1967-02-01

Factors Influencing Vehicle Evaporative Emissions 670126

The basic factors influencing carburetor and fuel tank evaporative emissions are explored. These factors are combined in a mathematical model to predict the magnitude and composition of evaporative losses. A laboratory technique for simulating carburetor losses is also described.

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