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Project Reports


Project Reports

AMF Tasks usually provide a final report on the work carried out under the respective Task. Most of these reports are immediately brought to the public domain, but some of them remain “restricted” in dissemination at least for a while. Following a recent decision of the AMF Executive Committee, older reports that had been restricted in dissemination earlier, are now also made publicly available. Below, more than 60 AMF reports are provided.

The End of Term Report 2015-2019 provides an overview on activities and findings of AMF work over the past five years.

Task 63: Sustainable Aviation Fuels

Task 61: Remote Emission Sensing

Task 60: The Progress of Advanced Marine Fuels

Task 59: Lessons Learned from Alternative Fuel Experiences

Task 58: The Role of Renewable Fuels in Decarbonizing Road Transport

Task 57: Heavy Duty Vehicle Evaluation

Task 56: Methanol as Motor Fuel

Task 55: Real Driving Emissions and Fuel Consumption

Task 54: GDI Engines and Alcohol Fuels

Task 53-1: Sustainable Bus Systems - Phase 1

Task 52: Fuels for Efficiency

Task 51: Methane Emission Control

Task 50: Fuel and Technology Alternatives in Non-Road Engines

Task 49: COMVEC – Fuel and Technology Alternatives for Commercial Vehicles

Task 48: Value Proposition Study on Natural Gas Pathways for Road Vehicles

Task 47: Reconsideration of DME Fuel Specifications for Vehicles

Task 46: Alcohol Application in CI Engines

Task 45: Synthesis, characterization and use of hydro treated oils and fats for engine operation

Task 44: Research on Unregulated Pollutants Emissions of Vehicles Fuelled with Alcohol Alternative Fuels

Task 43: Performance Evaluation of Passenger Car Fuel and Powerplant Options

Task 42: Toxicity of Exhaust Gases and Particles from IC Engines - International Activities Survey (EngToxIn)

Task 41: Alternative Fuels for Marine Applications

Task 40: Life Cycle Analysis of Transportation Fuel Pathways

Task 39: Enhanced Emission Performance and Fuel Efficiency for HD Methane Engines

Task 38: Environmental Impact of Biodiesel Vehicles

Task 37: Fuel and Technology Alternatives for Buses

Task 36: Measurement Technologies for Hydrocarbons, Ethanol, and Aldehyde Emissions from Ethanol Powered Vehicles

  • Measurement technologies for emissions from ethanol fuelled vehicles. Report AVL MTC 9711. November 2009.
  • Sandström-Dahl, C., Erlandsson, L., Gåsste, J. and Lindgren, M. Measurement Methodologies for Hydrocarbons, Ethanol and Aldehyde Emissions from Ethanol Fuelled Vehicles. Society of Automotive Engineers, Warrendale. SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-1557.

Task 35-2: Ethanol as a Fuel for Road Transportation - Particulate Measurements: Ethanol and Iso-Butanol
in Direct Injection Spark Ignited Engines

Task 35-1: Ethanol as Fuel for Road Transportation

Task 34-2: Biomass-Derived Diesel Fuels: Algae as a Feedstock for Future Fuels

Task 34-1: Biomass-Derived Diesel Fuels: Analysis of Biodiesel Options

Task 33: Particle Emissions of 2-S scooters:

Task 31: Production and use of Synthetic Vehicle Fuels Made by Fischer-Tropsch Technique

Task 30: Bio-safety Assessment: Animal Fat in Biodiesel.

Task 29: Evaluation of duty cycles for heavy-duty urban vehicles.

Task 28: Information Service & AMF Website, AMFI

Task 27: Standardization of Alternative Fuels:

Task 26: Alcohols and Ethers as Oxygenates in Diesel Fuel:

Task 25: Fuel Effects on Emissions from Non-Road Engines

Task 24: AFIS Fuels Updates.

Task 22: Particle emissions at moderate and cold temperatures using different fuels

Task 21: Deployment Strategies for Hybrid, Electric and Alternative Fuel Vehicles

Task 20: DME as an Automotive Fuel II

Task 19: New Fuels for New Engines

  • Report not available electronically

Task 18: Future Greener Diesel Fuels

Task 17: Real Impact of New Technologies for Heavy-Duty Vehicles

  • Report not available electronically

Task 16: Biodegradable Lubricants

Task 15: Implementation Barriers of Alternative Fuels

  • Report not available electronically

Task 14: Feasibility of DME as a Fuel in Diesel Engines

Task 13: Emission performance of selected biodiesel fuels:

Task 12: Particulate Emissions from Alternative Fuelled Vehicles

Task 11: Forecasting and Planning Tools for Alternative Fuels and Related Infrastructure

  • Report not available electronically

Task 10: Characterisation of New Fuel Qualities

Task 9: Automotive Fuels Information Service

  • Report not available electronically

Task 8: Heavy-Duty Vehicles on Alternative Fuels

  • Report not available electronically

Task 7: Comparison of Relative Environmental Impacts of Alternative and Conventional Fuels

Task 6: State-of-the-art Report on Natural Gas as a Motor Fuel

Task 5: Performance evaluation of alternative fuel/engine concepts

TAsk 4: Production of Alcohols and other Oxygenates from Fossil Fuels and Renewables

Task 3: Diesel Field Trials and Diesel field Trials Analyses

  • Report not available electronically

Task 2: Technology Information Exchange on Alternative Motor Fuels

  • Report not available electronically

Task 1: Alcohols and Alcohol Blends as Motor Fuels

  • Report not available electronically