M. Matbouei, D.P. Weston, Xingzhong Liang, S.V. Hainsworth
Abstract:

Biodiesel is increasingly being used in automotive and other engine applications because of its potential to contribute to the reduction of CO 2 and other harmful emissions. However, biodiesel is known to be more corrosive in contact with metallic components than petroleum diesel. This work explores the corrosion of aluminium, steel, brass and copper metallic coupons exposed to B100 biodiesel at 25, 80, 90, 100, 110 and 120 °C. The metals that were chosen are commonly found in automo…

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