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Diesel Emission Control - Last 12 Months in Review
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published October 16, 2000 by SAE International in United States
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The key diesel emission control papers of the last 12 months have been summarized. In addition, the emerging US and European light-duty and heavy-duty tailpipe regulations are compared. Results are reported on light-duty diesel filtration regeneration systems and experiences, including effects of ash build-up and some recent modeling work. On the heavy-duty side, optimization of SCR catalysts and systems are described, as well as experiences with the first integrated SCR/filter systems, which are already achieving “Euro V” 2008 standards. An update on NOx adsorbers is also provided. The results with new NOx formulations are described, as well as the system performance in a light-duty diesel application.
|Technical Paper||Diesel Emission Control in Review – The Last 12 Months|
|Technical Paper||Cascade MPC Approach to Automotive SCR Multi-Brick Systems|
|Technical Paper||An Integrated Computational Model for the Optimisation of Monolith Catalytic Converters|
CitationJohnson, T., "Diesel Emission Control - Last 12 Months in Review," SAE Technical Paper 2000-01-2817, 2000, https://doi.org/10.4271/2000-01-2817.
- Fraenkle, G. “Zur Abgasgesetzgebung fur Nutzgahrzeug-Dieselmotoren”, Dieselmotoren Technik-98, Expert-Vertag, pp. 15-55.
- Lueders, H., et al., “Diesel Exhaust Treatment - New Approaches to Ultra Low Emission Diesel Vehicles”, SAE 1999-01-0108.
- Herzog, P., I. Mech. E. Euro IV Emission Conference, December 1997.
- Ricardo Engineering, private communication, March 2000.
- Zelenka, P., et al., “Ways to Meet Future Emission Standards with Diesel Engine Powered Sport Utility Vehicles”, SAE 2000-01-0181.
- Hawker, P., et al., “Effect of a Continuously Regenerating Diesel Particulate Filter on Non-Regulated Emissions and Particulate Size Distribution”, SAE 980189.
- See Peugeot's website, www.peugeot.com
- Salvat, O., “Passenger Car Serial Application of a Particulate Filter system on a Common Rail Direct Injection Diesel Engine”, SAE 2000-01-0473.
- Bouchez, M., et al., “Strategies for the Control of Particulate Trap Regeneration”, SAE 2000-01-0472.
- Bouchez, M., et al., “Exhaust Temperature Increase and Soot Loading Control: Key Issues for Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration”, 21 Internationales Wiener Motorsymposium, Fortschritt-Berichte VDI, May 2000, pp. 330-342.
- Ohno, K., “Characterization of SiC-DPF for Passenger Car”, SAE 2000-01-0185.
- Masoudi, M., “Predicting Pressure Drop of Wall-Flow Diesel Particulate Filters - Theory and Experiment”, SAE 2000-01-0184.
- Konstandopoulos, A., “Fundamental Studies of Diesel Particulate Filters: Transient Loading, Regeneration, and Aging”, 2000-01-1016.
- Vincent, M. W., et al., “Improved Diesel Particulate Filter Regeneration Performance Usiung Fuel Soluble Additives”, SAE 1999-01-3562.
- Richards, P. J., et al., “Operating Experience of Diesel Vehicles Equipped with Particulate Filters and Using Fuel Additive”, SAE 2000-01-0474.
- Abi-Aad, E., et al., “Reactivity and Physio-chemical Studies of Real Diesel Soot Activated (or not) with Cerium”, 5th International Congress on Catalysis and Automotive Pollution Control”, Brussels, April 2000, Proceedings paper number 23.
- Jelles, S.J., et al., “Ultra Low Dosage of Platinum and Cerium Fuel Additives in Diesel Particulate Control”, 5th International Congress on Catalysis and Automotive Pollution Control”, Brussels, April 2000, Proceedings paper number 24.
- Argonne National Labs, SAE 2000-01-0228.
- Kupe J., presentation at the DOE DEER Conference, Castine, Maine, July 1999.
- Pfeifer, A., et al., “Development Potential of the Deutz 2013 Engine with Common Rail Injection System”, Vienna Motor Show, May 2000, proceedings pp. 372-398.
- Moser, A. Z., AVL publication, June 1999.
- Leet, J. presentation at Engine Expo 2000, Hamburg, June 2000.
- Reitz, R., personal communications, September 1999.
- Diesel Emission Control Sulfur Effects, reports are currently on DOE website at http://www.ott.doe.gov/decse/.
- Allansson, R., et al., “European Experience of High Mileage Durability of Contiunuously Regenerating Diesel Particulate Filter Technology”, SAE 2000-01-0480.
- Gieshoff, J., et al., “Improved SCR Systems for Heavy Duty Applications”, SAE 2000-01-0189.
- Miller, W. R., et al., “The Development of Urea-SCR Technology for US Heavy Duty Trucks”, SAE 2000-01-0190.
- Khair, M., et al., “Achieving Heavy-Duty Diesel NOx/PM Levels Below the EPA 2002 Standards - An Integrated Approach”, SAE 2000-01-187.
- Chandler, G. R., “An Integrated SCR and Continuously Regenerating Trap System to Meet Future NOx and PM Legislation”, SAE 2000-01-0188.
- Brown, K. F., et al., “Opportunity for Diesel Emission Reductions Using Advanced Catalysts and Water Blend Fuel”, SAE 2000-01-0182.
- Personal communications, May 2000.
- SAE 2000-01-1175
- Penetrante, B., et al., “Sulfur Tolerance of Selective Partial Oxidation of NO to NO2 in a Plasma”, SAE 1999-01-3687.
- van der Steen, et al., “Technical and Economical Assessment of Diesel and Gas Engine Techology for EEVs”, SAE 2000-01-1196
- Asunuma, T., et al., “Influence of Sulfur Concentration inGasoline on NOx Storage-Reduction Catalyst”, SAE 1999-01-3501
- Ohno, H., “NOx Conversion Properties of a Mixed Oxide Type Lean NOx Catalyst”, SAE 2000-01-1197
- Deeba, M., et al., “Design Criteria of a Catalyst Substrate for NOx-Adsorber Function”, SAE 2000-01-0504
- Asik, J. R, et al., “Lean NOx Trap Desulfation Through Rapid Air Fuel Modulation”, SAE 2000-01-1200.
- Cartus, T., et al. “The Clean and Efficient HSDI-Diesel Using NOx Adsorber Technology”, 2000 Vienna Motor Show Proceedings, pp. 241-264.
- Khalek, I. A., et al., “Nanoparticle Growth During Dilution and Cooling of Diesel Exhaust: Experimental Investigation and Theoretical Assessment:, SAE 2000-01-0515.
- Lepperhof, G., et al., 5th International Congress on Catalysis and Automotive Pollution Control, Brussels, April 2000, Proceedings paper number 25.
- Lapuerta,, et al., SAE 1999-01-3531.
- Zhang, H., et al., “Integration of the Smart NOx Sensor in the Exhaust Line of a Gasoline High Pressure Direct Injection System”, 2000 Vienna Motor Show Proceedings, pp. 288-310.