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Characteristics of Particle Number and Exhaust emission by Alteration of MTBE Contents in Gasoline
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  • Journal title : Journal of Energy Engineering
  • Volume 24, Issue 4,  2015, pp.42-47
  • Publisher : The Korea Society for Energy Engineering
  • DOI : 10.5855/ENERGY.2015.24.4.042
 Title & Authors
Characteristics of Particle Number and Exhaust emission by Alteration of MTBE Contents in Gasoline
Lim, Taeyoon; Song, Hoyoung; Park, Cheonkyu; Hwang, Inha; Ha, Jonghan; Na, Byungki;
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 Abstract
While the oxygen content of gasoline for automobiles in Korea is regulated to less than 2.3 weight %, European and World-Wide Fuel Charter (WWFC) regulate it to less than 2.7 weight %. The oxygen content of oxygen-containing materials increases the octane number of the fuel due to the secondary combustion in the internal combustion engine. It has been reported to be effective in reducing emissions, such as CO, HC, which is caused by incomplete combustion. Before 2000s in the United States and Europe, there has been many researches about vehicle application of the changes in oxygen content of gasoline. However, there are not many domestic researches which reflect the improvement of the fuel quality and automotive technology. In this study, fuels of three different oxygen contents were applied to GDI and MPI engines. As a result, the changes of fuel consumption and emission gas were very similar depends of the oxygen content changes. The PN in GDI engine was decreased as the oxygen content was increased.
 Keywords
Gasoline;Oxygenates;MTBE;GDI;PM;PN;
 Language
Korean
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