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Gasoline Vapour Recovery

Gasoline Vapour Recovery

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Title: Gasoline Vapour Recovery
Author: Elsamani, Mohamed Ahmed; Elwadie, Mohamed Elfadil
Abstract: Gasoline emissions in service station is one of the biggest issues that people are not taking it under consideration especially in Sudan , because the rate of the gasoline emissions are very high backs to the high temperature rates. Gasoline emissions should also be taking seriously because the high value of gasoline. These emissions contribute to the formation of smog and the control of these emissions has been applied internationally for some years. Vapor recovery is the preferred control technology after prevention and minimization. The application of vapor recovery of gasoline in Sudan has never been used. Gasoline loading data and vapor analyses date were used to determine the theoretical and experimental filling emissions from underground tanks in three different service stations in Khartoum: 1/Al-Oshra station. 2/Jabl Awleya station. 3/Dar AL Salam station. The average evaporative emission per year in each station were (13800.04 liter/year), (8822.02 liter/year) and (7825.46 liter/year) respectively. From These values of gasoline emissions it shows that the economic losses are very high with a range of 30000- 60000 SDG per year. So the application of Vapor recovery System should be applied in Sudan to minimize the Gasoline losses in service stations.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/17697
Date: 2015-08


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