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Ammonia Molecule

Cambustion co-authored paper wins best paper award at JSAE Powertrains, Energy and Lubricants meeting

The paper "Experimental Study of Fuel Mixture Limitations of Ammonia and Gasoline in a Passive Pre-Chamber Engine", by the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and co-authored by Cambustion, won the best paper award at the 2023 SAE International / JSAE Powertrains, Energy and Lubricants International Meeting in Japan. The authors used our CLD50 to measure the NO and NO₂ emissions from the combustion of mixtures of ammonia and gasoline. The CLD50 uses Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) to detect NO₂ so it does not suffer from cross sensitivity to ammonia, unlike analysers which pre-convert NO₂ to NO before measurement. Congratulations to Fahad Almatrafi and the other authors at the Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC) at KAUST on their award!

See CCRC's LinkedIn post for more details: