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metadata.conference.dc.title: Aviation Gas Turbine Engine Emissions: Drop in Alternative Fuel and its Challenges
metadata.conference.dc.contributor.*: H Mohd Noh
G A Rodrigo
N A Abdul Rahman
S Ismail
M A Shafie
M W Zainal Ariffin
A A Ahmad
R Basit A Khalid
N H R Yahaya
M R Yusoff
J Othman 2018
metadata.conference.dc.publisher: IOP Publishing Ltd
metadata.conference.dc.identifier.citation: Mohd Noh, H., Rodrigo, G. A., Abdul Rahman, N. A., Ismail, S., Shafie, M. A., Zainal Ariffin, M. W., … Othman, J. (2018). Aviation Gas Turbine Engine Emissions: Drop in Alternative Fuel and its Challenges. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 370(1).
metadata.conference.dc.description.abstract: The growing demand of air travel in aviation industries contributes to increases in carbon emissions. As far as technological, infrastructure and operation is concerned, carbon-neutral growth (CNG) cannot be achieved due to fossil fuel usage. The involvement of biojet fuel is the only measures that can be adapted to reduce up to -50% of Carbon emissions. This paper will discuss the gas emissions from the aircraft engine and the challenges it poses to Airlines and operation as well as adapting the Alternative drop-in fuel as its solutions. Alternative fuel using biomass has been approved by American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) to be a drop-in fuel with no alteration on the gas turbine engine, hence will ease and generate cost saving for the Airlines. The challenges remain, as the concern on the fuel properties and characteristics, distributions, environment and economic, have been the focal point for policymakers and researchers. As a conclusion, the authority and the government need to join hand in creating the opportunity for alternative fuel in the aviation industries to ensure the reduction in aviation carbon emissions.
metadata.conference.dc.identifier.issn: 1757-899X
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