Detection and Instrumental Analysis of Diesel Engine Exhaust Gas Odorants-A New Approach to an Old Problem 790489
An advanced and highly efficient analytical procedure enables the detection, quantitative determination and clarification of the category and molecular structure of those odorants, which are responsible for the exhaust gas odor from internal combustion engines.
In the forseeable future this method will give the knowledge about the formation mechanism of odorants for the development of directive measures to reduce the formation of odorants or eliminating them.
Furthermore, this procedure will help to determine which selected odorants groups should be measured to get a representative conclusion about exhaust gas odor.
Citation: Daudel, H., Fieber, M., Murthy, D., and Hardenberg, H., "Detection and Instrumental Analysis of Diesel Engine Exhaust Gas Odorants-A New Approach to an Old Problem," SAE Technical Paper 790489, 1979, https://doi.org/10.4271/790489. Download Citation
H. L. Daudel, M. J. Fieber, D. M. Murthy, H. O. Hardenberg
Daimler-Benz AG, (Stuttgart/Germany)
1979 Automotive Engineering Congress and Exposition
Combustion and combustion processes
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