Diesel and Internal Combustion Engines: Overview, Performance and Applications

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Horace G. Norton (Editor)

Series: Mechanical Engineering Theory and Applications, Transportation Issues, Policies and R&D
BISAC: TEC009070

Chapter One discusses the fully variable valve train as a possible solution to reduce emissions and improve internal combustion engines. Chapter Two presents the development results of the redesigned and indirectly controlled Full Variable Valve Train (FVVT) system that is the core of the authors’ research project. Chapter Three reports the effects of jatropha oil as a substitute for diesel fuel and wet methanol on diesel engine performance and soot emissions in an EGR environment. (Imprint: Nova)

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Preface

Chapter 1. An Overview of Electro Hydraulic Full Variable Valve Train Systems to Reduce Emissions in Internal Combustion Engines
Leander Behre (Faculty of Automotive Engineering, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Wolfsburg, Germany, and Paolo Mercorelli, Institute of Product and Process Innovation, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Lueneburg, Germany)

Chapter 2. An Indirectly Controlled Full Variable Valve Train System to Improve the Internal Combustion Phase Engines
Leander Behre (Faculty of Automotive Engineering, Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences, Wolfsburg, Germany, and Paolo Mercorelli, Institute of Product and Process Innovation, Leuphana University of Lueneburg, Lueneburg, Germany)

Chapter 3. Performance and Soot Emission in Diesel Engines Fueled by a Mixture of Diesel Fuel, Jatropha Oil and Wet Methanol in an EGR Environment
Syaiful, PhD and Sugeng, MT (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Diponegoro University, Semarang, Indonesia)

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