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Regenerative liquid fuels can make a significant contribution to environmental protection. However, physico-chemical properties can differ considerably from fuel to fuel, which can necessitate engine adaptations or can result in unwanted chemical reactions in the fuel itself. Therefore, a robust sensor technology to detect fuel composition and conditions is developed within the FVV Project No. 1204 "Fuel sensor to detect condition of fuels," which is conducted at the Coburg University of Applied Sciences and Arts. ...
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- Development of a Fuel Sensor for Identification of Special Components
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