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Survey on Advanced Fuels for Advanced Engines

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Survey on Advanced Fuels for Advanced Engines (Volume 25) (English shop)

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Jürgen Krahl (Editor)
Olaf Schröder (Editor)

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ISBN-13 (Hard Copy) 9783736970366
ISBN-13 (eBook) 9783736960367
Language Alemán
Page Number 138
Lamination of Cover glossy
Edition 1.
Book Series Fuels Joint Research Group - Interdisziplinäre Kraftstoffforschung für die Mobilität der Zukunft
Volume 25
Publication Place Göttingen
Publication Date 2019-10-28
General Categorization Non-Fiction
Departments Mechanical and process engineering
Keywords engine, fuel, combustion, adaptations, road , climate, consumption, environmental, objections, technologies, vehicle, different, acceptance, advanced, biofuels, future, concerns, data, criteria, general, chapter, effects, properties, technical, adverse,renewable,regulations, alternative, co2, emission, affected, approval, additives, Motor, Kraftstoff, Verbrennung, Anpassungen, Straße, Klima, Verbrauch, Akzeptanz, umgebungsbedingt, Einwände, Technologien, Fahrzeug, Kriterien, Biokraftstoff, Zukunft, Bedenken, Effekte, Eigenschaften, nachteilig, erneuerbar, Vorschriften, co2, Emission, betroffen, Genehmigung, Zusatzstoffe
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The literature study “Survey on Advanced Fuels for Advanced Engines” has been set up as a reviewlike compilation and consolidation of relevant information concerning recent and upcoming advanced engine fuels for road vehicles with special focus on biomass-based liquid fuels. It is provided as a selfcontained report, but at the same time serves as an updated and complementary resource to IEAAMF’s online fuel information portal (http://www.iea-amf.org). An attempt is made to describe the status quo and perspectives of advanced fuels and to give a broad overview on parameters, tools and experimental approaches necessary for fuel characterization and evaluation. The focus of literature coverage, especially concerning fuel properties and exhaust emission research results, is from recent to approximately five or ten years back, but if appropriate, older resources were considered too in the general discussion of relevant effects and mechanisms.