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Gulyaeva L.A.,OJSC All Russian Scientific Research Institute for Petroleum Processing | Asaula V.Y.,Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas | Shmel'kova O.I.,OJSC All Russian Scientific Research Institute for Petroleum Processing | Chernysheva E.A.,Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils | Year: 2016

The physicochemical properties of liquid products from pyrolysis of wood biomass alone and its blend with residual fuel oil are compared. The characteristics of the liquid pyrolysis products with residual fuel oil in the mixed feedstock show a tendency to vary. Thermal conversion of combined sawdust and residual fuel oil in a 1:3 ratio provides the maximum yield and the best physicochemical properties of the liquid bioproduct. The possibility of utilizing the middle-distillate fractions of the pyrolysis products as diesel fuel components is examined. © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York Source


Ershov M.A.,OJSC All Russian Scientific Research Institute for Petroleum Processing | Trifonova E.V.,OJSC All Russian Scientific Research Institute for Petroleum Processing | Khabibullin I.F.,OJSC All Russian Scientific Research Institute for Petroleum Processing | Emel'yanov V.E.,OJSC All Russian Scientific Research Institute for Petroleum Processing
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils | Year: 2015

Currently, a comprehensive biotechnology development program is being implemented in Russia. The key direction of the program is creation of favorable conditions for production of bioethanol that can be used as a component of standard automotive gasolines as well as of special-purpose bioethanol fuels. This article lists the technical specifications for experimental specimens of E30 and E85 bioethanol fuels developed within the ambit of scientific research work at OAO VNII NP, the ultimate goal of which is to develop an E30 and E85 fuels production technology at minimal cost and to subsequently employ it on a regional scale. © 2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York. Source

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