Browse Publications Technical Papers 2009-01-0628
2009-04-20

The Roles of Phosphorus and Soot on the Deactivation of Diesel Oxidation Catalysts 2009-01-0628

The deactivation of diesel oxidation catalysts (DOCs) by soot contamination and lube-oil derived phosphorus poisoning is investigated. Pt/CeO2/γ-AI2O3 DOCs aged using three different protocols developed by the authors and six high mileage field-returned DOCs of similar formulation are evaluated for THC and CO oxidation performance using a bench-flow reactor. Collectively, these catalysts exhibit a variety of phosphorus and soot morphologies contributing to performance deactivation.

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