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Scientists Improve Diesel Engine Efficiency by Understanding Cool Flame Properties

The idea of a ‘cool flame’ sounds contradictory. It exists, however, and it holds the key to creating better diesel engines. Scientists first discovered the concept of cool flames during the early 19th century, but researchers have only recently realised its potential in improving diesel combustion. Engineers from the Sandia National Laboratories are, in fact, performing direct numerical simulations to understand how the flame can make diesel engines work better and reduce emissions.

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