February 2002

Special Report: Clean Fuels

Consider online sulfur measurement for clean fuels

A new analytical method can increase process optimization and regulation compliance

Gokeler, U., Siemens Applied Automatin; Muller, H., Offermanns, U., Siemens AG

        Fig. 1. Liquid fuel nebulization and vaporization with continuous feed. Countries worldwide are implementing emission reduction programs as a measure to ease the environmental impact of combustible fuels. The U.S. has implemented the Federal Clean Air Act Amendments, the European Auto Oil Programs regulate Europe and the Japan Clean Air Program regulates Japan. Numerous other countries have similar, but typically less aggressive plans in place or in preparation. One common ta

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