1970-02-01

Standard Smoke Measurement Method 700250

Air pollution control will reach the same level of research effort aircraft noise control has reached within the next several years. To determine progress towards reduction of pollution emission, meaningful standardized measurement methods must be employed to insure that data from various measures are correlateable quantitatively. This paper summarizes the activities of the SAE E-31 Committee of Aircraft Exhaust Emission Measurement in developing a standardized method for measurement of smoke emission from aircraft engines.

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