Influence of bio-components content in fuel on emission of diesel engines and engine oil deterioration (BIODEG)

BIODEG is an acronym for “Influence of bio-components content in fuel on emission of diesel engines and engine oil deterioration”. The project will provide knowledge of the consequences from use of biodiesel in combination with fossil diesel in two areas; 1) emissions and 2) effect on motoroil. Western Norway Research Institute has the responsibility fo rthe first area - emissions – through lifecycle assessments of the fuels' emission of climate gases and compounds with human health effects. Biodiesel produced from biological oils from three different sources will be investigated; 1) rape seed, 2) sunflower seed and 3) fish.

The project will last for 33 months and is financed through the EEA-financing mechanism (EEA Grants). Collaborative partners are the coordinator Oil and Gas Institute of Krakow (IniG) in Poland and Abgasprüfstelle Fachhochschule Biel (AFHB) in Switzerland.

Publications:

Andersen, O., 2014. Fornybar energi har utilsiktede konsekvenser (Renewable energy has unintended consequences). Transportforum, 1:14–17.

Andersen, O., Manzetti, S. & Spool, D. van der., 2012. Bio-blending of diesel might impact exhaust toxicity. 7th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials", The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Czerwinski, J., Stepien, Z., Oleksiak, S. and Andersen, O., 2011. Influences of biocomponents (RME) on emissions of a diesel engine with SCR. NAFTA-GAZ marzec 2011, ROK LXVII (3): 198–208.

Czerwinski, J., Stepien, Z., Oleksiak, S. and Andersen, O., 2011. Influences of Biocomponents (RME) on Regenerations of Diesel Particle Filters. Journal of KONES Powertrain and Transport 18(4): 65–75.

Andersen, O., 2011. Biodiesel kan skade DNA (Biodiesel can damage DNA). Forskning.no. Jan 13, 2011.

Andersen, O. & Manzetti, S., 2010. Biodiesel i autodiesel - "kvikk-fiks" på miljøproblem? (New types of exhaust emissions from biodiesel/fossil diesel blends). Forskning.no. Aug 18, 201.0

Manzetti, S., Andersen, O. & Czerwinski, J., 2011. Biodiesel, Fossil Diesel and their Blends: Chemical and Toxicological Properties. In Biodiesel: Blends, Properties and Applications. Energy Science, Engineering and Technology, Renewable Energy: Research, Development and Policies. Nova Publishers.

Czerwinski, J., Stepien, Z., Oleksiak, S. & Andersen, O., 2010. Influences of biocomponents (RME) on emissions of a diesel engine with SCR. In Euro Oil & Fuel 2010. Biocomponents in Diesel fuels - impact on emission and ageing on engine oil. Procne naukowe IniG. Crakow: Oil and Gas Institute Krakow.

Gilpin, G., Andersen, O. & Czerwinski, J., 2010. The life-cycle-assessment of combined bio- and fossil fuel blends with exhaust after-treatment in heavy-duty diesel engines. In Euro Oil & Fuel 2010. Biocomponents in Diesel fuels - impact on emission and ageing on engine oil. Procne naukowe IniG. Crakow: Oil and Gas Institute Krakow.

Oleksiak, S., Stepien, Z., Urzedowska, W., Czerwinski, J. & Andersen, O., 2010. Influence of bio-components content in fuel on emission of diesel engines and engine oil detorioration. In Euro Oil & Fuel 2010. Biocomponents in Diesel fuels - impact on emission and ageing on engine oil. Procne naukowe IniG. Crakow: Oil and Gas Institute Krakow.

Stepien, Z., Urzedowska, W., Oleksiak, S., Czerwinski, J. & Andersen, O., 2010. Influence of Diesel fuels containing FAME on engine lube oil degradation and particulate matter (PM) emission. In Euro Oil & Fuel 2010. Biocomponents in Diesel fuels - impact on emission and ageing on engine oil. Procne naukowe IniG. Crakow: Oil and Gas Institute Krakow.

Andersen, O., Manzetti, S. & Spool, D. van der., 2012. Bio-blending of diesel might impact exhaust toxicity. 7th International Conference on the Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials", The Banff Centre, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Czerwinski, J., Zbigniew, S., Oleksiak, S. & Andersen, O., 2011. Influences of Biocomponents (RME) on Regenerations of Diesel Particle Filters. International Scientific Journal of KONES. Institute of Aviation Al. Krakowska 110/114, 02-256 Warsaw, Poland, Krakow.

Andersen, O., 2011. The problematics of bioblending. In Fighting both toxic exhaust and climate gas emissions from bio-blended diesel– Assessment of strategies. Feb 25, 2011. Sogndal, Norway.

Andersen, O., 2011. Where do we go from here? Discussion. Research needs. Funding of the research. In Fighting both toxic exhaust and climate gas emissions from bio-blended diesel– Assessment of strategies. Feb 25. Sogndal, Norway.

Czerwinski, J., Zbigniew, S., Oleksiak, S. & Andersen, O., 2011. Combinations of Measures for Reduction of NOx & Nanoparticles of a Diesel Engine. In Proceedings From IV International Congress on Combustion Engines - PTNSS. IV International Congress on Combustion Engines - PTNSS congress 2011. June 16 – 17. The Development of Combustion engines. Random, Poland: Polish Scientific Society of Combustion Engines.

Andersen, O., Czerwinski, J., Oleksiak, S. & Spool, D. van der., 2010. Nanoparticle Emissions from Engines Running on Fossile Fuels Combined With Biofuels: A Simulation of a Toxicological Scenario. In Nano2010_Abstracts. Environmental Effects of Nanoparticles and Nanomaterials: Aug 22–26. Clemson University, South Carolina, USA: Clemson University, South Carolina, USA.

Czerwinski, J., Mayer, A., Stepien, Z., Oleksiak, S. and Andersen. O., 2009. Reduction of Emissions and Unregulated Components With DPF+SCR. Nafta-Gaz Journal 11: 829–838.

Czerwinski, J., Mayer, A., Stepien, Z., Oleksiak, S. & Andersen, O., 2009. Reduction of Emissions and Unregulated Components With DPF+SCR. In Nafta-Gaz Journal. DEXFIL International Conference 2009 “Reduction of vehicles particlulates emission – experiences and challenges”. Nov 18-19. Crakow, Poland: Oil and Gas Institute (IniG) and Association of the Oil and Motor Industries Cooperation CEC POLSKA, pp. 829-838.

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