Review article

Determination of the amount of dissociated water when ethanol is added to gasoline fuel

UDC: 

629.3

DOI: 

10.23968/1999-5571-2019-16-5-228-236

Pages: 

228-236

Annotation: 

Environmental requirement toughening regarding the quality of motor gasoline implies the need of using alternative bio-renewable high-octane components (additives) to motor gasoline. Currently, mixed fuels with different content of alcohol, water and carbon fuel are widely used. As a result of the research, there was revealed a mathematical dependence of water dissociation on the quantitative composition of the fuel-air mixture. The use of computational coefficients of water dissociation in mixed fuels will ensure optimal depletion of the fuel mixture and as a result will provide fuel savings of up to 35% of the total amount.

Authors: 

Karnaukhova I. V. Tyumen Industrial University

Karnaukhov O. V. Tyumen Industrial University

Karnaukhov V. N. Tyumen Industrial University

Ryndina O. V. Tyumen Industrial University