Harmful exhaust components and particles mass and number emission during the actual drive of a passenger car in accordance with the RDE procedure
 
More details
Hide details
1
Faculty of Transport Engineering, Poznan University of Technology.
2
ODIUT Automex sp. z o.o.,
3
WSB Gdańsk.
Publication date: 2019-07-01
 
Combustion Engines 2019,178(3), 198–202
 
KEYWORDS
ABSTRACT
The article presents toxic exhaust components emission measurement results as well as solid particles mass and number. The test involved a direct gasoline injection engine, in which special attention should be paid to the particulates number emission. Small diameters of nanoparticles make them particularly dangerous to human health. Nowadays, vehicle engines are constantly improved and modernized as a result of the need to meet existing exhaust gas emission standards. One of the few ways to determine the actual content of toxic and harmful compounds in the exhaust gases is the RDE (Real Driving Emissions) procedure, the requirements of which apply from 2016 for new vehicles, and from 2019 will apply to all registered passenger cars. The RDE procedure does not replace the WLTP (World Light-Duty Vehicle Test Procedure), but complements it. The tests on the dynamometer are separated from external conditions such as traffic volume or congestion and are not a sufficient indicator of emissions in real traffic conditions.
 
REFERENCES (6)
1.
AIKAWA, K., JETTER, J.J. Impact of gasoline composition on particulate matter emissions from a direct-injection gasoline engine. Applicability of the particulate matter index. Int. J. Engine Res. 2014, 15, 298-306.
 
2.
FUĆ, P., SOKOLNICKA, B., SZYMLET, N., SIEDLECKI, M. Analiza emisji węglowodorów z pojazdu z bezpośrednim wtryskiem benzyny w rzeczywistych warunkach ruchu. Bezpieczeństwo i ekologia, Autobusy. 2017, 12.
 
3.
MERKISZ, J., PIELECHA, J., LIJEWSKI, P. et al. Exhaust emissions from vehicles in real traffic conditions in the Poznan agglomeration. WIT Transactions on Ecology and the Environment. 2013, 174, 27-38.
 
4.
MERKISZ, J., PIELECHA, J., NOWAK, M. Emisja zanieczyszczeń z pojazdów w rzeczywistych warunkach ruchu na przykładzie aglomeracji poznańskiej. Postępy Nauki i Techniki. 2012, 15.
 
5.
MUÑOZ, M., HAAG, R., HONEGGER, P. et al. Coformation and co-release of genotoxic PAHs, alkyl-PAHs and soot nanoparticles from gasoline direct injection vehicles. Athmospheric Environment. 2018, 178, 242-254.
 
6.
SIEDLECKI, M., GALANT, M., RYMANIAK, Ł., ZIÓŁKOWSKI, A. Badania emisji zanieczyszczeń pojazdu wyposażonego w silnik z bezpośrednim wtryskiem benzyny w rzeczywistych warunkach eksploatacji. Bezpieczeństwo i ekologia, Autobusy. 2017, 12.
 
eISSN:2658-1442
ISSN:2300-9896