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Biodiesel: Emissions and Control, Challenges, Potential and Prospects

Roy, Sumit; Ling-Chin, Janie; Bohl, Thomas; Giampieri, Alessandro; Smallbone, Andrew; Roskilly, Anthony Paul

Authors

Thomas Bohl

Alessandro Giampieri



Contributors

Trevor Letcher
Editor

Abstract

Engine manufacturers contemplate adapting technical modifications, exhaust after-treatment options and a shift towards novel combustion concepts. The present study establishes a platform to portray the performance-emission-stability responses of a diesel engine operating with diesel and biodiesel. Based on literature review, the study brings forth the advantages of biodiesel as compared to diesel, and examines its feasibility to fill in the gap to the global transition to electric vehicles. The study manifests the superior performance-emission capabilities of biodiesel, which can be leveraged with greater reliability and confidence.

Citation

Roy, S., Ling-Chin, J., Bohl, T., Giampieri, A., Smallbone, A., & Roskilly, A. P. (2021). Biodiesel: Emissions and Control, Challenges, Potential and Prospects. In T. Letcher (Ed.), Comprehensive Renewable Energy. (2nd ed.). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-819727-1.00063-7

Online Publication Date Aug 31, 2021
Publication Date 2021
Deposit Date Oct 25, 2021
Publisher Elsevier
Edition 2nd ed.
Book Title Comprehensive Renewable Energy
ISBN 9780124095489
DOI https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-12-819727-1.00063-7