Engine performance and exhaust emission characteristics of paraffinic diesel fuel in a model diesel engine 

https://doi.org/10.17221/113/2017-RAECitation:Jevič P., Pražan R., Šedivá Z. (2018): Engine performance and exhaust emission characteristics of paraffinic diesel fuel in a model diesel engine . Res. Agr. Eng., 64: 85-95.
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The article deals with verification of a diesel fuel and two fuel mixtures blends with different amounts of the bio-component using the model single-cylinder engine without the additional equipment for treatment of exhaust gases. This combustion diesel engine served for measuring the performance characteristics of the model single-cylinder engine and the individual emission components in order to assess the use of these blends of liquid paraffinic diesel fuel in practice and to meet current and forthcoming European legislation and to fulfil the commitments by 2020. A detailed chemical analysis was performed in case of all the tested paraffinic diesel fuels. 

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