Bio-blended fuels

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Prof. Ornella Chiavola
Engineering Department, ROMA TRE University, Rome, Italy
Email:ornella.chiavola@uniroma3.it

Manuscript Topics
Exhaust emissions from engines contribute significantly to environmental pollution on a local and global scale and to oil reserves exhaustion.

The need of reducing harmful exhaust emissions, lessening the dependence on traditional fossil fuels and improving diversity of fuel supply, has driven research activities towards the investigation on the possible employment of alternative fuels for blending with or outright replacement of conventional petroleum fuels.

The purpose of this Special Issue is to collect interesting and original studies focused on the use of biofuels (bio and renewable diesel produced from various raw materials, bio-alcohols) as fuel in internal combustion engines.

Research articles having a contribution in theoretical and experimental analysis aimed at understanding the role of fuel type on alternative combustion strategies, the influence of operative parameters on combustion characteristics, the fuel impact on emission formation mechanisms, control measures and after-treatment devices, are invited and appreciated.

Paper submission
All manuscripts will be peer-reviewed before their acceptance for publication.
The deadline for manuscript submission is July 31, 2019

Submission
High quality papers are welcome in this special issue. All submitted papers must be clearly written in English and should comprise original or review work, which has not been published or is currently under review by any other journals or conferences.
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