Application of New Diesel Aftertreatment Strategies on a Production 1.9 L Common-Rail Turbocharged Engine 2002-01-1313
An experimental study has been carried out on a production vehicle by means of roller-bench emission tests in order to optimize alternative aftertreatment systems. To this aim different comparisons between the production exhaust system and new strategies are discussed in the present paper with aid of both modal emission data and bag tailpipe figures.
The present work shows the application of a alternative solution that complies with future emission legislation with regard both to HC, CO, NOx and PM without any major engine power output or fuel consumption penalty.
Citation: Saroglia, G., Basso, G., Presti, M., Reizig, M. et al., "Application of New Diesel Aftertreatment Strategies on a Production 1.9 L Common-Rail Turbocharged Engine," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-1313, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-1313. Download Citation
Gianpiero Saroglia, Giovanni Basso, Manuel Presti, Meike Reizig, Holger Stock