Fast Exhaust Gas Probe for Multicomponent Analysis: Scientific/Technical Principle 930083
A new analytical method for the automobile industry has been developed using a pulsed tunable laser system and a Reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometer. The goal was to achieve the following conditions: High time resolution (〈100ms), high sensitivity (down to 1 ppm), high accuracy (10%) and applicability to most exhaust emission components. The main problem is the large number of components with very different and fast varying concentrations. For a preliminary list of 25 exhaust emission components, all necessary parameters have been determined. First results obtained from a real exhaust gas sample will be presented.
Citation: Boesl, U., Weickhardt, C., Zimmermann, R., Schmidt, S. et al., "Fast Exhaust Gas Probe for Multicomponent Analysis: Scientific/Technical Principle," SAE Technical Paper 930083, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/930083. Download Citation
Ulrich Boesl, Christian Weickhardt, Ralf Zimmermann, Stefan Schmidt, Holger Nagel
Technical University of Munich
International Congress & Exposition
U.S. and European Automotive Emissions Technology-SP-0957, SAE 1993 Transactions: Journal of Fuels & Lubricants-V102-4
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