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|Title: ||The Effect of Adding Dimethyl Carbonate (DMC) and Ethanol to Unleaded Gasoline on Exhaust Emission|
|Authors: ||Wen, Lan-bin;Xin, Chen-Ying;Yang, Shyue-Cheng|
|Keywords: ||Oxygen containing additives;Exhaust emissionsEthanol;DMC|
|Issue Date: ||2014-01-15T04:19:31Z
|Abstract: ||Oxygen containing additives are usually used to improve gasoline’s performance and reduce exhaust|
emissions. In this study, the effect of oxygen containing additives on gasoline blended fuels on exhaust
emissions was investigated for different engine speeds in a single cylinder, four-stroke, spark-ignition
engine. The results indicate that CO and HC exhaust emissions are lower with the use of ethanol–gasoline
and DMC–gasoline blended fuels as compared to the use of unleaded gasoline. On the other hand, the
effect of ethanol–gasoline and DMC–gasoline blended fuels on NOX exhaust emission is insignificant.
Using oxygen containing additives can increase fuel consumption as a result of the heating value of
the blended fuels being lower than that of unleaded gasoline.
|Relation: ||Applied Energy, 87(1): 115-121|
|Appears in Collections:||[車輛科技研究所] 期刊論文|
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