1968-02-01

Emissions from a Gas Turbine Automobile 680402

Exhaust emissions were measured from a Chrysler gas turbine automobile operating on the road and on the dynamometer. Two different fuels were used, and tests were made after both hot and cold starts. Exhaust emissions, measured both as mass and as concentration, were considerably lower than those from a conventional automobile. Composition of the hydrocarbon emissions generally reflected the structure of the fuel being burned.

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