v2(t) = higher-emitter VOC equation for target fuel, as defined below

v1(b) = normal-emitter VOC equation, defined below, with base-fuel properties as input

v2(b) = higher-emitter VOC equation, defined below, with base-fuel properties as input

exp(n) = the root of Naperian or natural logarithms () raised to the power n.

II. Consolidated Exhaust VOC Equations

For normal Emitters:

For higher emitters:

where

OXY = oxygen weight percent of fuel

SUL = sulfur content of fuel, in parts per million by weight

RVP = Reid Vapor Pressure of fuel, in pounds per square inch (gauge), measured at 100° F

E200 = 200° F distillation fraction of the fuel, volume percent

E300 = 300° F distillation fraction of the fuel, volume percent

ARO = total aromatics content of fuel, volume percent

OLE = total olefins content of fuel, volume percent.



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