Bill Buff Diesel Technology Forum

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Published on February 28, 2008

Author: Spencer

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Reducing Emissions from Existing Diesel Engines: Challenges, Opportunities & Benefits:  Reducing Emissions from Existing Diesel Engines: Challenges, Opportunities & Benefits Diesel Difference Bill Buff May 30, 2003 Diesel Technology Forum Philadelphia, PA www.dieselforum.org Overview :  Overview Who is the Diesel Technology Forum? Role we play in diesel upgrading activities Value and progress made in clean diesel technology Overview of successful upgrading projects Resources available Diesel Technology Forum: Leaders from All Sectors:  Diesel Technology Forum: Leaders from All Sectors Engine makers Fuel refiners Aftertreatment suppliers Fuels Emissions Treatment Engines Clean Diesel System Diesel Technology Forum Leaders in Promoting Clean Diesel Technology:  Diesel Technology Forum Leaders in Promoting Clean Diesel Technology Forum Objectives:  Forum Objectives Demonstrate Successful voluntary diesel emissions reduction programs That diesel technology is a part of the solution to achieving future energy conservation and environmental objectives Communicate the capabilities of upgrading diesel to fleet operators, regulators, government officials and opinion leaders Ensure technology compatibility, optimum product performance and emissions reductions (success) Overview :  Overview Who is the Diesel Technology Forum? Role we play in diesel upgrading activities Value and progress made in clean diesel technology Overview of successful upgrading projects Resources available Contribution of Diesel To Key Activities:  Contribution of Diesel To Key Activities Progress in Reducing Emissions:  Progress in Reducing Emissions Diesel emissions being reduced faster than other sectors From 1990-1999, levels of particulate emissions declined overall only 2.3% for all industries BUT, for diesel equipment, emissions levels of fine particles dropped by 57 % According to EPA’s 2002 emissions inventory, diesel engines (all types) account for 2 % of all carbon monoxide emissions 3 % of all hydrocarbons 4 % of all particulate matter 33% of all nitrogen oxides Diesel PM Emission Reductions and Enabling Technologies:  Diesel PM Emission Reductions and Enabling Technologies (Heavy-duty Highway Diesel Engines) • Computer-controlled high pressure fuel injection • Improved combustion chamber configuration • Electronic turbo charging • Low sulfur fuel • Oxidation catalysts • Selective Catalytic Reduction • Particulate filters 98% Reduction Diesel NOx Emission Reductions and Enabling Technologies:  Diesel NOx Emission Reductions and Enabling Technologies • Computer-controlled high pressure fuel injection • Improved combustion chamber configuration • Injection timing retard • Exhaust gas recirculation • Low sulfur fuel • Oxidation catalysts • Selective Catalytic Reduction 98% Reduction (Heavy-duty Highway Diesel Engines) Overview :  Overview Who is the Diesel Technology Forum? Role we play in diesel upgrading activities Value and progress made in clean diesel technology Overview of successful upgrading projects Resources available Why Emissions Upgrades?:  Why Emissions Upgrades? New engine clean diesel technology only affects a fraction of the fleet Voluntary action can address the fleet of engines in-use Value of diesel technology Clean Diesel System:  Clean Diesel System Clean Diesel System Modernizing and Upgrading: “The 5 R’s”:  Modernizing and Upgrading: “The 5 R’s” Retrofit – new emissions control devices on existing engines (filters, catalysts, CRTs) Refuel – cleaner diesel fuel, emulsions/additives (ULSD) Rebuild – repair/upgrade key components or engine reprogramming Replace – vehicle/equipment condition < value of new engine. Repower – put newer engine in existing equip or chassis Modernizing and Upgrading Existing Diesel Engines for Fleets Operators::  Modernizing and Upgrading Existing Diesel Engines for Fleets Operators: “Welcome to the Technology Buffet”: many choices emerging - traps, filters, catalysts, fuels, additives, devices. Not all technologies have been EPA certified/approved nor work on every engine/piece of equipment; some work but don’t make sense Understand life cycle of your equipment, replacement patterns and future Make decisions based on facts, your circumstances, comfort levels Successful projects share common features: motivated and educated fleets, support from government, engine and equipment dealers, long-term vision, sharing their successes and funding. Creating the Best Chance of Success:  Creating the Best Chance of Success Do your homework – know your equipment, the $$$, capabilities Make good choices – which option works best in your fleet/business Use resources available – dealers and manufacturers, suppliers, EPA, DTF Get the right “Technical Fit” – performance, maintenance, reliability (government, suppliers and users) Measure & communicate your progress – share experiences Upgrading Diesel Engines: Getting the Gross Emitters Off the Road:  Upgrading Diesel Engines: Getting the Gross Emitters Off the Road Not all diesel vehicles emit visible smoke, but everyone operating a diesel truck or bus gets blamed for the ones that do Along with bad image, black smoke is unburned fuel and means bad maintenance, repair ore retrofit needed; Smoking trucks and buses are competitors to cleanly operating vehicles Pennsylvania has no means of inspecting emissions or getting the gross emitters/bad actors off the road (Border states NY, NJ, MD all have programs…) Getting gross emitters off the road is good for truckers, government and the environment Overview :  Overview Who is the Diesel Technology Forum? Role we play in diesel upgrading activities Value and progress made in clean diesel technology Overview of successful upgrading projects Resources available Clean Diesel Upgrading Resources Available:  Clean Diesel Upgrading Resources Available www.dieselforum.org Cleaner Air, Better performance: Strategies for Upgrading and Modernizing Diesel Engines (whitepaper) Retrofit Project Matrix Funding and Incentive Programs VHS Video: Success Stories: Modernizing and Upgrading Existing Diesel Engines (Free) State Diesel Emissions Testing Programs and Model rules… Slide20:  www.dieselforum.org

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