2014, p. 106. 2014 Worldwide Fuel Specification, HartEnergy, Research and Consulting, 15th ed., April 2014, p. 106.
8.
go back to reference K. D. Rose (project coordinator), Ethanol Petrol Blends: Volatility Characterization in the Range 5–25 vol. % Ethanol, Final Report, CONCAWE, Belgium (2009), p. 157. K. D. Rose (project coordinator), Ethanol Petrol Blends: Volatility Characterization in the Range 5–25 vol. % Ethanol, Final Report, CONCAWE, Belgium (2009), p. 157.
9.
go back to reference STO 11605031-006-2006 , Organization Standard. Automotive Gasolines. Method of Determination of Protective Properties [in Russian], OAO VNII NP, Moscow (2006), STO 11605031-006-2006 , Organization Standard. Automotive Gasolines. Method of Determination of Protective Properties [in Russian], OAO VNII NP, Moscow (2006),
Metadata
Title
Chemmotological Requirements of E30 and E85 Bioethanol Fuels and Their Potential Uses
Authors
M. A. Ershov
E. V. Trifonova
I. F. Khabibullin
V. E. Emel’yanov
Publication date
01-11-2015
Publisher
Springer US
Published in
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils / Issue 5/2015
Print ISSN: 0009-3092
Electronic ISSN: 1573-8310
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s10553-015-0622-9

Other articles of this Issue 5/2015

Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils 5/2015 Go to the issue