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Geplaatst op 02 oktober 2008 - 20:08

ik ben voor mij profiel werkstuk opzoek hoe ik het cetaangetaal kan bepalen, die wil ik namelijk bepalen bij zelfgemaakte biodiesel.

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Geplaatst op 03 oktober 2008 - 07:12

Oei, ik denk dat het lastig is.

Van de Engelse Wikipedia hierover:

To measure the cetane number properly is rather difficult, as it requires burning the fuel in a special, hard-to-find, diesel engine called a Cooperative Fuel Research (CFR) engine, under standard test conditions. The operator of the CFR engine uses a hand-wheel to increase the pressure within the cylinder of the engine until the time between fuel injection and ignition is 2.407ms. The resulting cetane number is then calculated by determining which mixture of cetane (hexadecane) and isocetane (2,2,4,4,6,8,8-heptamethylnonane) will result in the same ignition delay.

Another reliable and more precise method of measuring the cetane number of diesel fuel is the Ignition Quality Tester (IQTTM). This instrument applies a simpler, more robust approach to CN measurement than the CFR. Fuel is injected into a constant volume combustion chamber in which the ambient temperature is approximately 575įC. The fuel combusts, and the high rate of pressure change within the chamber defines the start of combustion. The ignition delay of the fuel can then be calculated as the time difference between the start of fuel injection and the start of combustion. The fuel's derived cetane number can then be calculated using an empirical inverse relationship to ignition delay.

Another method that fuel-users control quality is by using the Cetane index (CI), which is a calculated number based on the density and distillation range of the fuel. There are various versions of this, depending on whether you use metric or Imperial units, and how many distillation points are used. These days most oil companies use the '4-point method', ASTM D4737, based on density, 10% 51% and 89% evaporation temperatures.. The '2-point method' is defined in ASTM D976, and uses just density and 50% evaporation. However, CI can not be used with cetane improver additives.

The industry standards for measuring cetane number are ASTM D-613 (ISO 5165) and D-6890.

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