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2000-06-12

EXHAUST EMISSION FROM DIESEL ENGINE DURING COLD START IN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS 2000-05-0316

This paper reviews the exhaust emissions from direct injection diesel engines in the initial period following startup. The tests were undertake in “cold start” mode (temperature of cooling water and lube oil equal ambient temperature) and “warm start” modes (after getting equilibrium state). Both results were compared. Exhaust emissions in the period of run from cold start to warmed-up is very important to satisfy present day standards worldwide.

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