Handbook of Fuels Energy Sources for Transportation

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Handbook of Fuels Energy Sources for Transportation

PDF Free Download | Handbook of Fuels: Energy Sources for Transportation Second, Completely Revised, and Updated Edition by Barbara Elvers and Andrea Schütze

Contents of Fuels Energy Sources for Transportation

  • Introduction
  • History of the Spark Ignited “Otto” Engine and of Gasoline
  • History of the Diesel Engine and of Diesel Fuel
  • History of Alternative Fuels
  • Ethanol
  • Methanol
  • Vegetable Oils and Hydrotreated Vegetable Oils (HVOs)
  • Biodiesel/FAME
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)
  • Natural Gas
  • Emission Regulations Worldwide
  • Europe
  • United States
  • Japan
  • China
  • Well-to-Wheel Analysis of Alternative Fuels
  • Life-cycle Assessment
  • Well-to-Wheel
  • Boundary Conditions of the JRC Study
  • Summary of Results of the JRC Study
  • Alternative Liquid Fuels
  • Alternative Gaseous Fuels
  • Electricity and Hydrogen
  • Horizon
  • References
  • Part I Automotive Fuels
  • Engine Technology
  • Otto Engines
  • Diesel Engines
  • Fuel Composition and Engine Efficiency
  • Fuel Composition and Engine Efficiency
  • Quality Aspects of Gasoline
  • Octane Quality
  • Volatility
  • Fuel Composition to Reduce Toxicity and Exhaust Emissions
  • Stability, Cleanliness, etc
  • Performance Additives
  • Quality Aspects of Diesel Fuels
  • Ignition Quality
  • Density
  • Sulfur Content
  • Cold Flow Properties
  • Lubricity
  • Viscosity
  • Volatility
  • Diesel Fuel Stability, Cleanliness, and Safety
  • Diesel Fuel Effects on Exhaust Emissions
  • Performance Additives
  • References
  • Fuel Components: Petroleum-derived Fuels
  • Petroleum-derived Fuels
  • Gasoline Components
  • Straight-run Gasoline
  • Thermally Cracked Gasoline
  • Catalytically Cracked Gasoline
  • Catalytic Reformate (Platformate)
  • Isomerate
  • Alkylate
  • Polymer Gasoline
  • Oxygenates
  • Diesel Fuel Components
  • Straight-run Middle Distillate
  • Thermally Cracked Gas Oil
  • Catalytically Cracked Gas Oil
  • Hydrocracked Gas Oil
  • Synthetic Diesel Fuel
  • Storage and Transportation
  • References
  • Liquefied Petroleum Gas
  • Stephen M Thompson, Gary Robertson, Robert Myers, and Andrea Schütze
  • Introduction
  • Properties
  • Production and Processing
  • Recovery from Natural Gas
  • Recovery and Manufacture in the Refinery
  • Purification
  • Adsorptive Purification
  • Absorptive Purification
  • Storage and Transportation
  • Aboveground Storage
  • Underground Storage
  • Transportation
  • Uses
  • LPG Standards and Regulations
  • Refueling Infrastructure
  • Vehicle Conversions to LPG
  • Environmental Benefits
  • Outlook
  • Safety Aspects
  • Occupational Health
  • References
  • Natural Gas
  • Klaus Reders, Margret Schmidt, and Andrea Schütze
  • Occurrence
  • Composition
  • Processing
  • Oil and Condensate Removal
  • Water Removal
  • Separation of Natural Gas Liquids
  • Cryogenic Expansion Process
  • Sulfur and Carbon Dioxide Removal
  • Transport/Distribution/Local Blending
  • Properties and Specifications
  • Natural Gas as Automotive Fuel
  • Vehicle Refueling Systems
  • Slow-Fill Refueling
  • Fast-Fill Refueling
  • Vehicle and Engine Concepts
  • Vehicle Technology
  • CNG Vehicles in the Market
  • Vehicle Fuel Supply System
  • Combustion and Emissions
  • Safety Aspects
  • Biomethane
  • Production
  • Anaerobic Fermentation
  • Biogas from Solids
  • Upgrading of Biogas to Natural Gas Quality

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