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050  4 TP359.B46|bN62 2019 
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100 1  No, Soo-Young,|eauthor 
245 10 Application of liquid biofuels to internal combustion 
       engines /|cby Soo-Young No 
264  1 Singapore :|bSpringer Singapore :|bImprint: Springer,
       |c2019 
300    1 online resource (xviii, 466 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
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490 1  Green energy and technology,|x1865-3529 
505 0  Chap. 1. Production of liquid biofuels from biomass -- 
       Chap. 2. Straight vegetable oil -- Chap. 3. Biodiesel -- 
       Chap. 4. Parafnnic biofuels: HVO and BTL diesel -- Chap. 
       5. Bio-oil and pyrolytic oil -- Chap. 6. Biomethanol in 
       advanced CI engines -- Chap. 7. Bioethanol in advanced CI 
       engines -- Chap. 8. Biobutanol in advanced CI engines -- 
       Chap. 9. Other higher alcohols -- Chap. 10. Other drop-in 
       fuels 
520    This book provides a comprehensive overview of the 
       application of liquid biofuels to internal combustion (IC)
       engines. Biofuels are one of the most promising renewable 
       and sustainable energy sources. Particularly, liquid 
       biofuels obtained from biomass could become a valid 
       alternative to the use of fossil fuels in the light of 
       increasingly stringent environmental constraints. In this 
       book, the discussion is limited to liquid biofuels 
       obtained from triglycerides and lignocellulose among the 
       many different kinds of biomass. Several liquid biofuels 
       from triglycerides, straight vegetable oil, biodiesel 
       produced from inedible vegetable oil, hydrotreated 
       vegetable oil, and pyrolytic oil have been selected for 
       discussion, as well as biofuels from lignocellulose bio-
       oil, alcohols such as methanol, ethanol and butanol, and 
       biomass-to-liquids diesel. This book includes three 
       chapters on the application of methanol, ethanol and 
       butanol to advanced compression ignition (CI) engines such
       as LTC, HCCI, RCCI and DF modes. Further, the application 
       of other higher alcohols and other drop-in fuels such as 
       DMF, MF, MTHF, and GVL are also discussed. The book will 
       be a valuable resource for graduate students, researchers 
       and engine designers who are interested in the application
       of alcohols and other biofuels in advanced CI engines, and
       also useful for alternative energy planners selecting 
       biofuels for CI engines in the future 
650  0 Biodiesel fuels 
650  0 Biomass energy 
650  0 Internal combustion engines|xFuel systems 
650 14 Renewable and Green Energy 
650 24 Automotive Engineering 
650 24 Engine Technology 
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