An overview of particulate matter emissions from modern light duty vehicles
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Publication date: 2013-05-01
Combustion Engines 2013,153(2), 101–108
This paper presents a comparison of particle mass and number emissions from different types of vehicles with spark-ignition (SI) engines, with MPI and DI fuelling systems and compression-ignition (CI) engines with DI fuelling system with/without Diesel particles filters (DPF). The methodology of particulate mass and particle number emissions measurement with a full flow dilution tunnel for LDD engines and particulate sampling system is described. The results of measurements performed according to Euro 5/Euro 6 requirements for PC and LDV vehicles are presented, as performed on the chassis dynamometer in the Exhaust Emission Laboratory of BOSMAL Automotive Research and Development Institute (in Bielsko-Biala), Poland.