Diesel-Indien-hi-speed

Referenzen

# 1 ISI 1974a
# 2 IIP 1994/12
# 3 Sharma/Sharma 1994

Metadaten

Datenqualität mittel (sekundäre/abgeleitete Daten)
Dateneingabe durch System
Quelle GTZ
Review Status kein Review
Letzte Änderung 16.08.2000 01:04:24
Sprache Deutsch
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Kenndaten

Kategorie Brennstoffe-fossil-Öl
variable Kosten: 20,715*10-3 €/kWh
energetische Wertigkeit 1,0000000
Wirkungsgrad des Referenzsystems 100,00000 %
spezifisches Gewicht 84,782186 kg/MWh
fossiler Energieträger
Emissionsfaktor CO2 267,469*103 g/MWh
Emissionsfaktor SO2 846,95987 g/MWh
Flüssiger Brennstoff
Dichte 1,0000000 kg/l
Heizwert: 42,461750 MJ/kg
Brennwert: 45,450000 MJ/kg
Kohlenstoff-Gehalt: 86,100000 %
Wasserstoff-Gehalt: 13,270000 %
Stickstoff-Gehalt: 20,000*10-3 %
Schwefel-Gehalt: 500,00*10-3 %
Wassergehalt: 100,00*10-3 %
Asche-Gehalt: 10,000*10-3 %

Kommentar

Motor vehicles require HSD (high speed diesel) as their source of fuel. LDO (light diesel oil) is used in a small amounts for agriculture. Six times more diesel is used than gasoline in India. The price is set at 8 Rs/l and it is subsidised. The product specification of Indian diesel is given in (ISI 1974a). The content of sulphur in Indian diesel ranges between 0.3 and 0.7 wt% (in two refineries) with an average of 0.5 wt%. This is less than the legal specification of 1 wt%. For metropolitan cities this maximum will be reduced on April 1, 1996, to 0.5 wt%. The content of sulphur in diesel will be reduced to 0.25 wt% by the year 2000 (IIP 1994/12; IOC 1995). The carbon content of HSD and LDO is 86.1 wt% and 87.4 wt% respectively. Estimated data for Indian diesel oil is given in Table 3.3 (SHARMA/SHARMA 1994/04). ultimate analysis estimted based on #1, #2 and #3