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New Energy Systems and Environmental Impact

  • Special Publication
  • SP-1637
  • ISBN 0-7680-0831-X
Published August 01, 2001 by SAE International in United States
New Energy Systems and Environmental Impact
  • English
  • 90 pages

Seven papers from the ""Energy, Environment, and Economics'' and ""New Generation of Vehicles Strategies and Technology'' sessions at the 2001 Future Transportation Technology Conference.

With papers authored by researchers at Ford Research Laboratories; the University of Michigan; Visteon Corp.; Delphi Automotive Systems; Freightliner LLC; and others.

Papers include: - Could Automotive HVAC become an EPA/DOE Energy Star? - Assessing the Fuel Economy Potential of Light-Duty Vehicles - Recent Advances in Reducing Fuel Permeability and Leakage into the Environment from Automotive Fuel Systems - Comparative Study of Hybrid Powertrain Strategies - Sulfur Poisoning and Desulfation of the Lean NOx Trap - Improved Performance and Reduced Emissions in a DI Engine by Fuel Additives - Emissions from a Cummins B5.9 Diesel Engine Fueled with Oxygenate-in-Diesel Blends