The Measurement of Gaseous and Particulate Emissions from Light-Duty and Heavy-Duty Motor Vehicles Under Road Driving Conditions 880313
The methodology for the acquisition of proportional samples of vehicle engine exhaust gases is presented. The mini-CVS technique used is shown to correlate with full-scale CVS equipment. On the road data for regulated emissions of 15 cars are compared with an earlier survey. These data were obtained over a wide range of operating conditions including urban, rural and motorway drives. Gas chromatographic techniques have been applied to determine the emissions on the road of a range of non-regulated hydrocarbons i.e. aromatics, saturated and unsaturated species.
The mini-CVS technique together with a minidilution tunnel for the determination of particulate emissions from diesel engined vehicles is described and results from light-duty and heavyduty vehicles presented.
Citation: Potter, C., Bailey, J., Savage, C., Schmidl, B. et al., "The Measurement of Gaseous and Particulate Emissions from Light-Duty and Heavy-Duty Motor Vehicles Under Road Driving Conditions," SAE Technical Paper 880313, 1988, https://doi.org/10.4271/880313. Download Citation
C. J. Potter, J. C. Bailey, C. A. Savage, B. Schmidl, A. C. Simmonds, M. L. Williams
Dept of Trade & Industry Warren Spring Laboratory, UK
SAE International Congress and Exposition
The European Automotive Emissions Scene-SP-0746, SAE Transactions Journal of Fuels and Lubricants-V97-3
Particulate matter (PM)
Roads and highways
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