September 2018

Maintenance and Reliability

Corrosion impact of the mixture of butanol-blended gasoline

The role of octane boosters on the corrosivity of petroleum products for gasoline/diesel engines has attracted more attention in the auto fuel market due to the depletion of fossil fuels in the world’s feedstock.

The role of octane boosters on the corrosivity of petroleum products for gasoline/diesel engines has attracted more attention in the auto fuel market due to the depletion of fossil fuels in the world’s feedstock. Most major energy companies agree that global transport energy demand will increase nearly 40% until 2040.1 Even though alternatives to conventional fossil fuels exist (e.g., biofuels, fuel cells, electric cars) and are likely to grow in the future, fossil energy is to remain the main powertrain enabler for decades to come. FIG. 1. Schematic diagram of Product A technology.2,3 Driven by the opportunity to develop technologies toward ca

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