CME333 Syllabus - Renewable Powered Off Highway Vehicles And Emission Control Technology - 2021 Regulation Anna University

CME333 Syllabus - Renewable Powered Off Highway Vehicles And Emission Control Technology - 2021 Regulation Anna University

CME333

RENEWABLE POWERED OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLES AND EMISSION CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

 L T P C

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
1 To study the low and zero carbon fuels suitability and methods of use in off-road vehicles.
2 To learn and understand the green energy production methodologies and its use in off-road vehicle categories.
3 To learn various fuel cell types and its suitability in off-highway vehicles applications
4 To illustrate the impact of in-cylinder technologies on engine out emissions control.
5 To study the existing after-treatment technologies used in off-highway vehicle applications.

UNIT I

LOW AND ZERO CARBON FUELS POWERED OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES

9

Ethanol, Methanol, Butanol, Biodiesel, CNG, LNG, DME, Polyoxymethylene Dimethyl Ether (PODE), Ammonia and Hydrogen Fuels suitability, methods, and technologies for powering off-road vehicles.

UNIT II

GREEN ENERGY POWERED OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES

9

Solar Technology for Green Electricity, Green Electricity for Hydrogen Production, Hydrogen Smart Grid Technologies, Hydrogen to ICE powered vehicles, Hydrogen to Fuel Cell Powered Vehicles.


UNIT III

FUEL CELL POWERED OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLES

9

Fuel Cell, Types, Applications, Fuel Cell Requirement, Sizing and Design for Off-Highway applications, Merits and Demerits, Pathway to overcome the limitations. Scope of the fuel cell research on Off-road vehicle applications.

UNIT IV

IN-CYLINDER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

9

Low temperature Combustion Modes - Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition, Premixed- Charge Compression Ignition, Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition, Gasoline Direct Injection Compression Ignition, Water Injection Technologies.

UNIT V

AFTER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES

9

Diesel Oxidation Catalyst, Diesel Particulate Filter, Selective Catalytic Reduction, Ammonia slip / clean up catalyst. CO2 absorption techniques, Waste Heat Recovery and Organic Rankine Cycle.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: At the end of the course the students would be able to
1. Evaluate the availability, suitability, and its role in off-road vehicle categories in reducing the carbon footprint on the environment.
2. Gain the knowledge on various green energy production methods and its impact on meeting energy demand of off-road vehicle applications.
3. Develop the working of fuel cell, various fuel cell types, and its design for off-road vehicle applications.
4. Gain the knowledge on various in-cylinder low temperature combustion technologies and its key role in controlling the engine-out emissions.
5. Develop the working of various existing aftertreatment systems in controlling the engine out emissions.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. John Twidell, and Tony Weir. Renewable Energy Sources – 3rd Edition 2015,
2. Rakesh Kumar Maurya, Characteristics and Control of Low Temperature Combustion Engines.

REFERENCES:
1. Daniel J Holt. Fuel Cell Powered Vehicles: Automotive Technology of the Future. Society of Automotive Engineers, 2001 - Technology & Engineering,
2. W. Addy Majewski, Magdi K. Khair. Diesel Emissions and Their Control.
3. Toward Zero Carbon: The Chicago Central Area DeCarbonization Plan by Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill | 1 June 2011
4. Transportation in a Net Zero World: Transitioning Towards Low Carbon Public Transport (Green Energy and Technology) by Kathryn G. Logan, Astley Hastings, et al. | 7 April 2022
5. The Political Economy of Low Carbon Transformation: Breaking the habits of capitalism (Routledge Studies in Low Carbon Development) by Harold Wilhite | 21 December 2017

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