Revisiting diesel fuel formulation from Petroleum light and middle refinery streams based on optimized engine behavior

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Ben Amara , Arij; Dauphin , Roland; Babiker , Hassan; Viollet , Yoann; Chang , Junseok; Jeuland , Nicolas; Amer , Amer;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.fuel.2016.01.062
  • Subject: Diesel | Low temperature combustion | [ SPI.OTHER ] Engineering Sciences [physics]/Other | NOx | Formulation | Direct injection | Gasoline | Naphtha | [ SPI ] Engineering Sciences [physics] | Emissions

International audience; The share of diesel fuel in European transport sector, which currently represents over 50% of total 11 demand, is increasing, requiring massive imports of this product, while at the same time, gasoline fuels are 12 today in surplus. In terms of a... View more
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    b. EP2: 2280 rpm - 8.2 bar 4.0 )h3.0 W k /(g2.0 O C1.0 0.0 0.4 ) 0.3 h /kW0.2 g (C0.1 H0.0

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