Urban Driving Cycle Results of Retrofitted Diesel Oxidation Catalysts on Heavy Duty Vehicles: One Year Later 970186
This updated paper presents chassis dynamometer emissions testing of various heavy duty vehicles with and without retrofitted diesel oxidation catalyst technology. Analysis is provided into both the vehicle emissions baselines and emissions with retrofitted catalyst technology over the New York Composite and Central Business District cycles. The vehicles studied include four urban buses, two school buses and four heavy duty trucks. Some of these vehicles in this study have been followed for up to two years. The paper will discuss in-use heavy duty vehicle emissions issues and the use of diesel oxidation catalyst technologies.
Citation: Brown, K., Rideout, G., and Turner, J., "Urban Driving Cycle Results of Retrofitted Diesel Oxidation Catalysts on Heavy Duty Vehicles: One Year Later," SAE Technical Paper 970186, 1997, https://doi.org/10.4271/970186. Download Citation
Kevin F. Brown, Greg R. Rideout, Jeffery E. Turner
Engine Control Systems Ltd., Environment Canada, Ontario Ministry of Transportation
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Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment 1997-SP-1227, SAE 1997 Transactions - Journal of Engines-V106-3