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Liquefied Methane as a Fuel in Swiss Heavy-duty Trucks

Liquefied Methane as a Fuel in Swiss Heavy-duty Trucks Fuels RE S E A R C H F UE L S A U T HOR S Liquefied Methane as a Fuel in Swiss Heavy-duty Trucks The decarbonization of vehicles in the heavy-duty sector is an important contribution to Zoe Stadler achieving the climate protection targets agreed in Paris. In an interdisciplinary project is a Research Assistant at the Institute for led by the Bern University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Informion Technology Energy Technology (IET) at the Ostschweizer and the Ostschweizer Fachhochschule, the substitution of conventional diesel fuel with Fachhochschule (OST) in Rapperswil (Switzerland). liquefied methane for heavy-duty commercial vehicles is being studied holistically. Prof. Danilo Engelmann is Professor and Head of the Laboratory for Powertrain Systems and Emissions (AFHB) at the Bern University of Applied Sciences for Engi- neering and Information Technology (Switzerland). Yan Zimmerli is a Research Associate at the Laboratory for Powertrain Systems and Emissions (AFHB) of the Bern University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Information Technology (Switzerland). Prof. Dr. Elimar Frank is Deputy Director of the Institute for Knowledge Energy and Resources Zug (WERZ) and Professor at Ostschweizer Fachhoch- schule (OST) in Rapperswil (Switzerland). © BFH 60 w w w.springerprofe s sional.com /automotive http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

Liquefied Methane as a Fuel in Swiss Heavy-duty Trucks

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Springer Journals
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Fuels RE S E A R C H F UE L S A U T HOR S Liquefied Methane as a Fuel in Swiss Heavy-duty Trucks The decarbonization of vehicles in the heavy-duty sector is an important contribution to Zoe Stadler achieving the climate protection targets agreed in Paris. In an interdisciplinary project is a Research Assistant at the Institute for led by the Bern University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Informion Technology Energy Technology (IET) at the Ostschweizer and the Ostschweizer Fachhochschule, the substitution of conventional diesel fuel with Fachhochschule (OST) in Rapperswil (Switzerland). liquefied methane for heavy-duty commercial vehicles is being studied holistically. Prof. Danilo Engelmann is Professor and Head of the Laboratory for Powertrain Systems and Emissions (AFHB) at the Bern University of Applied Sciences for Engi- neering and Information Technology (Switzerland). Yan Zimmerli is a Research Associate at the Laboratory for Powertrain Systems and Emissions (AFHB) of the Bern University of Applied Sciences for Engineering and Information Technology (Switzerland). Prof. Dr. Elimar Frank is Deputy Director of the Institute for Knowledge Energy and Resources Zug (WERZ) and Professor at Ostschweizer Fachhoch- schule (OST) in Rapperswil (Switzerland). © BFH 60 w w w.springerprofe s sional.com /automotive

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Published: Nov 1, 2021

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