Browse Publications Technical Papers 2001-24-0080
2001-09-23

A real use emissions statistical model. Application to a small size gasoline catalyst car 2001-24-0080

A statistical model for the evaluation of exhaust emissions of catalyst gasoline car operating under real conditions has been developed and proposed in this paper. Emission data, relative to tests performed in the laboratory simulating real driving conditions on the dynamometer chassis, are considered in the analysis. In the paper, the building and estimation of parameters of the statistical model developed according to the PLS approach is presented, as well as its application to the case of a small size gasoline catalyst car. Data and models of CO, HC, NOx and CO2 are compared with the results obtained by the application of the COPERT emission model to the specific car type.

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