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Engine Adaptation from Diesel to H2 HP-EGR Lean Combustion Concept

Engine Adaptation from Diesel to H2 HP-EGR Lean Combustion Concept Engines D E V E L O P M EN T E n G i n E S Engine Adaptation from Diesel to H HP-EGR Lean Combustion Concept The hydrogen combustion engine for heavy-duty traffic is a zero-emission solution in parallel with H fuel cell electric and battery electric vehicles. With an approach presented by Keyou, c onventional basic engines, such as diesel engines, can be adapted into engines A U T HOR S with H lean-burn c ombustion concept with high rates of exhaust gas recirculation. H DRIVES AGAINST vehicles. The European Commission has CLIMATE CHANGE now set the goal to achieve heavy-duty Daniel Koch, M. Sc. is Development Engineer at Keyou on-road transportation with zero CO in Unterschleißheim (Germany). The worldwide scientic fi ally collected emissions in 2050, and therefore regu- data clearly show a change in the cli- lates that, compared to the 2019/2020 mate. One of the reasons for this is the e fl et CO emissions, CO emissions from 2 2 greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO ), buses and trucks must be reduced 15 % which is released into the atmosphere till 2025 and 30 % till 2030 [1]. by human activity. A part http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Engine Adaptation from Diesel to H2 HP-EGR Lean Combustion Concept

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, part of Springer Nature 2020
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2524-8774
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10.1007/s41321-020-0084-9
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Engines D E V E L O P M EN T E n G i n E S Engine Adaptation from Diesel to H HP-EGR Lean Combustion Concept The hydrogen combustion engine for heavy-duty traffic is a zero-emission solution in parallel with H fuel cell electric and battery electric vehicles. With an approach presented by Keyou, c onventional basic engines, such as diesel engines, can be adapted into engines A U T HOR S with H lean-burn c ombustion concept with high rates of exhaust gas recirculation. H DRIVES AGAINST vehicles. The European Commission has CLIMATE CHANGE now set the goal to achieve heavy-duty Daniel Koch, M. Sc. is Development Engineer at Keyou on-road transportation with zero CO in Unterschleißheim (Germany). The worldwide scientic fi ally collected emissions in 2050, and therefore regu- data clearly show a change in the cli- lates that, compared to the 2019/2020 mate. One of the reasons for this is the e fl et CO emissions, CO emissions from 2 2 greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO ), buses and trucks must be reduced 15 % which is released into the atmosphere till 2025 and 30 % till 2030 [1]. by human activity. A part

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Published: Jun 19, 2020

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