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Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Williams, J., Hamje, H., Rickeard, D., Kolbeck, A. et al.
Abstract Research Octane Number (RON) and Motor Octane Number (MON) are used to describe gasoline combustion which describe antiknock performance under different conditions. Recent literature suggests....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Redmann, J., Beutler, M., Kensler, J., Luebbers, M. et al.
Abstract In light of increasingly stringent CO2 emission targets, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) have been driven to develop engines which deliver improved combustion efficiency and reduce ene....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Anderson, J., Collings, T., Mueller, S., Ball, J. et al.
Abstract An experimental study of the effects of partially-oxidized biodiesel fuel on the degradation of fresh fuel was performed. A blend of soybean oil fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs) in petroleum ....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Henkel, S., Hardalupas, Y., Taylor, A., Conifer, C. et al.
Abstract In Gasoline Direct Injection engines, direct exposure of the injector to the flame can cause combustion products to accumulate on the nozzle, which can result in increased particulate emissio....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): de Goede, S., Barbour, R., Velaers, A., Sword, B. et al.
Abstract Internal diesel injector deposits (IDID) are now a well understood phenomenon and a standard test procedure has been developed and partially approved by the Coordinating European Council (CEC....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Kikuchi, G., Miyagawa, M., Yamamoto, Y., and Inayoshi, N.
Abstract Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) systems reduce exhaust emissions and improve fuel efficiency. Recently, the number of EGR system installed vehicles has been increasing, especially for gasolin....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Li, J., Bera, T., Parkes, M., and Jacobs, T.
Abstract This paper investigates the effect of the cetane number (CN) of a diesel fuel on the energy balance between a light duty (1.9L) and medium duty (4.5L) diesel engine. The two engines have a si....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Al-Khodaier, M., Bhavani Shankar, V., Waqas, M., Naser, N. et al.
Abstract Increasing the anti-knock quality of gasoline fuels can enable higher efficiency in spark ignition engines. In this study, the blending anti-knock quality of dicyclopentadiene (DCPD), a by-pr....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Behrendt, C. and Smith, A.
Abstract Injector cleanliness is well characterised in the literature [1,2,3,4] as a key factor for maintained engine performance in modern diesel cars. Injector deposits have been shown to reduce inj....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Kass, M. and West, B.
Abstract The compatibility of key fuel system infrastructure elastomers with promising bio-blendstock fuel candidates was examined using Hansen solubility analysis. Thirty-four candidate fuels were ev....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Vertin, K., Schuchmann, B., Studzinski, W., Davis, R. et al.
Abstract Automakers are designing smaller displacement engines with higher power densities to improve vehicle fuel economy, while continuing to meet customer expectations for power and drivability. Th....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Prakash, A., Wang, C., Janssen, A., Aradi, A. et al.
Modern spark ignition engines can take advantage of better fuel octane quality either towards improving acceleration performance or fuel economy via an active ignition management system. High....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Rounthwaite, N., Williams, R., McGivery, C., Jiang, J. et al.
Abstract Modern diesel passenger car technology continues to develop rapidly in response to demanding emissions, performance, refinement, cost and fuel efficiency requirements. This has included the i....
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