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Proceedings ILASS–Europe 2017. 28th Conference on Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems
The utilization of biodiesel is an effective approach to reduce pollution from internal combustion engines and thushas attracted steadily increasing interest in the recent years. As the viscosity of biodiesel is much higher than that of standard diesel, the atomization characteristics of a biodiesel jet can significantly deviate from those of a standard diesel jet under identical injection conditions. Since atomization of the injected fuel has a strong impact on fuel-air mixing and thedoi:10.4995/ilass2017.2017.5035 fatcat:4jnawx43azee7ieybm6y3tv3ta