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Regenerative oxygen-containing diesel substitute fuels as an opportunity for Increasing efficiency and minimizing emissions

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Regenerative oxygen-containing diesel substitute fuels as an opportunity for Increasing efficiency and minimizing emissions
Original Language Title: 
Regenerative sauerstoffhaltige Diesel-Ersatzkraftstoffe als Chance für Effizienzsteigerung und Emissionsminimierung

Objectives: 

One of the causes of inefficiency, the diesel engine is the backbone of road mobility for people and goods. Therefore, it is a priority to identify sustainable alternative fuels with no usage restriction. Within the project, the selection and evaluation of 2nd generation biofuels has been carried out based on the criteria of expected sustainability and economy of production in addition to the engine suitability.

The potential within the engine system includes the aspects of efficiency and system complexity. It should be levied based on further consideration, including aftertreatment and exhaust gas heat recovery. In particular, since oxygenated biofuels offer advantageous properties in the processes "endothermic cleavage using exhaust heat", "low-soot combustion" and "HC-SCR", are the focus of selection on these fuels.

Parent Programmes: 
Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
FFG - Die Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
MdZ - 3. Ausschreibung (2013)
Lead Organisation: 

Technische Universitat Wien - Institute Of Visual Computing & Human-Centered Technology (E193)

Address: 
Karlsplatz 13
1040 Wien
Austria
Partner Organisations: 

Avl List Gmbh

Address: 
Hans-List-Platz
8020 Graz
Austria

OMV Refining & Marketing Gmbh

Address: 
Trabrennstrasse 6 8
1020 Wien
Austria

Technische Universitat Graz Institut Fur Chemische Verfahrenstechnik Und Umwelttechnik

Address: 
Inffeldgasse 25
8010 Graz
Austria
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