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Standard ID HJ 517-2009 (HJ517-2009)
Description (Translated English) Codes for Fuel Classification
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Word Count Estimation 10,149
Date of Issue 2009-12-21
Date of Implementation 2010-03-01
Quoted Standard GB 252-2000; GB 253-2008; GB 438-1977; GB 5751-1986; GB 1787-2008; GB 1788-1979; GB 6537-2006; GB 11174-1997; GB 17820-1999; GB 17930-2006; GB 18047-2000; GB 19159-2003; GB/T 1996-2003; GB/T 7027; GB/T 8729-1988; GB/T 13612-2006; GB/T 17411-1998; GB/T 19147-2003; GB/T 20828-2007; GJB 560-1988; GJB 1603-1993; SH 0348-1992; SH/T 0356-1996; SH/T 0527-1992; GB 18351-2004; GB/T 19204-2003
Drafting Organization Department of Environmental Protection Information Center
Regulation (derived from) Department of Environmental Protection Notice No. 70 of 2009
Summary This standard specifies the classification of fuel type and code information. This standard applies to environmental protection departments at all levels across fuel categories of information collection, exchange, processing, use, and environmental management information system management.

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HJ 517-2009
Codes for Fuel Classification
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic
Fuel classification code
2010-03-01 Implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
Foreword. II
1 Scope.1
2 Normative references.1
3 Terms and Definitions..1
4 classification principles. 2
5 Classification method. 2
6 combustion mode code 2
7 Fuel Classification and Code.4
In order to promote the construction of environmental information, establish and improve the environmental information standard system to provide environmental information processing and exchange
Technical support, ensuring the orderly development of fuel category information processing and exchange, unifying fuel classification and codes, and developing this standard.
This standard specifies the classification and code of fuel.
This standard is the first release.
This standard was formulated by the Science and Technology Standards Department of the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
This standard was drafted. Information Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, Beijing University of Science and Technology.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Environmental Protection on December 21,.2009.
This standard has been implemented since March 1,.2010.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Fuel classification code
1 Scope of application
This standard specifies the classification and code of fuel category information.
This standard applies to the information collection, exchange, processing, use and environment of fuel categories of environmental protection departments at all levels across the country.
Management of management information system construction.
2 Normative references
The contents of this standard refer to the terms in the following documents. For undated references, the valid version applies to this
GB 252-2000 light diesel oil
GB 253-2008 kerosene
GB 438-1977 No. 1 jet fuel
GB 5751-86 China Coal Classification
GB 1787-2008 Aviation piston engine fuel
GB 1788-1979 No. 2 jet fuel
GB 6537-2006 No. 3 jet fuel
GB 11174-1997 Liquefied petroleum gas
GB 17820-1999 natural gas
GB 17930-2006 motor gasoline
GB 18047-2000 Compressed natural gas for vehicles
GB 18351-2004 Ethanol gasoline for vehicles
GB 19159-2003 Liquefied petroleum gas for vehicles
GB/T.1996-2003 Metallurgical coke
GB/T 7027 Basic principles and methods of information classification and coding
GB/T 8729-1988 foundry coke
GB/T 13612-2006 artificial gas
GB/T 17411-1998 Marine fuel oil
GB/T 19147-2003 Automotive Diesel
GB/T 19204-2003 General properties of liquefied natural gas
GB/T 20828-2007 Biodiesel for diesel fuel blending (BD100)
GJB 560-88 jet fuel No. 5
GJB 1603-93 No. 6 jet fuel
SH 0348-92 No. 4 jet fuel
SH/T 0356-1996 Furnace fuel oil
SH/T 0527-92 delayed petroleum coke (raw coke)
3 Terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
Fuel category information
According to the information attribute or characteristics of the fuel category, the process of distinguishing and classifying it according to certain rules is fuel
Categories establish a certain classification system and order.
A collection of things that have a common attribute, also known as a category.
Classification system
The whole of the interrelated categories formed after classification.
Fuel classification code
A character or set of characters representing a fuel class.
Fuel classification code
The process of assigning codes to fuel categories.
Code table
The form of expression after fuel classification. The fuel classification code table mainly includes the code of the first and second category, the name of the category and the preparation
Note and so on.
4 Classification principles
4.1 Scientific principles
According to the most stable information attribute of the fuel category and the logical association existing in it, as the basis for classification, and considering the fuel category
Other characteristics and development requirements.
4.2 Practical Principles
When classifying fuel categories, the category setting should be comprehensive and practical, and the important fuel categories of concern should be regarded as the first class.
