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Liquefied Natural Gas in Mobile Machines

Liquefied Natural Gas in Mobile Machines F UE L S Liquefied Natural Gas in Mobile Machines © KIT Liquefied natural gas offers many advantages in long-distance truck. At KIT has now examined whether this alternative fuel is also of benefits in mobile equipment. In addition to the characteristics of the fuel, the production as well as the possible tank and combustion processes were analysed. These concrete potentials regarding consumption, and emissions are identified and evaluated for all types of machines. A U T HOR S Linus Weberbeck, M. Sc. Dipl.-Ing. Danilo Engelmann Dipl.-Ing. Isabelle Ays Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marcus Geimer was Student Assistant at the is Research Assistant at the is Research Assistant at the is Director of the Institute of Vehicle Institute of Vehicle System Institute of Vehicle System Institute of Vehicle System System Technology of the Karlsruhe Technology of the Karlsruhe Technology of the Karlsruhe Technology of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Institute of Technology (KIT) in Institute of Technology (KIT) in Institute of Technology (KIT) in Karlsruhe (Germany). Karlsruhe (Germany). Karlsruhe (Germany). Karlsruhe (Germany). 3 8 M OTIVATIO N to be considered. A highly promising cies of 39 % for the Otto process and option for fuelling mobile machines is 44 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ATZoffhighway worldwide Springer Journals

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2016 by Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden
Subject
Engineering; Automotive Engineering
eISSN
2366-1097
DOI
10.1007/s41321-016-0532-8
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Abstract

F UE L S Liquefied Natural Gas in Mobile Machines © KIT Liquefied natural gas offers many advantages in long-distance truck. At KIT has now examined whether this alternative fuel is also of benefits in mobile equipment. In addition to the characteristics of the fuel, the production as well as the possible tank and combustion processes were analysed. These concrete potentials regarding consumption, and emissions are identified and evaluated for all types of machines. A U T HOR S Linus Weberbeck, M. Sc. Dipl.-Ing. Danilo Engelmann Dipl.-Ing. Isabelle Ays Prof. Dr.-Ing. Marcus Geimer was Student Assistant at the is Research Assistant at the is Research Assistant at the is Director of the Institute of Vehicle Institute of Vehicle System Institute of Vehicle System Institute of Vehicle System System Technology of the Karlsruhe Technology of the Karlsruhe Technology of the Karlsruhe Technology of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Institute of Technology (KIT) in Institute of Technology (KIT) in Institute of Technology (KIT) in Karlsruhe (Germany). Karlsruhe (Germany). Karlsruhe (Germany). Karlsruhe (Germany). 3 8 M OTIVATIO N to be considered. A highly promising cies of 39 % for the Otto process and option for fuelling mobile machines is 44

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Published: Nov 1, 2016

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