E3S Web of Conferences
Volume 6, 2016International Conference on Sustainable Cities (ICSC 2016)
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Section 2: Engineering solutions for smart cities|
|Published online||21 June 2016|
Improving vehicle adaptability to the operating conditions of «smart» cities in the northern regions
1 Department of Motor Transport, Tyumen Industrial University, 625000, Tyumen, Russia
2 Research and Educational Centre ENGEC, Ural Federal University, 620002, Yekaterinburg, Russia
3 Department of Oil and Gas Processing, Industrial University of Tyumen, 625000, Tyumen, Russia
4 Technical systems in the agriculture, Northern Trans-Ural State Agricultural University, 625003, Tyumen, Russia
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The paper reviews a relevant problem of providing a higher quality of people’s living in the northern regions by the application of the modern technologies within transport in order to improve its environmental performance and efficiency. The aim of the research is to substantiate methods of increasing the adaptability of vehicles to variable low-temperature operating conditions based on a neural control system of preheating and maintaining the optimum temperature of technological fluids by SHF radiation and improving diesel fuel properties by introducing a multifunctional additive. It has been found that SHF radiation influences the physical and chemical parameters of diesel fuel, as well as the engine output parameters. SHF radiation results in a reduction of fuel consumption to 7%, smoke from the exhaust to 15%, and nitrogen oxide emission to 30%. A conclusion is made that using SHF radiation for technological fuel preheating is essential. An approach has been developed that improves low-temperature properties of diesel fuels and increases engine operation efficiency under severe climatic conditions by introducing a multifunctional additive. The additive will enable a significant decrease in fuel consumption under low-temperature operating conditions and a complex improvement of fuel properties.
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