A Correlation Study Between Two Heavy-Duty Vehicle Chassis Dynamometer Emissions Testing Facilities 931788
A correlation study of vehicle exhaust emissions measurements was conducted by the West Virginia University (WVU) Transportable Heavy-Duty Vehicle Emissions Testing Laboratory and the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Emissions Testing Facility. A diesel fueled transit bus was tested by both chassis dynamometer emissions testing laboratories. Exhaust emissions were sampled from the tested vehicle during the operation of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Central Business District (CBD) testing cycle. Data of gaseous and particulate matter emissions was obtained at each testing laboratory. The emissions results were compared to evaluate the effects of different equipment, test procedures, and drivers on the measurements of exhaust emissions of heavy-duty vehicles operated on a chassis dynamometer.
Citation: Katragadda, S., Bata, R., Wang, W., Gautam, M. et al., "A Correlation Study Between Two Heavy-Duty Vehicle Chassis Dynamometer Emissions Testing Facilities," SAE Technical Paper 931788, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/931788. Download Citation
S. Katragadda, R. Bata, W. G. Wang, M. Gautam, N. Clark, D. Lyons, G. M. Palmer, S. Stanley, L. Dunlap, V. Pellegrin, R. Wilson, H. Porter
West Virginia Univ., Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority