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Main Title Experimental characterization of a common rail engine fuelled with different biodiesel /
Author Senatore, A.,
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Cardone, M.,
Allocca, L.,
Vitolo, S.,
Rocco, V.,
Publisher SAE International,
Year Published 2005
Report Number SAE 2005-01-2207
OCLC Number 861007443
Subjects Automotive engineering. ; Motor vehicles. ; Motor vehicles--Motors (Diesel)--Congresses. ; Diesel motor--Alternative fuels. ; Automobiles--Design and construction.
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ELCD SAEpaper SAE 2005-01-2207 NVFEL Library/Ann Arbor, MI 06/06/2017
ESAM  TP343 2005-01-2207 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 10/21/2013
Collation [8] pages : illustrations, charts ; 28 cm
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Interest in fuels from renewable sources and their use in transport has grown over the last decade. This is because of their biodegradability, potential improvements in exhaust emissions and benefits on the virtuous COb2s cycle of the earth. Biodiesel fuels can be derived from rapeseed, sunflowers, and other kind of seeds or from UFO (Used Fried Oil). This paper analyses the results of experimental study fueling a Common Rail Diesel Engine with a 100% rapeseed Biofuel, with a blend of rapeseed and UFO biodiesel and compares it with commercial diesel fuel. Other papers by the same authors compared the different physico-chemical characteristics of biofuels, against diesel fuel and the consequent different spray characteristics that affect the combustion phenomenon. These characteristics are correlated with the different performances and emissions obtained in the experimental activity when a modern Common Rail light duty diesel engine is adopted. The addition of an electronic control of the injection process should optimize the results.