1969-02-01

Hydrocarbon Reactivities of Motor Fuel Evaporation Losses 690089

A calculation technique that accounts for nonlinear relations between reactivity and mixture concentration has been developed and used to study the hydrocarbon reactivity of evaporation losses from a variety of original fuels. Results show that diluting the concentration of light olefins in the original fuel, normally accomplished by additions of light paraffins and saturate base stocks, will reduce the hydrocarbon reactivity of evaporation losses.

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