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General Emissions Research Technology (Paperback)
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General Emissions Research Technology (Paperback)

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General Emissions Research and Technology, contains technical papers from the SAE Spring Fuels and Lubricants Conference covering a range of emissions issues. The area of emissions and emissions control has been an important one for more than three decades, and continues to be at the forefront of global focus as we continue into the new millennium. As the world moves towards lead-free fuel in almost every nation, and considers moving away from fossil fuels altogether in some, the areas of emissions control have become extremely diverse. Contents Include: Present Day Spark-Ignition Engine Pollutant Emissions: Proposed Model for Refinery Bases Impact; Investigation into Testing and Controlling Emissions of Hydrogen Sulfide from Gasoline Vehicles; Hydrocarbon Emission form Combustion of Mixtures of Natural Gas and Hydrogen Containing Producer Gas in an SI Engine; Analysis of UHC Emission from a Natural Gas SI Engine Using Fast Response FID and a Heat Release Model; Relationships Between Instantaneous and Measured Emissions in Heavy Duty Applications; Operating Envelopes of Hybrid Bus Engines; Transient SI Engine Emissions Measurements on the FTP75 Drive Cycle with a Fast Response CO Instrument; A Comparison of Steady, Pulsating Flow Measurements and CFD Simulations in Close Coupled Catalysis; Designed Experiment to Evaluate the Canning Strength of Various High Cell Density/Ultra Thin Wall Ceramic Monoliths; Integration of Engine Controls, Exhaust Components and Advanced Catalytic Converters for ULEV and SULEV Applications; A Study of the Thermochemical Conditions in the Exhaust Manifold Using Secondary Air in a 2.0 L Engine; Effects of Engine Operating Conditions on Catalytic Converter Temperature in an SI Engine; An Alternative Method for Fast Light-Off of Catalysts - Cranking Exhaust Gas Ignition; Continuous Pre and Post Catalyst Hydrocarbon and Nitrogen Compounds Monitoring of Various DeNOx Reactions by Twin Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometry; Pressure and Gas Matrix Independent Dilution System for Fuel Cell Gas and Exhaust Distribution Monitoring; Measurement of Mass Emissions from In-Use Two-Stroke Engine Three-Wheelers in South Asia; Trends in Exhaust Emissions from In-Use California Light-Duty Vehicles 1994-2001; Real-Time, On-Road Measurement of Driving Behavior, Engine Parameters and Exhaust Emissions; The Influence of Lambda Controller Calibration on Removal Efficiency of a Three Way Catalytic Converter; Development of a Transient Duty Cycle for Large Nonroad SI Engines; N2O Emissions from Vehicles Equipped with Three-Way Catalysts in a Cold Climate; Catalytic Converter Design Incorporating Dynamic Can Deformation; Evaluation of Durable Emission Controls for Large Nonroad SI Engines.

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Imprint: Society of Automotive Engineers,U.S.
Country of origin: United States
Release date: April 2002
Dimensions: 280 x 220mm (L x W)
Format: Paperback
Pages: 226
ISBN-13: 978-0-7680-1006-0
Categories: Books > Professional & Technical > Transport technology
Books > Professional & Technical > Transport technology > Automotive technology
Books > Professional & Technical > Transport technology > Automotive technology > General
LSN: 0-7680-1006-3
Barcode: 9780768010060

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