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Grasman, A. (author), Veldhuis, C. (author), Seykens, X.L.J. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author), Verschuren, R.M.A.F. (author), Mans, K. (author), Doosje, E. (author), Harmsen, J. (author)
Met de op 19 juli 2019 gepubliceerde Green Deal Zeevaart, Binnenvaart en Havens (C-230) is invulling gegeven aan de belofte in het Regeerakkoord van het Kabinet Rutte III om de verduurzaming van de zeevaart en de binnenvaart een impuls te geven. Als onderdeel binnen deze Green Deal is er vanuit de Rijksoverheid financiering beschikbaar gesteld ...
report 2021
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Bosklopper, J. (author), Sapra, H. (author), van de Ketterij, R. (author), van Sluijs, W. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author), de Vos, P. (author), Visser, K. (author)
The maritime sector is currently facing a serious challenge of reducing emissions to meet the strict international and national emission regulations. In response to this challenge, the industry is initiating several research initiatives focused towards employment of alternative fuels in marine internal combustion engines. One of the promising...
conference paper 2020
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Seykens, X. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author), Han, J. (author), Willems, R. (author), van Hal, J. (author)
This paper focusses on the application of bioalcohols (ethanol and butanol) derived from seaweed in Heavy-Duty (HD) Compression Ignition (CI) combustion engines. Seaweed-based fuels do not claim land and are not in competition with the food chain. Currently, the application of high octane bioalcohols is limited to Spark Ignition (SI) engines....
conference paper 2020
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Bekdemir, C. (author), Harmsen, J. (author), Veldhuis, C. (author)
report 2020
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Harmsen, J. (author), Nesterova, N. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author), van Kranenburg, K.J. (author)
The maritime sector is facing a major challenge. Whilst a globally growing global economy leads to greater demand for the transport of goods, the goals from the Paris climate agreement (UNCC 2016) and the subsequent agreement in International Maritime Organization (IMO 2018) require a 50% reduction of CO2-emissions from maritime transport by...
report 2020
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Mikulski, M. (author), Ramesh, S. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author)
Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) is commonly mentioned as a potential efficient and clean combustion concept. This study makes the first evaluation of natural gas-diesel RCCI combustion for mid-speed marine engines. A state-of-the-art dual-fuel engine with 350 mm bore diameter is the basis for numerical simulations. GT-Power is...
article 2019
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Indrajuana, A. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author), Feru, E. (author), Willems, F. (author)
The operation of a dual fuel combustion engine using combustion mode-switching offers the benefit of higher thermal efficiency compared to single-mode operation. For various fuel combinations, the engine research community has shown that running dual fuel engines in Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) mode, is a feasible way to...
conference paper 2018
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Mikulski, M. (author), Balakrishnan, P.R. (author), Doosje, E. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author)
conference paper 2018
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Mikulski, M. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author)
Natural gas - diesel, Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) is currently one of the most promising combustion strategies for the next generation heavy-duty engines. A major issue to be addressed for this dual fuel concept to become practically applicable is its low combustion efficiency and associated high methane emissions in...
article 2017
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Indrajuana, A. (author), Bekdemir, C. (author), Luo, X. (author), Willems, F.P.T. (author)
Advanced combustion concepts such as Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) demonstrate very high thermal efficiencies combined with ultra low NOx emissions. As RCCI is sensitive for operating conditions, closed-loop control is a crucial enabler for stable and robust combustion. The feedback design is complex due to the coupling...
conference paper 2016
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Bekdemir, C. (author), Baert, R. (author), Willems, F. (author), Somers, B. (author)
For natural gas (NG)-diesel RCCI, a multi-zonal, detailed chemistry modeling approach is presented. This dual fuel combustion process requires further understanding of the ignition and combustion processes to maximize thermal efficiency and minimize (partially) unburned fuel emissions. The introduction of two fuels with different physical and...
article 2015
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