Contactj.han.1@ tue.nl +31 40 247 2877 Gemini Noord 1.20
The heavy-duty and long-haul transportation industries are confronted with challenges on air quality (pollutant emissions) and global warming (greenhouse emissions). One of the solutions is to combine advanced combustion concepts with alternative fuels to achieve the goal of a clean and efficient engine. Jinlin Han is a Ph.D. student from the group of Power&Flow. He mainly focuses on the advanced combustion concept for the HD engine as well as alternative fuels. He is interested in improving engine efficiency and decreasing pollutant emissions.
Ignition and Combustion Characteristics of N-Butanol and FPBO/N-Butanol Blends With Addition of Ignition ImproverFrontiers in Energy Research (2022)
Comparative investigation of ignition behavior of butanol isomers using constant volume combustion chamber under diesel-engine like conditionsFuel (2021)
Ignition and combustion characteristics of biomass derived fast pyrolysis bio-oil in a combustion research unit16th Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, SDEWES 2021 (2021)
Analysis of real-driving emissions from light-duty gasoline vehiclesAtmospheric Pollution Research (2021)
Ignition and combustion characteristics of n-butanol and FPBO/n-butanol blends with addition of ignition improver10th European Combustion Meeting (ECM 2021) (2021)
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