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Avoiding Internal Injector Deposits by Using Biodiesel

Avoiding Internal Injector Deposits by Using Biodiesel Measuring Technologies D E V E L O P M EN T ME A SURIN G TECHN O LO GIE S © Münzer Bioindustrie Avoiding Internal Injector Deposits by Using Biodiesel The admixture of fatty acid methyl esters to fossil diesel fuels causes an increase in fuel polarity and thus leads to a better solubility for polar fuel aging products. This meets the demand for a long, low-maintenance service life of heavy-duty vehicles. Within the scope of a research project spon- sored by the AGQM Biodiesel, various types of biodiesel according to DIN EN 14214 or biodiesel blends were examined comparatively for their deposit formation tendency using the Diesel Deposit Formation Test. The research project was carried out at the LKV at the University of Rostock. A U T HOR S Dr. rer. nat. Ulrike Schümann Dipl.-Chem. Silvia Berndt Dr. rer. nat. Richard Wicht Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bert Buchholz is Scientific Assistant and Team is Scientific Assistant at the Institute is Manager of The Association is Head of the Institute of Piston Lead of the Working Group Fuel and of Piston Machines and Internal Quality Management (AGQM) Machines and Internal Combustion Lubricants Research at the Institute Combustion Engines (LKV) at http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Avoiding Internal Injector Deposits by Using Biodiesel

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature 2021
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2524-8774
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10.1007/s41321-020-0403-1
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Measuring Technologies D E V E L O P M EN T ME A SURIN G TECHN O LO GIE S © Münzer Bioindustrie Avoiding Internal Injector Deposits by Using Biodiesel The admixture of fatty acid methyl esters to fossil diesel fuels causes an increase in fuel polarity and thus leads to a better solubility for polar fuel aging products. This meets the demand for a long, low-maintenance service life of heavy-duty vehicles. Within the scope of a research project spon- sored by the AGQM Biodiesel, various types of biodiesel according to DIN EN 14214 or biodiesel blends were examined comparatively for their deposit formation tendency using the Diesel Deposit Formation Test. The research project was carried out at the LKV at the University of Rostock. A U T HOR S Dr. rer. nat. Ulrike Schümann Dipl.-Chem. Silvia Berndt Dr. rer. nat. Richard Wicht Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bert Buchholz is Scientific Assistant and Team is Scientific Assistant at the Institute is Manager of The Association is Head of the Institute of Piston Lead of the Working Group Fuel and of Piston Machines and Internal Quality Management (AGQM) Machines and Internal Combustion Lubricants Research at the Institute Combustion Engines (LKV) at

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Published: Mar 19, 2021

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