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Gasoil( Diesel)

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   Generally speaking, diesel fuel, also called diesel oil, is any liquid fuel specifically designed for use in a diesel engine, a type of internal combustion engine in which fuel ignition takes place without a spark as a result of compression of the inlet air and then injection of fuel. Therefore, diesel fuel needs good compression ignition characteristics. Gasoil is obtained from atmospheric distillation tower and after processing and combination with a small percentage of kerosine( max 5%) and modification of specifications, is sent to the market. Diesel fuel originated from experiments conducted by German scientist and inventor Rudolf Diesel for his compression-ignition engine he invented in 1892. Originally, Diesel did not consider using any specific type of fuel, instead, he claimed that the operating principle of his rational heat motor would work with any kind of fuel in any state of matter.However, both the first diesel engine prototype and the first functional Diesel engine were only designed for liquid fuels.

 

Gasoil is a broad term that can refer to a range of intermediates and finished petroleum products, generally in the diesel or VGO range of distillation profile.

Intermediates sometimes referred to as gasoil include:

Finished petroleum products sometimes referred to as gasoil include:

Gasoil is widely used in public, private, agricultural and power plants.

It has a density of d = 820  to 860 kg / m3 and its yellow color is only due to the % of sulfur.

The gasoils  Euro6 , Euro 5 , Euro 4 are colorless white and have a sulfur content of zero/10/ 50ppm, respectively.

Tipical  specifications:

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The quality of European diesel fuels is specified by the EN 590 standard. Even though these specifications are not mandatory, they are observed by all fuel suppliers in Europe. Beginning from the late 1990s, several diesel fuel properties—including cetane number, sulfur content and FAME biodiesel content—are also subject to environmental regulations.

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please follow eroupean diesel specification.the same global standards

EN 590:1993 Diesel Fuel Specification
Fuel Property Unit Specification Test
Min Max
Cetane Number   49 - ISO 5165
Cetane Index   46 - ISO 4264
Density @15°C kg/m3 820 860 ISO 3675/ASTM D4052
Sulfur % (wt.) - 0.20 EN 24260/ISO 8754
Flash Point °C 55 - ISO 2719
Carbon residue (10% btms) % (wt.) - 0.30a ISO 10370
Ash % (wt.) - 0.01 EN 26245
Water content mg/kg - 200 ASTM D1744
Copper strip corrosion, 3h @50°C   - Class 1 ISO 2160
Oxidation stability g/m3 - 25 ASTM D2247
Viscosity @40°C mm2/s 2.00 4.50 ISO 3104
Distillation (vol. % recovered) °C     ISO 3405
  10% point report
  50% point report
  65% point 250 -
  85% point - 350
  95% point - 370
a - limit does not apply if ignition improver additives are used.

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Generally speaking, diesel fuel, also called diesel oil, is any liquid fuel specifically designed for use in a diesel engine, a type of internal combustion engine in which fuel ignition takes place without a spark as a result of compression of the inlet air and then injection of fuel.

The term “middle distillates” is assigned to petroleum products obtained in the “middle” boiling range from about 180°C–360°C during the process of crude oil distillation. They are also called middle distillates because the products are removed at mid-height in the distillation tower during the multi-stage process of thermal separation.

In Germany, middle distillate is the technical term used for gasoil. Middle distillates, which are hence also known as gasoil, primarily include extra light heating oil (heating oil EL), and diesel fuel, as well as marine diesel oil (MDO) as an intermediate stage between middle distillates and heavy fuel oil, and jet fuel (also called Jet A-1 or kerosene).

A middle distillate is a clear, colorless to light yellow, flammable liquid. It has between ten and twenty carbon atoms, a density of not more than 0.860 kg/l at 15°C, and a flashpoint above 60°C.

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Diesel fuel is the common term for the distillate fuel oil sold for use in motor vehicles that use the compression ignition engine named for its inventor, German engineer Rudolf Diesel. He patented his original design in 1892. Diesel fuel is refined from crude oil and from biomass materials.

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 Gasoil (50ppm – 500 ppm – 5000 ppm – 10,000 ppm)

Diesel fuel is more efficient than gasoline because it contains 10% more energy per gallon than gasoline. But there are a few kinds of diesel fuel: Just as gasoline is rated by its octane, diesel fuel is rated by its cetane, which indicates how easy it is to ignite and how fast it burns. Standard diesel fuel (sometimes called diesel oil) comes in two grades: Diesel #1 (or 1-D) and Diesel #2 (or 2-D). The higher the cetane number, the more volatile the fuel. Most diesel vehicles use fuel with a rating of 40 to 55. You won’t have to worry about which type to use because all diesel automakers specify Diesel #2 for normal driving conditions. Truckers use Diesel #2 to carry heavy loads for long distances at sustained speeds because it’s less volatile than Diesel #1 and provides greater fuel economy.

In the commercial and agricultural sector gas oil is used for equipment such as cranes, bulldozers, generators, bobcats, tractors and combine harvesters.
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RGE oil is utilized primarily in the fuel markets. In the United States, gas oil is most often consumed in refining processes to produce gasoline blending components. In Western Europe and Asia, only a (relatively) small amount of gas oil is upgraded. Moreover, increased production of gasoline from Fischer-Tropsch-based gas-to-liquids projects could over time replace some gas oil fuel demand in Western Europe and Japanas In the commercial and agricultural sector gas oil is used for equipment such as cranes, bulldozers, generators, bobcats, Slack wax is used in emulsions, construction board, matches, candles, rust protective products and moisture vapor barriers , polishes, inks, carbon paper and externally can be applied as good dust suppressants or controlled-release agents for various chemical and fertilizers.diesel fuel, also called diesel oil, combustible liquid used as fuel for diesel engines, ordinarily obtained from fractions of crude oil that are less volatile .diesel engine, any internal-combustion engine in which air is compressed to a sufficiently high temperature to ignite diesel fuel injected into the cylinder, where combustion ...biodiesel, a biofuel made primarily from oily plants and algae and to a lesser extent from other oily sources (such as waste cooking fat from ...

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