Fuels, oils & emissions review
Industry exchanges views on the impact of fuels and emissions on life cycle costs. -- Seawater scrubber qualifies as EPA 'emerging technology' to reduce particulate matter. -- Survey fleet selects 'green' lubricants. -- Successful marine trial for dry scrubber. -- Mixed feelings from IMO on COP15. -- Additive claimed to reduce carbon emissions. -- Storage risks from acidity of biofuels which cause seal deterioration. -- Marine lubricant designed with Tier-4 engine compliance in mind. -- Sulphur directive help from class. -- EGCSA wants no 'green wash' in 2010.
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- Publication Date: 2010-2
- Features: Illustrations;
- Pagination: p. 36-45 : ill.
- TRT Terms: Diesel engine exhaust gases; Environmental impacts; Fuels; Marine diesel engines; Ships
- Subject Areas: Energy; Marine Transportation;
- Accession Number: 01156020
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Northwestern University Transportation Library
- Files: TLIB
- Created Date: May 4 2010 8:34AM