Comparison of Fuel Hose SHED Test Results and Predicted Values Using Fundamental Material Barrier Properties 2002-01-0635
Micro-SHED (Sealed Housing Emissions Determination) test results of various fuel hoses are compared to the theoretical model predictions of the hose hydrocarbon emissions. Theoretical prediction of the hydrocarbon emission for a defined hose construction is derived from the permeation constants of the materials used in these constructions. Total evaporative emission ET for a fuel hose is considered to originate from three sources: (1) emission through the wall Ew, (2) emission through the ends EE and (3) emission from leaks EL so that
Results of this investigation show that, for a specific hose construction, reasonable predictions of hose micro-SHED test results can be made.
Citation: Molnar, A., Baker, J., Tuckner, P., and Bilbrey, D., "Comparison of Fuel Hose SHED Test Results and Predicted Values Using Fundamental Material Barrier Properties," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-0635, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-0635. Download Citation
Attila Molnar, Julie Baker, Paul Tuckner, David Bilbrey
Dyneon LLC (A 3M Company)
SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition
SAE 2002 Transactions Journal of Materials & Manufacturing-V111-5