4.3 Stability Principle
When classifying fuels, it should be combined with the results of China's fuel classification research work, and consider the classification and editing that some departments are using.
4.4 Extensibility Principle
Reserve space on the expansion of fuel categories to ensure that the classification system has certain flexibility and can be extended on this classification system.
Refine. Under the premise of maintaining the classification system, the applicable classification rules are allowed to be developed under the final classification.
4.5 Compatibility Principle
Coordinate with relevant information classification standards existing in the country, maintain the continuity of inheritance and actual use, and related countries
The standard is consistent.
4.6 Principle of targeting
Listed separately for some important and frequently used fuel categories, targeted and more detailed classification.
5 Classification methods
5.1 Basic methods
The basic classification method of this standard follows the provisions and requirements of GB/T 7027.
5.2 Fuel classification method
The surface classification method is appropriate according to the type of fuel material state, and the fuel source, composition or processing state characteristics
The difference should be classified by line classification method. This standard adopts the surface classification method as the main method, and the line classification method is supplemented by the mixed classification.
The fuel classification is divided into the first category and the second category. The categories are classified according to the fuel source, composition or processing status.
Dry class.
6 combustion mode coding
6.1 Coding principle
6.1.1 Uniqueness
In a classification system, each fuel category has only one code, and one code represents only one fuel category.
6.1.2 Rationality
The code structure is adapted to the classification system.
6.1.3 Extensibility
Have appropriate backup capacity to accommodate the ever-expanding needs.
6.1.4 Simplicity
The code structure is as concise as possible and the length is as short as possible to save machine storage space and reduce the error rate of the code.
6.1.5 Stability
Once the code for the fuel classification is determined, it should remain unchanged.
6.1.6 Normative
The type, structure, and format of the code must be uniform.
6.2 Coding method
The coding method of fuel classification adopts hierarchical coding method, which uses mixed coding of letters and numbers. Letters indicate the basics of fuel
Attributes, numbers indicate the major categories of fuels, sub-categories, and combustion pollution properties. The fuel classification code is represented by the hierarchy from left to right.
To the low, the left end of the code is the highest level code, and the right end is the lowest level code. Except for fuel categories and combustion pollution properties
In addition to knowing the code, the digital code uses a fixed incremental format. The sequence code uses an incremental digital code.
6.3 Code composition
The fuel classification code consists of four segments of characters. The first paragraph represents the basic properties of the fuel, and the second paragraph represents the broad category of fuel.
The third paragraph indicates the subclass or name of the fuel, and the fourth paragraph indicates the combustion pollution properties of the fuel, namely the ash content and the sulfur content.
The basic attribute code of the fuel is indicated by an English letter, where "f" means ordinary fuel and "n" means nuclear fuel. Burning
The large class code of materials is divided into three categories. solid fuel, liquid fuel and gaseous fuel according to the physical form of fuel used.
The Arabic numerals 1, 2 and 3 are indicated. The subclass or name of the fuel is represented by two Arabic numerals, the second of which
When the number of digits is "0", it is a small class of fuel. The fuel pollution attribute of the fuel is represented by two Arabic numerals. the first place
The fuel ash content is 0 to 4, 9; the second position indicates the fuel sulfur content, and the value is 0 to 3, 9. Code structure
As shown in Figure 1.
□ □ □ □ - □ □
Fuel sulfur code
Fuel ash code
Fuel subclass or name code
Fuel class code
Figure 1 code structure description
Fuel property code
6.4 Fuel ash and sulfur content code value
The fuel ash code values are listed in Table 1.
Table 1 Fuel ash content code value table
Air dry basis ash mass fraction (%)
0 ≤10 10~20 20~30 ≥30 Unknown solid fuel
Liquid fuel 0
Gas fuel 0
The fuel sulfur code values are listed in Table 2.
Table 2 Fuel sulfur content code value table
Air dry base sulfur mass fraction (%)
0 ≤1 1~2 ≥2 Unknown solid fuel
Fuel sulfur mass fraction (%)
0 ≤1 1~2 ≥2 Unknown liquid fuel
The sum of the volume fraction of hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide (%)
0 ≤1 1~2 ≥2 unknown gas fuel
Example. a bituminous coal ashless base volatile fraction mass fraction is 25%, air dry base ash mass fraction is 8%, air dry base sulfur mass fraction
The score is 0.6% and the fuel code is f113-11.
7 Fuel classification and code
Table 3 lists the fuel category name, code, and corresponding notes.
