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Blending Octane Number of Ethanol in HCCI, SI and CI Combustion Modes
- Muhammad Waqas - King Abdullah Univ of Science & Tech ,
- Nimal Naser - King Abdullah Univ of Science & Tech ,
- Mani Sarathy - King Abdullah Univ of Science & Tech ,
- Kai Morganti - Saudi Aramco ,
- Khalid Al-Qurashi - King Abdullah Univ of Science & Tech ,
- Bengt Johansson - King Abdullah Univ of Science & Tech
ISSN: 1946-3952, e-ISSN: 1946-3960
Published October 17, 2016 by SAE International in United States
Citation: Waqas, M., Naser, N., Sarathy, M., Morganti, K. et al., "Blending Octane Number of Ethanol in HCCI, SI and CI Combustion Modes," SAE Int. J. Fuels Lubr. 9(3):659-682, 2016, https://doi.org/10.4271/2016-01-2298.
The effect of ethanol blended with three FACE (Fuels for Advanced Combustion Engines) gasolines, I, J and A corresponding to RON 70.3, 71.8 and 83.5, respectively, were compared to PRF70 and PRF84 with the same ethanol concentrations, these being 2%, 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% by volume. A Cooperative Fuel Research (CFR) engine was used to understand the blending effect of ethanol with FACE gasolines and PRFs in spark-ignited and homogeneous charge compression ignited mode. Blending octane numbers (BON) were obtained for both the modes. All the fuels were also tested in an ignition quality tester to obtain Blending Derived Cetane numbers (BDCN). It is shown that fuel composition and octane number are important characteristics of all the base fuels that have a significant impact on octane increase with ethanol. The dependency of octane number for the base fuel on the blending octane number depended on the combustion mode operated. The aromatic composition in the base fuel, effects blending octane number of the mixture, for fuels with higher aromatic content lower blending octane numbers were observed for ethanol concentration.
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