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Doing More With Ethanol. Data Sourced from SAE 2012-01-1277 & 1274. Presented by Dan Schwartzkopf. 1. How to Improve Efficiency. Phase I. Ethanol Extends the Efficiency of Gasoline. 2. Reaching the Octane Limit / Knock. Phase I. WOW, E30 Provides Over 100 Octane Performance. 3.

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Doing more with ethanol

Doing More With Ethanol

Data Sourced from SAE 2012-01-1277 & 1274

Presented by Dan Schwartzkopf

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How to improve efficiency

How to Improve Efficiency

Phase I

Ethanol Extends the Efficiency of Gasoline

2


Reaching the octane limit knock

Reaching the Octane Limit / Knock

Phase I

WOW, E30 Provides Over 100 Octane Performance

3


Equal or better mileage potential with e30

Equal or Better Mileage Potential with E30

Most fuel today has 10% ethanol blended, even FFVs on the road today would see little to no MPG loss with E20 or E30 when operating at a higher load. Thus, saving consumers money

at the pump.

Phase I

There is a Modest Value Today of Intermediate Blends

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More efficiency improvement

More Efficiency Improvement

Value Vertically and Horizontally

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100 ron e30

100 RON E30

Breaking the Blend Wall with a Clean, High Efficiency Fuel

Column Arepresents what the consumer will see for current octane, but

column C will be the additional value of having 30% ethanol.

Column B is what automobile engineers will look at, but if E30 is widely

adopted, then they can plan on adding column C to B for direct injection

fuel systems.

Column C would be reduced by at least 50% for current port fuel injection vehicles.

RON = Research Octane Number

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