Microbial Growth In Diesel Fuel
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Microbial Growth In Diesel Fuel
This research seeks to investigate the impacts of uncontrolled microbial contamination on diesel fuel quality and also how to minimize the microbial growth. For diesel fuel to be considered as standard fuel, it must contain only 0.2 cm3 of water per liter of fuel. The rest of the water settles at the bottom of the tank and it is enough to serve as a biosphere for the microbial growth. The microbial decomposition form an emulsion of water and fuel and make separation of the water more difficult. The microbes in the diesel fuel are responsible for problems like fouling of tanks, pipes, filters and to large extent corrosion of the tanks and pipelines.DownloadViews: 166

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