Browse Publications Technical Papers 2003-01-2265
2003-06-23

Development of an Adiabatic Engine Installed Energy Recover Turbines and Converters of CNG Fuel 2003-01-2265

In order to improve the fuel consumption and control exhaust emissions in a heat insulation engine, fuels reformed CH4 by CO2 and steam were used. Porous metal plate coated Li2ZrO3 was used to make CO2 separate from the exhaust gas of the engine. CH4 and CO2 gas are supplied to the catalytic converter and reformed CO and H2gas increased to 30% on kinetic energy are supplied to the engine as well as gas and steam turbine is installed to recover the exhaust gas energy. As the result the thermal efficiency of the engine systems will be improved to about 57.5% compared with 42% of conventional diesel engine.

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