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Pereira, Clara Rodrigues ; Muniz, Pedro Bancillon Ventin ; Rosa, Katheelin Rios Santa ; Torres, Ednildo Andrade; Guarieiro, Lílian Lefol Nani ;

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The aim of this study was to evaluate the deposition in the respiratory tract of nanoparticles (11.5nm to 365.2nm) from the burning of diesel, biodiesel and additives. The studied fuels were pure diesel (D), binary mixture of pure diesel with 11% biodiesel (B11) and ternary mixture of pure diesel, with 11% biodiesel and with the biocatalyst Xmile (B11X). The impact of nanoparticles on health was assessed using the MPPD lung model. From the tests, the burning of the studied fuels showed concentration of number of particles in the accumulation mode (50nm to 120 nm). When comparing fuels, it was clear that B11 emits more particles and has a greater deposition capacity in the lung. B11X has been shown to be efficient in reducing pollutant emissions as well as impacting human health

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O objetivo deste estudo foi avaliar a deposição de nanopartículas (11,5nm a 365,2nm) no trato respiratório oriundas da queima de diesel, biodiesel e aditivo. Os combustíveis estudados foram o diesel puro (D), mistura binária de diesel puro com 11% de biodiesel (B11) e mistura ternária de diesel puro, com 11% de biodiesel e com o biocatalisador Xmile (B11X). O impacto das nanopartículas na saúde, foi avaliado através do modelo pulmonar MPPD. A partir dos testes, a queima dos combustíveis estudados apresentou concentração de número de partículas na moda de acumulação (50nm a 120nm). Ao comparar os combustíveis foi notório que o B11 emite mais partículas e possui maior capacidade de deposição no pulmão. O B11X, mostrou-se eficiente na redução de emissão de poluentes assim como no impacto na saúde humana.

Palavras-chave: Deposition; respiratory tract; biodiesel; MPPD,

Palavras-chave: Deposição; trato respiratório; biodiesel; MPPD,


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Como citar:

Pereira, Clara Rodrigues ; Muniz, Pedro Bancillon Ventin ; Rosa, Katheelin Rios Santa ; Torres, Ednildo Andrade; Guarieiro, Lílian Lefol Nani ; "EVALUATION OF THE DEPOSITION OF NANOPARTICLES IN THE HUMAN RESPIRATORY TRACT FROM THE BURNING OF DIESEL / BIODIESEL / ADDITIVE", p. 968-977 . In: Anais do VI Simpósio Internacional de Inovação e Tecnologia. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2357-7592, ISBN: 2357-7592

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