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doc. Ing. Elena Hájeková, PhD.
Identification number: 3886
University e-mail: elena.hajekova [at]
Docentka CSc.,PhD. - Department of Organic Technology, Catalysis and Petroleum Chemistry (IOCP FCFT)

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Type of thesis: Final thesis
Thesis title:Physical-chemical Properties of Gasoline with Added Alcohols
Written by (author): Carolina Zamperoni Rodriguez
Department: Department of Organic Technology, Catalysis and Petroleum Chemistry (IOCP FCFT)
Thesis supervisor: doc. Ing. Elena Hájeková, PhD.
Opponent:doc. Ing. Pavol Daučík, PhD.
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.

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Language of final thesis:English

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Title of the thesis:Physical-chemical Properties of Gasoline with Added Alcohols
Summary:Study of the effect of gasoline composition, effect of ethanol and butanol on the resulting physicochemical properties of the fuel mixture was done. Since the ethanol is one of the most used biofuels and with the butanol is being carried out studies for its use in the near future. The present work shows the results of the characterization of commercial mixtures of BOB gasoline with different percentages of ethanol and 1-butanol. The main tests performed on the blends were density and viscosity measured at temperatures -5°C, 5 °C and 15 °C, as well as distillation curves. With the characterization data obtained, it was verified that the density increases, if the amount of alcohol in the mixture increase. Densities grew linearly with the temperature increase for all the mixtures observed. The viscosities of the 1-butanol / gasoline blends compared to the ethanol / gasoline viscosities showed only slightly higher values to a 20% concentration of 1-butanol. Parameters of distillation curve given by standard (E70, E100 and E150) were fulfilled for all ethanol / gasoline mixtures, and only the E70 parameter for 1-butanol / gasoline mixtures with concentration of 1-butanol higher than 15 % did not meet requirements given by E70.
Key words:ethanol, physical-chemical properties, gasoline, 1-butanol

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