Browse Publications Books PT-124
2007-03-28

Diesel Particulate Filter Technology PT-124

Until recently, the complexity of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) system has hindered its commercial success. Stringent regulations of diesel emissions has lead to advancements in this technology, therefore mainstreaming the use of DPFs in light- and heavy-duty diesel filtration applications.

This book covers the latest and most important research in DPF systems, focusing mainly on the advancements of the years 2002-2006. Editor Timothy V. Johnson selected the top 29 SAE papers covering the most significant research in this technology.

This reference includes an introduction, an extensive bibliography, and technical papers focusing on seven main sections:

  • Nature of Ultrafines
  • DPF Soot Load Modeling
  • Filter Regeneration Principles
  • Filter Materials and Catalyst
  • Ash Management
  • Integrated DPF and NOx Control
  • DPF Retrofit Systems

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