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a viscous, dark brown or greenish liquid occurring in natural reservoirs in the earth s crust in many parts of the world Regardless of their source, petroleum and petroleum products have ultimate analyses that generally fall within the following limits:
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In the purchase and sale of petroleum and its distillates, the speci c gravity is of importance In general, the higher the speci c gravity, the lower Is the content
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of lighter hydrocarbons and the lower the heating value of the oil Commercially the speci c gravity is ascertained by means of a hydrometer The reading of the hydrometer is related to the true speci c gravity as indicated by the expression: Speci c gravity 1415 / (1315 B), in which B deg API (American Petroleum Institute) as read from the scale of the hydrometer Table 133 gives the relation of API readings to density and volume Fuel oil is generally sold by the barrel, each barrel containing 42 gal of 231 in3, at a temperature of 60 F (159 L of 3785 cm3 at 156 C) The higher heating value of fuel oil, in Btu per pound (kJ / kg), is given approximately by the Sherman and Kropf empirical equations; HHV 18,650 40(B 10) 13,050 5600 ( Sp gr 23 kJ / kg) (1351)
The suitability of a fuel oil for power-plant use depends on the cost on the basis of heating value, and freedom from grit, acids, sulfur, and other objectionable constituents; the oil should have a ash point over 150 F (656 C) and a suitable viscosity for pumping Fuel oil for use in engines must be clean and noncorrosive, and must have a viscosity that permits its ow through small passage Gasoline is the best known and most widely used engine fuel and is obtained largely by distillation of petroleum Casing-head gasoline is obtained from natural gas by compression and absorption methods; it is too volatile for commercial sale and is blended to produce satisfactory engine fuel The higher heating value of gasoline in Btu per pound (kJ / kg), is closely given by the following empirical equation: HHV 12,720 5600 ( Sp gr 23 kJ / kg) (1352a)
Octane (C8H18) is about the average of the mixture of several hydrocarbons that constitute gasoline
TABLE 133 Relation of API Readings to Density and Volume
Deg API 100 150 200 250 300 350 400
Sp gr 60 / 60 F (156 C / 156 C) 1000 09659 09340 09042 08762 08498 08251
Lb per US gal (kg / L) 8328 (0998) 8044 (0964) 7778 (0932) 7529 (0902) 7296 (0874) 7076 (0848) 6870 (0823)
Weight per bbl, lb (kg) 3498 (1587) 3378 (1532) 3267 (1482) 3162 (1434) 3064 (1389) 2972 (1348) 2885 (1309)
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Kerosene is the distillation product that lies between gasoline and the distillate fuel oils; it is used in tractor and similar engines Kerosene is composed of a number of hydrocarbons of which C12H26 is about the average The higher heating value of kerosene, in Btu per pound (kJ / kg), is closely given by the following empirical equation: HHV 12,840 5600 ( Sp gr 23 kJ / kg) (1352b)
45 Gaseous Fuels Natural gas, blast-furnace gas, producer gas, and byproduct coke-oven gas are used as fuels for the generation of steam and directly for the generation of power in large internal-combustion engines Natural gas is of organic origin and is usually found along with petroleum The composition of natural gas depends upon the location of the gas eld Coal gas results from the destructive distillation of coal and is popularly known as city gas or illuminating gas In general, coal gas is too costly for engine use It is, however, a highly satisfactory fuel Coke-oven gas is a byproduct of coke ovens It has a good heating value and, when freed from dust, sulfur compounds, and ammonia, makes a very good engine fuel Carbureted water gas is blue water gas into which, during the manufacturing process, petroleum oil is sprayed; this process forms a composite gas that has a greater heating value per cubic foot and can be burned with a luminous ame Much city gas is in whole or part carbureted water gas It is a ne engine fuel, but like coal gas its cost is usually too high for use in engines Oil gas is produced by the decomposition (cracking) of petroleum oils by the application of high temperatures It is similar in composition to coal gas Its uses are similar to those of coal gas It is an excellent engine fuel but, like that of coal gas, its cost is ordinarily too high to allow extensive use Producer gas is formed when a mixture of air and steam is blown up through a thick, hot mass of coal or coke Blast-furnace gas is an important engine fuel and is generally used in large engine units It is also burned in large quantities directly under boilers The volume of gas produced per ton of iron made is from 130,000 to 150,000 ft3 (3680 to 4247 m3) When the dust has been removed, blast-furnace gas is a very good gas-engine fuel, because it is low in hydrogen and relatively free from impurities 46 Minimum Amount of Air Required for Combustion The air required for the complete combustion of a fuel depends upon the chemical composition of that fuel The atomic weights of elements important in combustion are: carbon, 1200; hydrogen, 100; sulfur, 3206; nitrogen, 1401 For combustion calculations, atmospheric air may be treated as a mechanical mixture of nitrogen and oxygen in the proportion of 79 parts N2 to 21 parts O2, by volume, and 77 parts N2 to 23 parts O2 by weight By writing the equation of the chemical reaction, the weight of oxygen (and of air) required to burn completely each combustible element of the fuel may be determined For example, for the complete combustion of 1 lb (045 O2 CO2 By substitution of atomic weights, 12 lb (54 kg) kg) of carbon, C 32 lb (145 kg) of oxygen yields 44 lb (199 kg) of CO2 In other of carbon words, to burn completely 1 lb (045 kg) lb of carbon requires 32 / 12(0 / 23) or 116 lb (53 kg) of air The weight of air required to burn completely 1 lb (045 kg) of hydrogen is 348 lb (158 kg), and to burn 1 lb (045 kg) of sulfur, 435 lb (197 kg)
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