Effects of Fuel Tracing on Nanoparticles from a Diesel Engine

Czerwinski, Jan; Mayer, Andreas; Wichser, Adrian (2015). Effects of Fuel Tracing on Nanoparticles from a Diesel Engine PTNSS Journal Combustion Engines, 160(1), pp. 3-10. PTNSS

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Nanoparticles from a HD-Diesel engine and their composition were investigated in the present paper. Three variants of fuel additivities were applied to allow the balances of certain tracer-substances after the tests: 2% of additives-free lube oil; 2% of market lube oil with additive package and Fe-based regeneration additive (FBC) with 40 ppm Fe. The analysed SMPS particle size distributions indicated that by blending of the market lube oil to the fuel the combined effects of metals or metal oxides from the additive packages and of the heavy HC’s from the lube oil matrix contribute the most to the increase of nuclei mode. From the masses of Fe, Zn and Ca, which were introduced with the fuel, only parts were found as integral masses at all ELPI-stages – Fe 43.5%, Zn 36.6%, Ca 65.5%. The majority of mass of some metals, or metal oxides emissions on ELPI-stages (up to 80%) is in the size ranges below 100 nm.

Item Type:

Journal Article (Original Article)

Division/Institute:

Engineering and Information Technology > Institute for Energy and Mobility Research IEM
Engineering and Information Technology

Name:

Czerwinski, Jan;
Mayer, Andreas and
Wichser, Adrian

ISSN:

2300-9896

Publisher:

PTNSS

Submitter:

Admin import user

Date Deposited:

11 Feb 2020 12:31

Last Modified:

11 Feb 2020 12:39

ARBOR DOI:

10.24451/arbor.6082

URI:

https://arbor.bfh.ch/id/eprint/6082

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