Economical Matching of the Thermal Reactor to Small Engine-Low Emission Concept Vehicles 720484
The Inter-Industry Emission Control (IIEC) Program included the thermal reactor as one of the effective ways of oxidizing HC and CO in the exhaust system. However, this was accompanied by very substantial fuel economy penalties, especially in the case of small engine-low emission concept vehicles.
Starting with a new concept aimed at obtaining the HC/CO oxidizing trigger temperature in the thermal reactor by modifying engine settings, the authors arrived at an economical technique of matching the thermal reactor to the engine.
Citation: Kuroda, H., Nakajima, Y., Hayashi, Y., and Sugihara, K., "Economical Matching of the Thermal Reactor to Small Engine-Low Emission Concept Vehicles," SAE Technical Paper 720484, 1972, https://doi.org/10.4271/720484. Download Citation
H. Kuroda, Y. Nakajima, Y. Hayashi, K. Sugihara
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
National Automobile Engineering Meeting
SAE 1972 Transactions-V81-A
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