Gasoline Technology - Specifications, Quality, Blending Components, Additives and Market Development - RF5 

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Categories: Oil Industry, Fuels

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RF5

Gold Course This course is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of current and future gasoline technology including manufacture, blending, specification, performance, environmental aspects and the use of additives. There will be a practical case study on a gasoline blending exercise for delegates to solve in syndicates.

What You Will Learn

  • How to describe gasoline manufacture, blending, specification, performance and the use of additives
  • How to blend gasoline by understanding current and future gasoline technology
  • How to examine environmental/green fuel issues

Please Note: This course, along with Automotive Diesel Fuels - Fuel Manufacture, Product Quality, Engine Design and the Potential for Additives (RF6), is no longer offered on a public basis. These two courses are offered for on-site training only.

For public presentation these courses have been replaced with Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Technology (GDT1).

 

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This course is designed for the oil, petrochemical and motor industries, fuel additives manufacturers, government officials, and others involved in the manufacture and blending, product quality and specifications, marketing, environmental and legislative issues involved with gasoline technology.

Fundamentals

  • Basic fuel chemistry
  • Normal and abnormal combustion

Gasoline Manufacture

  • Refinery streams
  • Blend components from cracking and reforming: alkalation, isomerisation, and polymerisation processes
  • Manufacturing options

Specification

  • Typical specification points
  • Importance in manufacture and blending
  • Leaded and unleaded gasoline specifications
  • Reformulated gasoline
  • Test methods and equipment

Octane

  • Significance and importance
  • Meeting octane levels
  • Anti
  • knock additives
  • Vehicle octane requirements

Volatility

  • RVP and ASTM distillation
  • Hot and cold weather driveability
  • Evaporative losses
  • Fuel economy

Oxidation Stability

  • Storage stability and in
  • use stability
  • Antioxidants and metal deactivators

Reformulated Gasoline

  • Impact on emissions
  • Economics
  • Environmental concerns
  • Smog, ozone layer, acid rain, etc
  • Exhaust emissions, evaporative emissions
  • Control systems and control legislation

Motor Industry Views

  • Engine technology trends
  • Impact on gasoline quality needs
  • Blending
  • Important factors in blending
  • Octane and volatility blending
  • Influence of oxygenates

Additives

  • Injection and carburettor anti-foulants
  • Anti-valve deposits
  • Corrosion inhibitors
  • Spark aiders and anti-ORI additives
  • "Wonder" additives

Faculty

Mr Roger Hutcheson

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