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Exhaust Emissions and Electric Energy Generation in a Stationary Engine Using Blends of Diesel and a Fuel Obtained Through the Low Temperature Conversion Process Applied to Petrochemical Residue

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Roberto G. Pereira

Department of Mechanical Engineering, PGMEC, LARE, LATEC-MSG, Federal Fluminense University, Rua Passo da Pátria 156, CEP 24.210-240, Niterói-RJ, Braziltemrobe@vm.uff.br

Fernando L. B. de Abreu, Daniel L. T. Fernandes, Ednilton T. de Andrade

PGMEC, Federal Fluminense University, CEP 24.210-240, Niterói-RJ, Brazil

Gilberto A. Romeiro

Institute of Chemistry, Federal Fluminense University, CEP 24.210-240, Niterói-RJ, Brazil

J. Energy Resour. Technol 132(4), 044502 (Jan 06, 2011) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.4003178 History: Received June 16, 2010; Revised November 23, 2010; Published January 06, 2011; Online January 06, 2011

The present work describes an experimental investigation concerning the exhaust emissions and the electric energy generation using blends of diesel and an alternative fuel obtained through the low temperature conversion process applied to petrochemical residue. The alternative fuel (low temperature conversion fuel (LTCF)) was obtained in a pilot unit. The exhaust emissions (CO, CO2, O2, NO, NOx, and SO2) were also studied. The results show that the use of diesel-LTCF blends in a stationary engine is an alternative for the use of petrochemical residues. The mixture of 10vol% of LTCF and 90vol% of diesel is the best one concerning the exhaust emissions.

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