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Fuel Sample - DETROIT MI- Petroleum Administration for Defense District (PADD) 2

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000186835D
Publication Date: 2009-Aug-31

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Abstract

API conducted a program to collect detailed chemical composition data from a broad range of commercial gasoline samples with objective of using this information as “prior arts” to maximize freedom of operations on a broad spectrum of fuel compositions.

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Fuel Sample - DETROIT, MI - Petroleum Administration for Defense District (PADD) 2

The f ollowing pages contain inf ormation on the chemical composition and property characteristics of a commercial

gasoline f uel sample collected in a specif ied geographic area denoted by city , state and "PADD" number. PADD is

an acrony m meaning "Petroleum Administration f or Def ense Districts" and is commonly used by agencies such

as the US Energy Inf ormation Administration f or classif y ing petroleum product supply and consumption patterns.

See f igure at right

For additional details on the study that created this report, please consult "Hy drocarbon Composition and Fuel

Properties of Commercial Gasolines" IPCOM000186443

located at http://priorartdatabase.com/IPCOM/000186443 .

Also, f or a summary statistical analy sis of the property v alues f or all of the commercial gasoline f uel samples

reported in the abov e-ref erenced study , please consult the spreadsheet entitled "Hy drocarbon Composition and

Fuel Properties of Commercial Gasolines - Data Summaries" IPCOM000186444D

located at http://priorartdatabase.com/IPCOM/000186444 .

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SwRI Sample Identif ication 702

PADD 2

Sample Ty pe RU

Emissions Ty pe CONV

Season Summer

Date Sampled 6/10/2008

Surv ey Area DETROIT, MI

RVP, D 5191, psi 7.88

ETOH, Wt, D 5599 (D 4815 f or Calif ornia Samples) 10.44066

EtOH, Vol, D 5599 (D 4815 f or Calif ornia Samples) 9.917247

Corrected Aromatics, D 1319, % 28.01574

Corrected Olef ins, D 1319, % 5.765296

Sulf ur, D 5453, ppm

Sulf ur, D 2622, ppm 12.7

Sulf ur (D5453 or D2622), ppm 12.7

Ev ap_10, D 86, Deg F 132

Ev ap_50, D 86, Deg F 199

Ev ap_90, D 86, Deg F 329

RON, D 2699 94.2

MON, D 2700 83.5

Component Carbon # Type M.W . Avg R.T. Cas No wt % Identified vol % Identified mole % Identified

    Propane 3 P 44.097 7.37 74-98-6 0.048 0.072 0.094 i-Butane 4 I 58.124 8.61 75-28-5 0.210 0.282 0.311 isobutene 4 I 58.124 9.36 115-11-7 0.006 0.007 0.008 n-Butane 4 P 58.124 9.72 106-97-8 0.573 0.739 0.850 t-Butene-2 4 O 56.108 10.17 624-64-6 0.011 0.014 0.017 2,2-Dimethy lpropane 4 I 72.151 10.29 463-82-1 0.013 0.017 0.016 c-Butene-2 4 O 56.108 10.85 590-18-1 0.017 0.020 0.026 Ethanol 2 OX 46.07 12.66 64-17-5 10.441 9.917 19.532 3-Methy lbutene-1 5 O 70.135 12.93 563-45-1 0.732 0.870 0.900

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Component Carbon # Type M.W . Avg R.T. Cas No wt % Identified vol % Identified mole % Identified

     i-Pentane 5 I 72.151 14.38 78-78-4 6.916 8.318 8.262 Pentene-1 5 O 70.135 15.9 109-67-1 0.214 0.248 0.263 2-Methy lbutene-1 5 I 70.135 16.7 563-46-2 0.399 0.457 0.490 n-Pentane 5 P 72.151 17.2 109-66-0 4.187 4.981 5.001 2-Methy l-1,3-Butadiene 5 O 68.119 17.68 78-79-5 0.005 0.006 0.006 t-Pentene-2 5 O 70.135 18.25 646-04-8 0.574 0.660 0.706 3,3-Dimethy lbutene-1 6 O 84.162 19.11 558-37-2 0.007 0.007 0.007 c-Pentene-2 5 O 70.135 19.23 627-20-3 0.314 0.357 0.386 2-Methy lbutene-2 5 O 70.135 19.87 513-35-9 0.773 0.869...