Influence of Biodiesel and Different Designed Diesel Fuels on the Exhaust Gas Emissions and Health Effects 2003-01-3199
The more stringent regulations for diesel engine emissions lead to the requirement that both fuels and engines must be developed jointly. In the future, so-called designer fuels will help to achieve the stringent limits. In our research, conventional diesel fuel, biodiesel, Swedish low sulfur diesel fuel MK1 and a specially designed diesel fuel were compared using a DaimlerChrysler diesel engine, running the modes of the ECE 49 test cycle. The results for regulated and non-regulated gaseous emissions, particulate matter size distributions as well as mutagenic effects of particle extracts are reported.
Citation: Krahl, J., Munack, A., Schröder, O., Stein, H. et al., "Influence of Biodiesel and Different Designed Diesel Fuels on the Exhaust Gas Emissions and Health Effects," SAE Technical Paper 2003-01-3199, 2003, https://doi.org/10.4271/2003-01-3199. Download Citation
Jürgen Krahl, Axel Munack, Olaf Schröder, Hendrik Stein, Jürgen Bünger
University of Applied Sciences Coburg, Institute for Technology and Biosystems Engineering, Federal Agricultural Research Centre, Center of Occupational and Social Medicine, University of Göttingen
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Oxygenated and Alternative Fuels, and Combustion and Flow Diagnostics-SP-1809, SAE 2003 Transactions Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V112-4