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Comparison of advanced waste heat recovery systems with a novel oil heating system

conference contribution
posted on 2012-01-01, 00:00 authored by Frank Will
Latest trends in waste heat recovery include systems like Thermo Electric Generation (TEG), Rankine cycle, and active warm up systems. The advantages and disadvantages of different approaches are critically discussed and compared with a novel and effective oil heating system that can deliver between 7% and 12% reductions of CO2 emissions and fuel consumption. The comparison includes the expected CO2 and fuel saving potential related to the legal drive cycle as well as real world driving, effects on regulated exhaust emissions, utilisation of resources, maintenance and service, vehicle performance, comfort, noise, and durability.

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Event

JSAE. Congress (2012 : Yokohama, Japan)

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JSAE

Location

Yokohama, Japan

Place of publication

Yokohama, Japan

Start date

2012-05-23

End date

2012-05-25

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

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2012, JSAE

Title of proceedings

JSAE 2012 : Book of summarized papers of the 2012 JSAE Annual Congress (Autumn) - The best way to monitor the latest trends in cutting-edge technology

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