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Automatic Engine Shutdown Function as an Innovative Technology Allowing to Reduce CO2 Emission
ABSTRACT: An automatic engine shutdown function at idle running was approved as an innovative technology, which is mounted in the vehicles of M1 category equipped with conventional power transmission system, automatic gearbox or manual gearbox and automatic clutch. The reduction of CO2 emission as a result of application of an automatic engine shutdown function at idle running is determined using a method determining the level of reduction of emission. The main goal of this publication was to present a method of determining CO2 savings obtained thanks to the use of an automatic engine shutdown function at idle running.
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Citation note:
Łukasik Z., Kozyra J., Kuśmińska-Fijałkowska A.: Automatic Engine Shutdown Function as an Innovative Technology Allowing to Reduce CO2 Emission. TransNav, the International Journal on Marine Navigation and Safety of Sea Transportation, Vol. 14, No. 4, doi:10.12716/1001.14.04.24, pp. 975-981, 2020

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