Outcome of the European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technologies
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Published by SAE International .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Automotive technology,
  • Christianity,
  • Power Resources,
  • Motor vehicles,
  • Technology,
  • Automotive,
  • Reference,
  • Automotive - General,
  • Fuel systems,
  • Europe,
  • Motors,
  • Pollution control devices

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8618697M
ISBN 101560918616
ISBN 109781560918615

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  The European Programme on EMISSIONS, FUELS and ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES (EPEFE) was conceived to investigate the impact on emissions of changing fuel composition for the use in future engines/vehicles meeting at least the European Emission by: 1.   European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technologies (EPEFE) - Emissions from Gasoline Sulphur Study The influence of fuel sulphur content on the exhaust emissions of sixteen European vehicles was assessed as part of the EUROPEAN PROGRAMME on EMISSIONS, FUELS and ENGINE TECHNOLOGIES (EPEFE).Cited by:   Also in: Outcome of the European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technologies (Epefe)-SP, SAE Transactions - Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V Related Topics: Exhaust emissions Cetane Fuel consumption Diesel fuels EmissionsCited by: Also in: Outcome of the European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technologies (Epefe)-SP, SAE Transactions - Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V Related Topics: Environmental testing Air pollution Emissions certification Test procedures Emissions Gases Hydrocarbons GasolineCited by: 6.

  The vehicles chosen covered a wide selection of the European market, with engine capacities ranging from to litres and power outputs of between 60 and kW. The results show the variations between technologies as well as the potential effectiveness of emissions control technologies over different test cycles. Contributions by Surhid Gautam and Lit-Mian Chan. This book presents a state-of-the art review of vehicle emission standards and regulations and provides a synthesis of worldwide experience with vehicle emission control technologies and their applications in both industrial and developing countries. Topics covered include: * The two principal international systems of vehicle emission standards /5(3). system, fuel quality and electronic control systems. 2. EUROPEAN EMISSIONS LEGISLATION The European Union (EU) emissions limits for passenger cars and heavy-duty vehicles have continuously been lowered since with the Euro 1 to 6 consecutive stages (1) and the Euro I . EMA Truck and Engine Manufacturers Association EN European Norm EPA Environmental Protection Agency (US) EPEFE European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technology (part of the European Auto-Oil 1 programme, ) EtBE Ethyl tertiary-Butyl Ether FAEE Fatty Acid Ethyl Esters FAME Fatty Acid Methyl Esters FBP Final Boiling Point.

The European Programme on Fuels, Engines and Emissions (EPEFE), carried out between and , underpinned the Auto/Oil I programme. CONCAWE task forces shadowed the Auto/Oil I process, contributing much to the technical debates and assisting the EU Commission’s consultants in . The EPEFE programme provided a comprehensive data-base of vehicle / fuel effects on emissions for engine technologies up to the Euro-2 vintage.   These limits included in the EN specification were derived from the European Programme on Emissions, Fuels and Engine Technologies (EPEFE) which was carried out in the 's on diesel vehicles meeting up to Euro 3 emissions standards. These limits could potentially constrain FAME blending levels higher than 7% v/v. The EPEFE programme provided a comprehensive basis for understanding the interactions between diesel fuel quality, engine technologies and exhaust emissions for both light-duty and heavy-duty diesel fleets. However, EPEFE only included engine technologies up to Euro