Efficiency and Emissions Comparison of Single and Dual-Fuel Lo Temp Combo on a Light Duty Multi-Cylinder Diesel Engine


Scott Curran is a research and development staff member in the Fuels Engines and Emissions Research Center at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He is the principal investigator on DOE funded multi-cylinder advanced combustion and emissions controls research as well as fuel effects on advanced combustion research projects. His primary focus is on the translational effects of high efficiency combustion concepts to multi-cylinder engines and the interdependency of engine system efficiency with emissions controls. He is also involved in well-to-wheels analysis for mobile and stationary power sources including natural gas and combined heat and power applications. Scott is a conference session organizer for SAE World Congress and an active author for SAE technical papers.