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2011-04-12

New Particulate Filter Concept to Reduce Particle Number Emissions 2011-01-0814

Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engines achieve better fuel economy but have the drawback of increased Particulate Matter (PM) emissions. As known from diesel engine applications particulate filters are an effective PM reduction device which is expected to be effective for reduction of particulates emitted by GDI engines as well. For this investigation new filter concepts especially designed for GDI applications are proposed. Filtration efficiency, pressure drop and regeneration performance were verified by cold flow bench and engine and chassis dynamometer testing. The experimental data were used to discuss the validity of these new filter design concepts.

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