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Impact of Waste Cooked Oil Methyl Ester B5 Diesel Fuel on Diesel Engine Oil Performance
Published October 07, 2009 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Autumn Conference
The adoption of B5 is expected in Japan, as the Quality Assurance Law was revised in March 2007, allowing the use of B5. In this study, used oils of vehicles that ran on B5 Waste-cooking oil Methyl Ester (WME) were analyzed and the results were compared with used oil data from vehicles running on regular diesel fuel. In addition, the influence of B5 WME on engine oil performances was examined in an engine rig test in comparison with regular diesel fuel, B5 RME, and B5 SME. Furthermore, the influence of B5 WME on oxidation stability of engine oils was examined in ISOT using various sources of WME.
- Masatoshi Miura - Cosmo Oil Lubricants Co., Ltd.
- Tetsuji Ukai - Nissan Diesel Motor Co., Ltd.
- Katsumi Umehara - Chevron Japan Ltd.
- Hidetomo Umehara - Lubrizol Japan Limited
- Kouichi Yasuda - Japan Lubricating Oil Society
- Takahiro Yamazaki - Japan Lubricating Oil Society
- Takashi Hashimoto - Hino Motors Ltd.
- Yasushi Naitoh - Japan Energy Corp.