This content is not included in your SAE MOBILUS subscription, or you are not logged in.
The Effect of Oxygenated Fuel Additive on the Reduction of Diesel Exhaust Particulates
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published May 07, 2001 by SAE International in United States
Annotation ability available
The blending of dimethyl carbonate (DMC), which contains 53% of oxygen, in diesel fuel is very effective to suppress the formation of exhaust particulates, however, the mechanism of the suppression has not been made clear.
In this study, the comparison on the performance of gas oil and DMC mixture was achieved. The effect of the oxygen in DMC molecule has to suppress the formation of particulates was monitored by way of using thermal cracking analyzer under various conditions.
CitationKitagawa, H., Murayama, T., Tosaka, S., and Fujiwara, Y., "The Effect of Oxygenated Fuel Additive on the Reduction of Diesel Exhaust Particulates," SAE Technical Paper 2001-01-2020, 2001, https://doi.org/10.4271/2001-01-2020.
- Tosaka S., Fujiwara Y., Murayama T.,: “The Effect of Fuel Properties on Diesel Engine Exhaust Particulate Formation”, SAE 890421.
- Murayama T., Zheng M., Chikahisa T., Oh Y., Fujiwara Y., Tosaka S., Yamashita M., Yoshitake H.,: “Simultaneous Reductions of Smoke and NOx from a DI Diesel Engine with EGR and Dimethyl Carbonate”, SAE 952518.
- Akasaka Y., Sasaki T., Kato S., Onisi S.,: “Evaluation of oxygenated fuel by direct injection diesel and direct fuel injection impingement diffusion combustion diesel engines”, SAE 901566
- Akasaka Y., Sasaki T.,: “Effects of oxygenated fuel and cetane improver on exhaust emission from heavy-duty DI diesel engines”, SAE942023
- Takei Y., Fujimoto Y., Matsudaira J., Tsurutani K., Kumamoto M.,: “The effect of fuel properties and oxysenates on diesel exhaust emissions”, SAE952349
- Miyamoto N., Ogawa H., Arima T., Miyakawa K.,: “Improvement of diesel combustion and emissions with addition of various oxygenated agents to diesel fuels” SAE 962115