STP487

    Effect of Gasoline Characteristics on Automotive Exhaust Emissions

    Published: Jan 1971


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    Abstract

    Fuel modifications encompassing composition, volatility, and lead content are investigated as a means of reducing automotive exhaust emissions. Several test programs are summarized, and numerous conclusions are listed.

    Keywords:

    automobile engines, automotive fuels, air pollution, emissions, combustion chambers, tetraethyl lead, gasoline, antiknock additives, volatility, fuel systems, exhaust gases, hydrocarbons, compression ratio, octane number, tests, evaluation


    Author Information:

    Doelling, RP
    Product evaluation section manager and engineers, Cities Service Oil Co., Cranbury, N. J.

    Gerber, AF
    Product evaluation section manager and engineers, Cities Service Oil Co., Cranbury, N. J.

    Walsh, MP
    Product evaluation section manager and engineers, Cities Service Oil Co., Cranbury, N. J.


    Paper ID: STP26889S

    Committee/Subcommittee: D02.B0

    DOI: 10.1520/STP26889S


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