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Estimate of Emission Coefficients From Vehicles in Israel
Published June 02, 1998 by ISATA - Dusseldorf Trade Fair in United Kingdom
Event: ISATA 1998
The paper presents the results of a research project aimed at estimating emission coefficients from passenger cars in Israel. The results were obtained by measurements of pollutants concentration in three driving modes: at idle, while driving in city center and at constant vehicle speeds typical of inter-urban and suburban driving. The measurements were carried out by conventional methods using gas analyzers and chemical procedures and also by employing remote sensing equipment. Based on these results, an initial estimate has been made of emission coefficients representative of the three driving modes. A combined emission coefficient is suggested and has been compiled describing general pattern of emissions from a vehicle per distance traveled.