Accession Number : ADA301922
Title : Comparison of Diesel Exhaust Emissions Using JP-8 and Low-Sulfur Diesel Fuel.
Descriptive Note : Interim rept. Mar 94-Mar 95,
Corporate Author : SOUTHWEST RESEARCH INST SAN ANTONIO TX TARDEC FUELS AND LUBRICANTS RESEARCH F ACILITY
Personal Author(s) : Yost, Douglas M. ; Montalvo, Daniel A.
PDF Url : ADA301922
Report Date : NOV 1995
Pagination or Media Count : 122
Abstract : Comparative emission measurements were made in two dynamometer-based diesel engines using protocol specified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (CARB). A single JP-8 fuel with a sulfur level of 0.06 wt% was adjusted to sulfur levels of 0.11 and 0.26 wt%. The emission characteristics of the three fuels were compared to the 1994 EPA certification low-sulfur diesel fuel (sulfur level equal to 0.035 wt%) in the Detroit Diesel Corporation (DDC) 1991 prototype Series 60 diesel engine and in the General Motors (GM) 6.2L diesel engine. Comparisons were made using the hot-start transient portion of the heavy-duty diesel engine Federal Test Procedure. Results from the Army study show that the gaseous emissions for the DDC Series 60 engine using kerosene-based JP-8 fuel are essentially equal to values obtained with the 0.035 wt% sulfur EPA certification diesel fuel, and that an approximate sulfur level of 0.21 wt% in kerosene-type JP-8 fuel would be equivalent to the 0.035 wt% sulfur reference fuel. Similarly, the regulated gaseous emissions for the GM 6.2L engine using JP-8 fuel are essentially equal to the values obtained with the 0.035 wt% sulfur EPA reference fuel. All sulfur levels of kerosene-type JP-8 fuel up to the 0.30 wt% MIL-T-83133 specification maximum would be equivalent to a 0.035 wt% sulfur EPA reference fuel.
Descriptors : *EMISSION, *DIESEL ENGINES, *LOW LEVEL, *SULFUR, *JET ENGINE FUELS, *DIESEL FUELS, *EXHAUST GASES, MEASUREMENT, AIR, RESOURCES, CALIFORNIA, VALUE, ARMY, MOTORS.
Subject Categories : Fuels
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE