Engine fuel and emissions


Engine fuel and emissions
ASSESSMENT Assignment TASK 1: Group or Individual Presentation 20% (LO 1, 3) Presentation day is: 1. Describe the technical evolution and future trends

emerging in both Petrol and Diesel fuel injection systems in terms of fuel spray formation. 5%
2. Discuss the mechanical processes and factors yielding fuel droplet size distributions and possible advantages or disadvantages on the subsequent in-

cylinder combustion processes (Petrol engine). 10%
3. Contextualise knowledge for global regional, national and industry issues with situations related to Fuels and Fuel Systems.5%
Assignment Task 2: Written assignment 30% Min 3 00 words (LO 1,2) Due on:


1, Investigate and discuss the Fuel cell vehicle (passenger’s car) technologies: fuel cell technology, and motor control strategies; 10%
2, Compare CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), and LPG (Liquefied petroleum gas) fuels used in passenger’s car: fuel characteristics, conversion technologies,

and engine control technologies.10%
3, Analyze the range of pollutants from diesel passenger’s vehicles, the subsequent effect(s) on environment and the control systems used to mitigate those

effects. 10%
Assessment: Calculation Exam 50% (LO 1,2) Due on: (Additional papers and guidelines will he given after the following learning outcomes have been finished)
1. Analyse the range of vehicle emissions and engine data interpretations (30%) • Exhaust emission mitigation methods • Analise emission test results •

Oxygen sensor signal analysis • Scan tool live data interpretation 2. Analyse the theoretical air, fuel ratio of standard and alternative fuels (20%)