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“…In a similar study [184] where Fenton’s reagent as oxidizer and acetic acid were used, 97.5% sulfur removal from original diesel fuel containing 1936.48 ppmw total S (followed by extraction at DMF/oil 1:1 vol ratio under vigorous mixing at room temperature) has been achieved at optimum operating conditions (70 °C, 10 min, 8 W cm −2 ultrasonic intensity, O/S molar ratio 6: 1, FeSO 4 /HP mass ratio 2:10 and acetic acid/HP volume ratio 1:2) under direct US at 28 kHz frequency. It was reported that the diesel loss after oxidation-extraction is less than 8 wt% and although the density and cetane index decreased a little, the other properties of diesel fuel did not change much.…”
Section: Types Of Catalysts In Uaodsmentioning
confidence: 79%
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“…In a similar study [184] where Fenton’s reagent as oxidizer and acetic acid were used, 97.5% sulfur removal from original diesel fuel containing 1936.48 ppmw total S (followed by extraction at DMF/oil 1:1 vol ratio under vigorous mixing at room temperature) has been achieved at optimum operating conditions (70 °C, 10 min, 8 W cm −2 ultrasonic intensity, O/S molar ratio 6: 1, FeSO 4 /HP mass ratio 2:10 and acetic acid/HP volume ratio 1:2) under direct US at 28 kHz frequency. It was reported that the diesel loss after oxidation-extraction is less than 8 wt% and although the density and cetane index decreased a little, the other properties of diesel fuel did not change much.…”
Section: Types Of Catalysts In Uaodsmentioning
confidence: 79%
“…It was observed in the studies [178] , [181] , [182] , [183] , [184] , [185] that the properties of diesel fuels (density at 15 °C, kinematic viscosity at 40 °C, flash point, water content, cetane index) almost did not change after UAODS process followed by extraction.…”
Section: Types Of Catalysts In Uaodsmentioning
confidence: 96%
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“…Due to these environmental concerns, very stringent standards on the sulfur content of transportation fuels have been legislated in different countries. Therefore, different methods for removal of the sulfur-containing compounds from fuels have been studied by many researchers (Babich and Moulijn, 2003;Dehkordi et al, 2009b;Fan et al, 2009;Mjalli et al, 2014). Nowadays, the hydrodesulfurization (HDS) process is the conventional technology applied for the removal of sulfur-containing compounds from oil derivatives.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among various air pollutants, sulfur oxide (SO x ) is one typical hazard which has adverse effects on human health and the atmospheric environment (i.e., causing acid rain and generating fine particular matter) Xia 2008;Mohammadian et al 2017). It is estimated that half of the anthropogenic SO 2 arises for the emission from fossil-fuel combustion, including onroad vehicle sources and off-road mobile sources (Lu et al 2010;Fan et al 2009). In such circumstances, clean fuel research, especially ultra-deep desulfurization of transportation fuels, becomes a more and more important subject in environmental catalysis.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%