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Fuel properties - UPM

Fuel properties 1 FUEL properties Fuel 1 Crude oil .. 2 Gasoline .. 2 Bioethanol and ETBE .. 3 Diesel, Kerosene, and Jet fuel .. 4 Jet fuels .. 6 6 Fueloil .. 7 Heavy fueloil .. 7 Natural gas, biogas, LPG and methane hydrates .. 7 Hydrogen .. 10 Production .. 10 Storage & transport .. 12 Safety .. 13 Purity .. 13 Price comparison of hydrogen energy .. 14 Hint: Hydrogen balloon combustion & explosion .. 14 Coal .. 14 Origin .. 14 Types .. 15 Uses .. 15 Composition: proximate analysis and ultimate analysis .. 16 Air requirement for theoretical combustion .. 17 Heating values .. 17 Wood .. 18 Composition .. 18 Biomass .. 19 Fuel pyrolysis .. 20 FUEL properties Fuels, as for any other type of substance, can be assigned some physical and chemical properties ( density, thermal capacity, vapour pressure, chemical formula, etc. However, most of the times, combustion properties are also assigned to fuels, in spite of the fact that these properties depend on the oxidiser ( air, pure oxygen) and the actual process ( the explosion limits depend on the boundary conditions for a given fuel/oxidiser pair).)

Solubility in water depends on the actual compounds: hydrocarbons are very insoluble in water, but alcohols readily mix. Table 2 presents some data. Table 2. Solubility data at 25 ºC of some gasoline compounds. Substance Solubility of substance in water Water solubility in substance ethanol (& methanol) 100%wt 100%wt benzene 0.18%wt 0.06%wt

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