STUDY OF ANTI-WEAR PROPERTIES OF BLENDED JET FUELS BASED ON CAMELINA OIL ETHYL ESTERS

  • I.L. Trofimov National Aviation University, Kyiv
  • M.M. Svirid National Aviation University, Kyiv
  • S.V. Boichenko National Aviation University, Kyiv
  • A.V. Yakovlieva National Aviation University, Kyiv
  • S.V. Ternovenko National Aviation University, Kyiv
  • M. Bartosh University of Zhilina, Zhilina, Slovakia
Keywords: jet fuel, camelina oil, anti-wear properties, biocomponents, lubricating ability, wear, friction

Abstract

Presented studies are related to the spheres of aviation and machine-building. Anti-wear properties of conventional jet fuel, fatty acids ethyl esters bio-additives derived from camelina oil and their blends were investigated experimentally. It was found that lubricity of bio-additive is significantly higher comparing to conventional oil-derived jet fuel. It was found that addition of bio-additive into the composition of jet fuel leads to strengthening of boundary film, decreasing of friction coefficient and improvement of anti-wear properties of fuel blends. The mechanism of fatty acids esters influence on improvement of anti-wear properties of jet fuel was substantiated. It was shown that camelina oil fatty acids esters positively influence on lubricating ability of oil-derived jet fuels and may be used in order to improve anti-wear properties of conventional jet fuels. Ref. 15, Fig. 2, Tabl. 1.

Author Biographies

I.L. Trofimov, National Aviation University, Kyiv

Candidate of Technical Sciences

M.M. Svirid, National Aviation University, Kyiv

Candidate of Technical Sciences

S.V. Boichenko, National Aviation University, Kyiv

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor

A.V. Yakovlieva, National Aviation University, Kyiv

Candidate of Technical Sciences

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Published
2019-12-20
How to Cite
Trofimov, I., Svirid, M., Boichenko, S., Yakovlieva, A., Ternovenko, S., & Bartosh, M. (2019). STUDY OF ANTI-WEAR PROPERTIES OF BLENDED JET FUELS BASED ON CAMELINA OIL ETHYL ESTERS. Energy Technologies & Resource Saving, (4), 18-24. https://doi.org/10.33070/etars.4.2019.03