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  • Jan 2009 Wednesday Morning Room 1

    29 June 2017 Thursday

    Morning Room 1

    Session:

    Fuel Quality Test Methods (4)

    Chair:

    M. Mller ERC Additiv GmbH, Buchholz, Germany

    09:00 09:30 F. Passman Biodeterioration Control Associates, Inc., Princeton, USA J. Kelly CABI Bioscience, Egham, United Kingdom P. Whalen LuminUltra Technolkogies, Ltd., Fredrecton, Canada Collecting Appropriate Samples for Fuel and Fuel System Microbiological Examination an Interlaboratory Study Case Study

    09:30 10:00 D. Karonis, A. Kokkinopoulou, Y. Zannikou National Technical Univeristy of Athens, Greece N. Pasadakis Technical University of Crete, Greece Identification of Heavier Components in the Residue of Motor Gasoline and Gasoline Blending Components by Gas Chromatography- Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)

    10:00 10:30 M. Chakradhar, V. Sharma Indian Oil Cooperation Limited, Haryana, India Characteristics of Ethanol-Gasoline Blends Affect during Ambient Storage

    10:30 11:00 Coffe/Tea Break

  • 29 June 2017 Thursday

    Morning Room 2

    Session:

    Alternative Diesel Fuels (1)

    Chair:

    J. Ullmann Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany

    09:00 09:30 T. Sarjovaara, J. Nuottimki, T. Hartikka, M. Honkanen Neste Corporation, PORVOO, Finland The Potential of Engine Optimization for Paraffinic Diesel Fuels

    09:30 10:00 M. Zubel, B. Heuser, S. Pischinger, S. Heitzig, A. Weinebeck, H. Murrenhoff RWTH Aachen University, Germany Tailor-Made Fuels from Biomass Advanced Biofuel Blends for Passenger Car Applications

    10:00 10:30 A. Damyanov , P. Hofmann Technische Universitt Wien, Austria T. Pichler, N. Schwaiger, M. Siebenhofer Technische Universitt Graz, Austria M. Derntl, M. Schssler AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria Regenerative Oxygen-Containing Diesel Substitute Fuels as an Ecological Option for Increasing Efficiency and Minimizing Emissions

    10:30 11:00 Coffe/Tea Break

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  • 29 June 2017 Thursday

    Morning Room 1

    Session:

    Fuel Additives

    Chair:

    C. Clayton Shell Global Solutions, Manchester, United Kingdom

    11:00 11:30 M. Mller, S. Crusius ERC Additiv GmbH, Buchholz, Germany K. Lucka, H. Hoffmann Tec4Fuels GmbH, Herzogenrath, Germany S. Feldhoff OWI Oel-Wrme-Institut gGmbH, Herzogenrath, Germany Future Requirements for Diesel Additives Current Application Tests

    11:30 12:00 D. Goberdhan, R. Downie, R. Hunt, R. Rae Infineum UK Limited, Milton Hill Abingdon, United Kingdom Modern Methods for Formulation of Diesel Fuel

    12:00 12:30 S. Hopkins, R. Caprotti Infineum UK Limited, Milton Hill Abingdon, United Kingdom From Refinery to Vehicle, Safe Use of Diesel Lubricity Improvers

    12:30 14:00 Break

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  • 29 June 2017 Thursday

    Morning Room 2

    Session:

    Alternative Diesel Fuels (2)

    Chair:

    T. Garbe Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, Wolfsburg, Germany

    11:00 11:30 U. Arnold, D. Oestreich, P. Haltenort, J. Sauer, B. Niethammer, L. Lautenschtz Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Eggenstein-Leopoldshafen, Germany Alternative Diesel Fuels: Feedstocks, Production and Potentials

    11:30 12:00 S. Crusius, M. Mller ERC Additiv GmbH, Buchholz, Germany H. Stein ASG, Neusaess, Germany Oxy-Methylen-Di-Methylether (OMDME or OMEx) as an Alternative for Diesel Fuel: Properties, Additizing and First Engine Tests

    12:00 12:30 V. Gordillo, N. Rankovic Aramco Fuel Research Center, Rueil-Malmaison, France A. F. N. Abdul-Manan Saudi Aramco Fuel Research Center, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia Fuel Formulation as an Enabler for Low Carbon Intensity Fuels under Stringent CO2 Policies

    12:30 14:00 Break

    5

  • 29 June 2017 Thursday

    Afternoon Room 1

    Session:

    Fuel Quality Impact Diesel/Otto

    Chair:

    S. Mikkonen Neste Corporation, Porvoo, Finland

    14:00 14:30 J. Delgado Repsol, Mostoles, Spain F. Martinez Universidad de Huelva, Spain Comparison of Lubricity Performance of Conventional Diesel Fuels and Parafinic Diesel Fuels in Hydrodinamic Conditions of Lubrication

    14:30 15:00 B. Traber, J. Menzel Freudenberg Sealing Tecnologies GmbH & Co. KG, Weinheim, Germany Varying Fuel Compositions Worldwide: What are the Effects on Seals?

    15:00 15:30 K. Hopf, O. Schrder, J. Krahl Technologietransferzentrum Automotive der Hochschule Coburg, Germany Oxidation Study of HVO based Fuels for Heavy-Duty Engines

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  • 29 June 2017 Thursday

    Afternoon Room 2

    Session:

    Alternative Otto Fuels (2)

    Chair:

    H. Krmer Audi AG, Ingolstadt, Germany

    14:00 14:30 S. Schmidt, M. Kuschel, J. Engelmann CAC Chemnitz T. Buddenberg Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GmbH, Duisburg Industry Application of Low Carbon Gasoline Technology

    14:30 15:00 J.-H. Wittmann Freyberger engineering GmbH, Kln, Germany L. Menger BMW Group, Mnchen, Germany New Method for the Evaluation of Particulate Emission (PN) Risks Based on Reproducible and Standardized Fuel Parameters

    15:00 15:30 C. Tpel Freyberger engineering GmbH, Kln, Germany L. Menger BMW Group, Mnchen, Germany Novel Field Oriented Testing Procedure for GDI Gasoline Additive Assessment Utilizing Metal Free Test Fuels

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