1997-11-17

Technologies and Costs for On-Road Heavy-Duty Engines Meeting 2004 Emissions Standards 973256

Technologies and incremental costs for meeting the proposed 2004 US emissions standards for heavy-duty diesel engines are discussed in this paper. Manufacturers will most likely use a combination of technologies including reoptimized combustion chambers, fuel systems, air handling systems, electronic controls and aftertreatment. First year production incremental costs are estimated to range from between $257 and $467 to meet the new standards.

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