Sustainable and clean fuels for heavy-duty vehicles

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    Abstract

    Exhaust emissions from heavy-duty diesel vehicles have reduced along with tightening emission regulations. Efficient and clean diesel engines today are supported by high-quality fuels. Furthermore, the exhaust treatment technologies aims to remove the rest of exhaust pollutants. However, it is not sufficient to work only on noxious emissions as focus has al-ready moved to greenhouse gases and decarbonizing the transport sector.
    We show development steps in exhaust emissions achieved by combining modern heavy-duty engine technologies, clean fuels and exhaust treatment technologies. We also discuss multiple options to produce low-carbon fuels for diesel engines using different raw materials and production processes. For example, paraffinic fuels can be produced from natural gas, biogas, vegetable oils, animal fats, and even from cellulosic feedstock and as electro-fuels.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationFuels : conventional and future energy for automobiles
    Subtitle of host publication12th International Colloquium Fuels - Conventional and Future Energy for Automobiles (2019), Ostfildern, Deutschland, 25.06.2019 – 26.06.2019
    EditorsNikolai Schubert
    Pages39-45
    Number of pages7
    ISBN (Electronic)978-3-943563-09-2
    Publication statusPublished - Jun 2019
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event12th International Colloquium Fuels - Esslingen, Esslingen, Germany
    Duration: 25 Jun 201926 Jun 2019
    Conference number: 12
    https://www.tae.de/kolloquien-symposien/maschinenbau-produktion-und-fahrzeugtechnik/international-colloquium-fuels/programme/

    Conference

    Conference12th International Colloquium Fuels
    Abbreviated titleTAE
    CountryGermany
    CityEsslingen
    Period25/06/1926/06/19
    Internet address

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    vegetable oil
    biogas
    fat
    diesel
    natural gas
    engine
    greenhouse gas
    vehicle
    pollutant
    animal
    carbon
    regulation
    raw material
    clean technology

    Keywords

    • exhaust emissions
    • heavy-duty
    • alternative fuels

    Cite this

    Aakko-Saksa, P., Murtonen, T., Söderena, P., Laurikko, J., & Nylund, N-O. (2019). Sustainable and clean fuels for heavy-duty vehicles. In N. Schubert (Ed.), Fuels : conventional and future energy for automobiles: 12th International Colloquium Fuels - Conventional and Future Energy for Automobiles (2019), Ostfildern, Deutschland, 25.06.2019 – 26.06.2019 (pp. 39-45)
    Aakko-Saksa, Päivi ; Murtonen, Timo ; Söderena, Petri ; Laurikko, Juhani ; Nylund, Nils-Olof. / Sustainable and clean fuels for heavy-duty vehicles. Fuels : conventional and future energy for automobiles: 12th International Colloquium Fuels - Conventional and Future Energy for Automobiles (2019), Ostfildern, Deutschland, 25.06.2019 – 26.06.2019. editor / Nikolai Schubert. 2019. pp. 39-45
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    Aakko-Saksa, P, Murtonen, T, Söderena, P, Laurikko, J & Nylund, N-O 2019, Sustainable and clean fuels for heavy-duty vehicles. in N Schubert (ed.), Fuels : conventional and future energy for automobiles: 12th International Colloquium Fuels - Conventional and Future Energy for Automobiles (2019), Ostfildern, Deutschland, 25.06.2019 – 26.06.2019. pp. 39-45, 12th International Colloquium Fuels, Esslingen, Germany, 25/06/19.

    Sustainable and clean fuels for heavy-duty vehicles. / Aakko-Saksa, Päivi; Murtonen, Timo; Söderena, Petri; Laurikko, Juhani; Nylund, Nils-Olof.

    Fuels : conventional and future energy for automobiles: 12th International Colloquium Fuels - Conventional and Future Energy for Automobiles (2019), Ostfildern, Deutschland, 25.06.2019 – 26.06.2019. ed. / Nikolai Schubert. 2019. p. 39-45.

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