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  •   Van Vang Le

Abstract

In the future, when traditional fuels are exhausted, biofuels are the alternative candidate. The more developed the world, the greater the demand for fuel, while the natural resources are not unlimited. Therefore, the search for a new fuel source is more plentiful, more sustainable, less polluting, greenhouse effect and environmentally friendly as well as an opportunity to manage natural resources. In the maritime industry, most of the ships currently are using diesel engines as a propulsion device for propeller spinning, hybrid generators or other equipment. The main solution is to accelerate the research and deployment of applications into practical exploitation and encourage the use of biofuels. To enhance the building of material foundations, the training of human resources, the improvement of the system of policies, legal documents and the enhancement of international cooperation in biofuels development, raising public awareness. on the development of biofuels.


Keywords: Diesel Engines, Maritime, Fuel, Alternative Fuel

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Le, V. 2018. Overview of Fuels used for Marine Diesel Engines. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 3, 12 (Dec. 2018), 20-24. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2018.3.12.1036.