Particle Number, Size and Mass Emissions of Different Biodiesel Blends Versus ULSD from a Small Displacement Automotive Diesel Engine

@inproceedings{Filippo2011ParticleNS,
  title={Particle Number, Size and Mass Emissions of Different Biodiesel Blends Versus ULSD from a Small Displacement Automotive Diesel Engine},
  author={Andrea De Filippo and Claudio Ciaravino and Federico Millo and Davide Simone Vezza and Debora Fino and Nunzio Russo and Theodoros Vlachos},
  year={2011}
}
Introduction In order to ensure that emissions of ultrafine PM (0.1 μm and below) are controlled, a number based approach to PM emissions has been introduced, in addition to the actual mass based approach, in the Euro 5b/Euro 6 legislation [1]. The number and size distribution of a diesel engine are affected by the fuel characteristics[2]. European Directive 2009/28/EC depicts a new scenario concerning the share of energy from renewable sources in transport which will lead to the introduction… 

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