Accession Number : AD0612781

Title :   EFFECT OF FRACTIONAL AND HYDROCARBON COMPOSITION OF FUELS ON THERMAL STABILITY,

Corporate Author : FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO

Personal Author(s) : Bushueva,E. M. ; Bespolov,I. E.

Report Date : 16 MAR 1965

Pagination or Media Count : 13

Abstract : The total content of products of oxidation in various petroleum fractions was found to increase with the rise of the temperature of boiling of the extracts. In accordance with the tendency to form precipitations the petroleum fractions which boil away within identical temperature, limits can be arranged in the following sequence: from hydraulically purified 'green' oil of pyrolysis, gas oil of catalytic cracking, Romashkin petroleum. The maximum amount of precipitates is formed at the temperature of 200C. With further rise in the temperature of oxidation the amount of precipitation goes down. Fuel deprived of aromatic hydrocarbons is highly stable. With the increase in the content of aromatic hydrocarbons in the fuel, the total content of the products of oxidation increases. The precipitation formation reaches a maximum value at a definite concentration of aromatic hydrocarbons and then, with its increase, it goes down. The decrease in the precipitation formation in the products with the increase in the content of aromatic compounds is explained by the solution of highly oxidized compounds in a highly aromatic product. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, PYROLYSIS), (*FUELS, PYROLYSIS), (*PYROLYSIS, FUELS), OXIDATION, CHEMICAL PRECIPITATION, THERMOCHEMISTRY, AROMATIC COMPOUNDS, HYDROCARBONS, USSR

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