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Wang, Z.

Energy 190, 2020, Article 116412

Non-equilibrium Thermodynamic Model for Liquefied Natural Gas Storage Tanks

Compared to vertical tanks and under dynamic operating conditions, horizontal storage tanks can hold LNG for longer periods without methane release to the atmosphere…

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Sharafian, A.

Applied Thermal Engineering 162, 2019, Article 114313

Liquefied Natural Gas Tanker Truck-to-Tank Transfer for On-road Transportation

This study investigates six methods used to offload LNG from a tanker truck to an LNG refueling station and their contribution to methane emissions…

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Sharafian, A.

Energy Policy 131, 2019, 332-346

Natural Gas as a Ship Fuel: Assessment of Greenhouse Gas and Air Pollutant Reduction Potential

This study uses a life cycle assessment to compare emissions from domestic and imported liquefied natural gas (LNG), and heavy-fuel oil (HFO) for marine shipping…

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Speirs, J.

Progress in Energy 2, 2019

Natural Gas Fuel and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Trucks and Ships

This paper documents a systematic review of literature detailing well-to-wheel/wake greenhouse gas emissions and economic costs in moving from diesel and heavy fuel oil to natural gas as a fuel for trucks and ships…

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Sharafian, A.

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 69, 2019, 123-140

Policy Implications of Liquefied Natural Gas Use in Heavy-duty Vehicles: Examples in Canada and British Columbia

This study investigates the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from diesel-and liquefied natural gas-fueled (LNG) heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs)…

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Sommer, D.

Environ. Sci. Technol 53. 2019, 2892-2899

Characterization and Reduction of In-Use CH4 Emissions from a Dual Fuel Marine Engine Using Wavelength Modulation Spectroscopy

In-use exhaust stream CH4 emissions from two dual fuel marine engines were characterized and strategies for CH4 reduction were identified and evaluated…

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Speirs J.

Sustainable Gas Institute

Can Natural Gas Reduce Emissions from Transport? Heavy Goods Vehicles and Shipping

The aim of this white paper is to examine the evidence surrounding the use of natural gas as a transport fuel to address greenhouse gas and air pollution emissions in trucks and ships….

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Sharafian, A.

Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 69, 2017, 503-513

A Review of Liquefied Natural Gas Refueling Station Designs

In this study, different onboard LNG tank architectures are discussed, and the design strategies for LNG conditioning and BOG management technologies employed in LNG refueling stations are analyzed…

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