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Published in: MTZ industrial 1/2014

01-04-2014 | Cover Story

Medium Speed Diesel Engine for IMO Tier III

Authors: Ir. Lieven Vervaeke, Ir. Tim Berckmoes, Dr. Prof. Sebastian Verhelst

Published in: MTZ industrial | Issue 1/2014

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Selective catalytic reduction is the engine industry’s ready-to-fit panacea technology for strict emissions limits like IMO Tier III in Emission Control Areas (ECAs). ABC is vigorously pursuing exhaust gas recirculation as an alternative which, though it requires more design and development work from the manufacturer, enables the engine to remain a single piece of equipment, with all its major systems integral to its architecture. …
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go back to reference Verhelst, S.; Sierens, R.; Vervaeke, L.; Berckmoes, T.; Duyck, L.: Medium speed diesel engines operated on alternative fuels: lessons learned and remaining questions. CIMAC 2010, paper 121 Verhelst, S.; Sierens, R.; Vervaeke, L.; Berckmoes, T.; Duyck, L.: Medium speed diesel engines operated on alternative fuels: lessons learned and remaining questions. CIMAC 2010, paper 121
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Title
Medium Speed Diesel Engine for IMO Tier III
Authors
Ir. Lieven Vervaeke
Ir. Tim Berckmoes
Dr. Prof. Sebastian Verhelst
Publication date
01-04-2014
Publisher
Vieweg Verlag
Published in
MTZ industrial / Issue 1/2014
Print ISSN: 2194-8682
Electronic ISSN: 2194-8690
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/s40353-014-0117-x

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