Particle and Gaseous Emissions of Diesel Engines Fuelled by Different Non-Esterified Plant Oils 2007-24-0127
The particulate matter and gas emissions of several plant oils are analyzed in the hot exhaust gas under various engine conditions at different speeds and loads The measurement data are compared to the emission values of conventional diesel fuel (gas oil). The investigation concentrates on a modern common rail TDI light duty diesel, four cylinders, for passenger cars. The differences in the gas and particulate matter emission - compared to conventional diesel fuel - are remarkably low for the diesel engine which is properly adjusted for the plant oils. Emission data of an old heavy duty diesel engine are also shown for comparison reasons and reveals large differences. Differences are found in the pressures of the indicator diagram, time resolved over the crank angle. Plant oils consistently exhibit a higher cylinder pressure. The TEM investigation confirms the differences found by the LPME (long path multi-wavelength extinction) on-line analysis.
Citation: Dorn, B., Wehmann, C., Winterhalter, R., and Zahoransky, R., "Particle and Gaseous Emissions of Diesel Engines Fuelled by Different Non-Esterified Plant Oils," SAE Technical Paper 2007-24-0127, 2007, https://doi.org/10.4271/2007-24-0127. Download Citation
Benjamin Dorn, Christian Wehmann, Richard Winterhalter, Richard Zahoransky
University of Applied Sciences Offenburg, Badstr. 24, D-77652 Offenburg
8th International Conference on Engines for Automobiles