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Main Title Investigation of the Composition of the Ash of Hydrocarbon Fuels (Issledovanie Sostava zoly Uglevodorodnykh Topliv).
Author Bolshakov., G. F. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Translation Services Section.
Year Published 1976
Report Number EPA-TR-76-709;
Stock Number PB-262 170-T
Additional Subjects Ash content ; Trace elements ; Chemical analysis ; Jet engine fuels ; Crude oil ; Concentration(Composition) ; Combustion chamber gases ; Jet engines ; Corrosion ; Combustion deposits ; Metal containing organic compounds ; Translations ; USSR
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NTIS  PB-262 170-T Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The purpose of the present study is the investigation of the composition of the ash of fuels T-2, TS-1, T-1, and DA. Hydrocarbon fuels contain compounds with ash (metals and metalloids) elements--organo-metallic compounds--in very small quantities. These elements, in the form of oxides, are concentrated in the ash after combustion of the fuels. In spite of the low content of compounds with ash elements in fuels, their effect on the operational properties of the fuels is extraordinarily great. Intensified gas corrosion of jet engines and gas turbine units is observed in the presence of compounds with ash elements. An increase in the content of organo-metallic compounds and other compounds with ash elements in motor-engine fuels entails an increase in the amount of carbon deposits in the combustion chamber of piston engines. In addition, it has been established that compounds with ash elements promote the formation of insoluble sludge and resins during heating of the fuels.