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Effect of Gasoline Composition on Exhaust Hydrocarbon
Published May 10, 1993 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Spring Conference
The effect of gasoline composition on exhaust hydrocarbon was investigated in a single cylinder engine, using the fuels which consist of various aromatic and olefin contents. As the result, the exhaust hydrocarbons can be divided into the unburned fuel and the thermally cracked products. The multiple regression analysis of the individual exhaust hydrocarbon, which is expressed as functions of paraffin, olefin and aromatic contents in fuel, gives the production coefficient. This coefficient shows that the individual exhaust hydrocarbon is related to the gasoline composition.