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Chemistry of Engine Combustion Deposits

  • Lawrence B. Ebert

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. John P. Longwell
    Pages 1-2
  3. Karen M. Adams, Richard E. Baker
    Pages 19-37
  4. Walter O. Siegl, Mikio Zinbo
    Pages 53-70
  5. Lawrence B. Ebert, William H. Davis Jr., Daniel R. Mills, John D. Dennerlein
    Pages 71-99
  6. William H. Davis Jr., Lawrence B. Ebert, John D. Dennerlein, Daniel R. Mills
    Pages 101-117
  7. L. A. Gebhard, R. S. Lunt, B. G. Silbernagel
    Pages 145-175
  8. Yoshinobu Nakamura, Yoshiaki Yonekawa, Nobukazu Okamoto
    Pages 199-211
  9. J. D. Bittner, S. M. Faist, J. B. Howard, J. P. Longwell
    Pages 227-243
  10. Robert N. Hazlett, James M. Hall
    Pages 245-261
  11. Richard S. Sapienza, Thomas Butcher, C. R. Krishna, Jeffrey Gaffney
    Pages 263-272
  12. Ilgvars J. Spilners, John F. Hedenburg, Carl R. Spohn
    Pages 277-288
  13. Ilgvars J. Spilners, John F. Hedenburg
    Pages 289-302
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 377-379

About this book

Introduction

On March 30, 1981, a symposium entitled "Chemistry of Engine Combustion Deposits" was held at the 181st American Chemical Society National Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, under the sponsorship of the Petroleum Division. This book is an out­ growth of that symposium, including papers from all of the At 1 anta presentors, as we 11 as from others who were i nvi ted to contribute. Research on engine deposits has not been as "glamorous" as in the rel ated fossil fuel areas of petrol eum, coal, or oil shale, and publications in the field have been largely confined to combustion and automotive engineering journals. One objec­ tive of this book is to bring a large body of work on the chemistry of deposits into more general accessibility. We hope to make people more familiar with what deposits are, with what problems they cause, and with what present workers are doing to solve these problems. The creation of the book has involved many people. Patricia M. Vann of Plenum Publishing Corporation gave guidance in planning. We thank Claire Bromley, Ellen Gabriel, and Halina Markowski for the preparation of many of the Exxon contribu­ tions. Finally, we thank Joseph C. Scanlon for his useful advice and encouragement.

Keywords

Emission chemistry combustion infrared spectroscopy modeling nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy

Editors and affiliations

  • Lawrence B. Ebert
    • 1
  1. 1.Exxon Corporate Research LaboratoriesClintonUSA

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