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Ways of reducing carbon dioxide from road transport
 
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Department of Road and Urban Transport, University of Zilina
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František Synák   

Department of Road and Urban Transport, University of Zilina
Data nadesłania: 13-09-2019
Data ostatniej rewizji: 01-12-2019
Data akceptacji: 11-12-2019
Data publikacji: 23-12-2019
 
The Archives of Automotive Engineering – Archiwum Motoryzacji 2019;86(4):41–54
 
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Climate change and the associated global warming affect all of us. These changes cause the melting of the glaciers and consequently the increase in sea and ocean levels. This phenomenon threatens the existence of some of the island states. The warming casing all this was brought on by the economic activity of humans, with the greatest responsibility being attributed to the ever-increasing production of greenhouse gases. Transport generates large portion of these gases. When means of transport are in motion, they are affected by certain driving resistances which try to keep vehicle from moving. In order to overcome them, it is necessary to produce certain useful work equivalent to the measurement of driving resistances. An internal combustion motor is the most frequent source of such energy. It generates energy by oxygenating hydrocarbon fuels, and in addition to the useful work, it produces also unfavourable emission. The amount of such emissions equals to the amount of burnt fuel. Thus, levels of emissions can drop by reducing fuel consumption. The most commonly mentioned gas is the CO2. Reduction of CO2 production is essential to affect the high level of CO2. The article focuses on the possibilities of reducing CO2 from road transport. The possibilities of reducing CO2 from road transport are quantified in the form of mathematical model calculations.
 
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