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SAE technical paper series, Volume 930728.
California regulations require a maximum of 10% aromatics content in vehicular diesel fuel starting on October 1, 1993. This is in addition to the Federal... 
Environmental regulations and standards | Diesel fuels | Alternative fuels
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 952372.
A working group of the International Organization of Standardization (ISO), in cooperation with the Coordinating European Council (CEC), has conducted a round... 
Lubricants | Wear | Test procedures | On-board energy sources | Diesel fuels
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 932740.
The sulfur content of all highway diesel fuel was required to be reduced to a maximum of 0.05 wt % starting October 1993. This federal requirement results in... 
Fuels and Energy Sources | Wear | Fuel injection
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 962028.
A mileage accumulation dynamometer (MAD) facility capable of running four vehicles continuously has been upgraded to provide a useful tool to evaluate the... 
Test facilities | Fuel additives | Valves | Combustion chambers
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 2009-01-2649.
Conventional diesel fuel (1) has been on the market for decades and used successfully to run diesel engines of all sizes in many applications.* In order to... 
Fleets | Diesel exhaust emissions | Diesel / Compression Ignition engines | Fuel economy | Nitrogen oxides | Emissions control | Emissions measurement | Diesel fuels
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 2006-01-3363.
Researchers and cooperative groups worldwide conducted research and developed several test methods to gauge the lubricity of diesel fuel. This was necessary... 
Diesel / Compression Ignition engines | Statistical analysis | Fuel additives | Diesel fuels | Biodiesel
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 920825.
Federal regulations require all highway diesel fuel to have a maximum sulfur level of 500 ppm, effective October 1993. California regulations require a maximum... 
Wear | Tests and Testing | Diesel exhaust emissions control | Biodiesel
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 1999-01-1479
During the last 10 years many researchers and technical groups have studied and performed tests in the area of diesel fuel lubricity [1]1. Protection of diesel... 
Fuel additives | Environmental regulations and standards | Tests and Testing | Diesel exhaust emissions control | Diesel fuels
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 942014.
The trend toward low environmental impact diesel fuel has resulted in new formulations that not only benefit the environment, but that can enhance diesel... 
Performance tests | Lubricant additives | Test procedures | On-board energy sources | Diesel fuels | Engines
eJournal
SAE technical paper series, Volume 2011-24-0198.
Conventional diesel fuel has been in the market for decades and used successfully to run diesel engines of all sizes in many applications. In order to reduce... 
Diesel / Compression Ignition engines | Diesel fuels | Alternative fuels
eJournal
10/2006, SAE Technical Paper Series
Researchers and cooperative groups worldwide conducted research and developed several test methods to gauge the lubricity of diesel fuel. This was necessary... 
Technical Report
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