Research study of HONDA NHX 110 powered by an alternative fuel
Adrian Chmielewski , Robert Gumiński , Tomasz Mydłowski , Artur Małecki , Krzysztof Jakub Bogdziński
AbstractNowadays more and more attention is focused on distributed energy generation (e.g. distributed generation sources which are widely promoted by the European Union). The view of 2020 assumes purposes for the each member states of the European Union, connected with respect for energy and alternative fuels. One of the assumptions is to achieve a 10% share of alternative fuels in transport. This objective can be achieved by using internal combustion engines powered by an alternative fuels (e.g.: compressed natural gas – CNG, Liquid natural gas – LNG, hydrogen, biogas, the mixture of bioethanol with gasoline –E85 and others). In the present work, the research study of HONDA NHX 110 fueled withgasoline Pb95, CNG, biogas and E85 have been presented. The experiment was conducted on the author's test stand located on the equipment Institute of Vehicles of the Faculty of Automotive Construction Machinery Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. The research study for different ignition advance angles at maximum internal combustion engine load (electricity generation state) have been shown. The influence of the powered by gasoline Pb95, CNG, biogas and E85 on the value of mean indicated pressure, mechanical power generated by internal combustion engine at different angles of the ignition advance have been presented. Moreover, the influence of emission of hydrocarbons – HC and nitrogen oxides – NOx at different angles of the ignition advance have been analysed.
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|Book||Szramowiat Katarzyna, Sornek Krzysztof, Marczak Marta (eds.): International Conference on the Sustainable Energy and Environmental Development, IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, vol. 214, 2019, IOP Publishing, 1000 p.|
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