Browse Publications Technical Papers 2001-24-0073
2001-09-23

Correlation of Measurements of a New Long Optical Path Length Particle Sensor against Gravimetric and Electrical Mobility based Particle Measurements in Diesel Exhaust 2001-24-0073

A prototype multiwavelength sensor able to characterise soot emissions in Diesel exhaust in terms of size and concentration has been tested against other methods for diesel particle measurements like electrical mobility sizing (SMPS) and raw exhaust gravimetric sampling (RES). Measurements carried out with the prototype sensor were correlated with the SMPS by assuming spherical and/or fractal aggregate morphology of the particles. Correlation of RES gravimetric data against the sensor and the SMPS led to the calculation of the solid density for soot particles to be 2.3 gr/cm3.

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