Table 3 Fuel Classification Code Table
Code category name note
F100 solid fuel
F110 coal
F111 Anthracite is the same as the coal category of GB 5751-86
F112 low volatile bituminous coal
Refers to the dry mass fraction of coal with no ash content of 10% to 20%
Bituminous coal, which is a coal of ten digits in GB 5751-86
F113 volatile volatile coal
Refers to the dry mass fraction of coal with no ash content of 20% to 28%
Bituminous coal, that is, the number 10 of coal in GB 5751-86
F114 medium and high volatile bituminous coal
Refers to the dry mass fraction of coal with no ash content of 28% to 37%.
Bituminous coal, that is, the number of coal with ten digits of 3 in GB 5751-86
F115 High volatile bituminous coal refers to bituminous coal with coal dry ashless base mass fraction >37%, ie the coal number of tens of digits of 4 in GB 5751-86
F116 lignite is the same as the coal category of GB 5751-86
F120 other natural mineral solid fuel
F121 stone coal
F122 peat
F123 coal gangue
F124 oil shale
F125 carbon asphalt
F126 natural coke
F130 artificial solid fuel
F131 coke including GB/T.1996-2003, GB/T 8729-1988
F132 briquette
F133 petroleum coke SH/T 0527-92
F134 charcoal
F135 wax
F140 biomass solid fuel
F141 Biomass fuel refers to perennial wood and annual herbs and native biomass such as straw
F142 Biomass fuel refers to processed biomass, such as biomass dense molding fuel
F150 solid combustible waste
F151 Urban living garbage
F152 medical waste
F153 Urban sludge includes. sludge from sewage treatment plants
N160 nuclear fuel
N161 nuclear fuel
N162 spent fuel
F170 Slurry fuel refers to solid-liquid two-phase slurry fuel mixed with solid combustible powder and water or other liquid
F171 Coal water slurry includes common commercial coal water slurry, fine coal water slurry, coal slurry water coal slurry
F172 other slurry fuel
Including petroleum coke-water mixture fuel, bitumen-water mixture fuel
And other solids of combustible solids mixed with water or other liquids -
Liquid two-phase slurry fuel
F180 solid rocket fuel
F181 solid rocket propellant
F190 other solid fuel
F200 liquid fuel
F210 Petroleum and petroleum products
F211 crude oil
F212 Gasoline includes GB 17930-2006, GB 18351-2004, GB 1787-2008
F213 kerosene (jet fuel, general kerosene)
Including GB 438-1977, GB 1788-1979, GB 6537-1994,
SH 0348-92, GJB 560-88, GJB 1603-93 and GB
F214 Diesel includes GB/T 19147-2003, GB 252-2000
F215 fuel oil including GB/T 17411-1998 and SH/T 0356-1996
F220 Coal processing to obtain fuel oil
F221 coal tar
F222 Coal liquefied oil refers to fuel oil obtained by various direct liquefaction and indirect liquefaction processes using coal as raw material.
F230 Other natural mineral processing to obtain fuel oil
F231 shale oil
F240 biological liquid fuel
F241 biodiesel GB/T 20828-2007
F242 Alcohol fuel mainly includes biomethanol fuel and bioethanol fuel
F250 liquid rocket fuel
F251 liquid rocket fuel propellant
F290 other liquid fuel
F300 gaseous fuel
F310 natural gas fuel
F311 Natural gas includes GB 17820-1999, GB 18407-2000 and GB/T 19204-2003
F312 coalbed methane
F320 metallurgical process by-product gas
F321 coke oven gas refers to the by-product gas produced by coke oven coking production
F322 blast furnace gas refers to by-product gas obtained from blast furnace ironmaking production
F323 converter gas refers to by-product gas produced by converter steelmaking
F324 coke oven-blast furnace-converter mixed gas
Refers to a certain proportion of coke oven gas, blast furnace gas and converter gas
Gas obtained after mixing
F330 by-product gas in petroleum refining process
F331 refinery dry gas
F332 LPG includes GB 11174-1997 and GB 19159-2003
F340 artificial gas
F341 Air gas refers to the gas obtained by continuous operation of air as a gasifying agent in a gas generator
F342 Mixed gas refers to the gas continuously operated in the furnace with air-water vapor as the gasifying agent.
F343 artificial gas GB/T 13612-2006
F350 Gas produced by fermentation of organic matter
F351 Biogas refers to gaseous fuel produced by fermentation and decomposition of organic matter such as crop straw, weeds and livestock manure.
F390 other gaseous fuel