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What are the corrosion issues for gasohol?

05.01.2012  |  Choudary, N. V.,  Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd., Greater Noida, IndiaRawat, J. ,  Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd., Surajpur, IndiaRao, P. V. C.,  Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd., Surajpur, India

New study investigates metal deterioration from ethanol-blended gasoline


Due to the spiraling crude oil prices, refining companies along with federal governments are seriously considering alternative fuel strategies. These efforts involve blending alternate fuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, into gasoline and diesel, respectively. For example, 5% blending of ethanol into gasoline is mandatory in several Indian states. In addition, the Indian government is proposing to increase the ethanol content to 10% in gasoline blends.

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The colored pictures are advisable in fig.5 instead of black-white photos.

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