Browse Publications Technical Papers 2006-01-1516
2006-04-03

‘Regulated’ and ‘Non-regulated’ Emissions from Modern European Passenger Cars 2006-01-1516

Regulated emissions from four current production European vehicles were measured over the Common Artemis Driving Cycles (CADC). Particulate Mass and Particle Number measurements were made in accordance with the newly-developed draft Particulate Measurement Programme (PMP) developed for the UN-ECE's expert group on pollution and energy (GRPE).
During the test programme measurements were also made of currently non-regulated emissions including PAHs and speciation of the particulate material and key hydrocarbons. CADC results are presented for each of the four vehicles tested (one conventional gasoline vehicle, two different types of diesel without Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and one diesel with DPF) with results measured on the regulated New European Driving Cycle (NEDC) test for comparison. The emissions results on the Artemis cycles showed some significant differences from those on the regulated (NEDC) test cycle. These were especially marked on the Artemis Urban cycle, even when compared to the hot urban part of the NEDC. The PMP Particulate Mass and Particle Number results demonstrated the effectiveness of the Diesel Particulate Filter under a variety of driving conditions.

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