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Gasoline: Composition and Additives to Meet the Performance and Emission Requirements of the Nineties
- Special Publication
- ISBN 1-56091-566-8
Published October 01, 1994 by SAE International in United States
- 188 pages
Today's gasolines are subject to more demands and expectations than ever before. While regulatory agencies worldwide are increasingly regulating gasoline characteristics and mandating the use of deposit-control additives, consumers continue to demand high octane quality, low tailpipe emissions, and excellent vehicle response. This publication addresses various issues concerning gasoline performance and engine deposit growth and control, providing new information for regulators, engineers and chemists working in these challenging areas. Partial contents include: the effect of unleaded gasoline formulation on anti-knock performance; effect of gasoline composition on exhaust hydrocarbon; simultaneous measurements of driveability and emissions at cool ambient temperatures; and effects of fuel and additives on combustion chamber deposits