PM Concentration and Size Distributions from a Heavy-duty Diesel Engine Programmed with Different Engine-out Calibrations to Meet the 2010 Emission Limits 2009-01-1183
The temporary deactivation of the selective catalytic reduction (SCR) device due to malfunction requires the engine control to engage multiple engine-out calibrations. Further, it is expected that emitted particles will be different in composition, size and morphology when an engine, which meets the 2010 particulate matter (PM) gravimetric limits, is programmed with multiple maps. This study investigated the correlation between SCR-out/engine-out PM emissions from an 11-liter Volvo engine. Measurement of PM concentrations and size distributions were conducted under steady state and transient cycles. Ion Chromatograph analysis on gravimetric filters at the SCR-out has revealed the presence of sulfates. Two different PM size-distributions were generated over a single engine test mode in the accumulation mode region with the aid of a design of experiment (DOE) tool. The SCR-out PM size distributions were found to correlate with the two engine-out distributions.
Citation: Ardanese, R., Ardanese, M., Besch, M., Adams, T. et al., "PM Concentration and Size Distributions from a Heavy-duty Diesel Engine Programmed with Different Engine-out Calibrations to Meet the 2010 Emission Limits," SAE Technical Paper 2009-01-1183, 2009, https://doi.org/10.4271/2009-01-1183. Download Citation
Raffaello Ardanese, Michelangelo Ardanese, Marc C. Besch, Theodore R. Adams, Arvind Thiruvengadam, Benjamin C. Shade, Mridul Gautam, Adewale Oshinuga, Matt Miyasato
West Virginia University, South Coast Air Quality Management District