Throughout the world, research and development in the field of vehicle transportation is increasingly focusing on engine and fuel combinations. The conventional and alternative fuels of the future are seen as fundamental to the development of a new generation of internal combustion engines that attain low well-to-wheel CO2 emissions along with near-zero pollutant emissions. These issues were debated during an international conference whose proceedings are presented in this book. This international conference attracted specialists in the field, including participants from universities, research centres and industry.Contents : Future of liquid fuels, Engine and fuel-related issues in HCCI a CAI combustion, Energy conversion in engines from natural gas, Use of hydrogen in IC engines, Which fuels for low CO2 engines?Proceedings of the International Conference Held in Rueil-Malmaison, France, September, 22-23, 2004 Pierre Duret, Xavier Montagne. -s. ... At the start of the test the divert valve is activated and reformate flows to the intake during engine crank. ... Confirmation Test Conditions Figure 8 shows plots of the total HC emissions versus time for the first cycle of the FTP test using the 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer.
|Title||:||Which Fuels for Low CO2 Engines?|
|Author||:||Pierre Duret, Xavier Montagne|
|Publisher||:||Editions TECHNIP - 2004|