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Vegetable oil ester fuels for diesel engines


, : Vegetable oil ester fuels for diesel engines. Conference on agricultural engineering 1984, Bundaberg, Queensland, Australia, 27-30 August Preprints of papers: 173-176

Recent developments are reviewed. A 1000 h test of a direct injected diesel engine using linseed oil methyl ester was successfully completed.

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