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Detailed Diesel Exhaust Particulate Characterization and DPF Regeneration Behavior Measurements for Two Different Regeneration Systems
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published April 16, 2007 by SAE International in United States
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Three distinct types of diesel particulate matter (PM) are generated in selected engine operating conditions of a single-cylinder heavy-duty diesel engine. The three types of PM are trapped using typical Cordierite diesel particulate filters (DPF) with different washcoat formulations and a commercial Silicon-Carbide DPF. Two systems, an external electric furnace and an in-situ burner, were used for regeneration. Furnace regeneration experiments allow the collected PM to be classified into two categories depending on oxidation mechanism: PM that is affected by the catalyst and PM that is oxidized by a purely thermal mechanism. The two PM categories prove to contribute differently to pressure drop and transient filtration efficiency during in-situ regeneration.
- Niklas Schmidt - University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Thatcher Root - University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Ekathai Wirojsakunchai - University of Wisconsin - Engine Research Center
- Eric Schroeder - University of Wisconsin - Engine Research Center
- Christopher Kolodziej - University of Wisconsin - Engine Research Center
- David E. Foster - University of Wisconsin - Engine Research Center
- Toshiyuki Suga - Honda R&D Corp.
- Terunao Kawai - NTSEL
CitationSchmidt, N., Root, T., Wirojsakunchai, E., Schroeder, E. et al., "Detailed Diesel Exhaust Particulate Characterization and DPF Regeneration Behavior Measurements for Two Different Regeneration Systems," SAE Technical Paper 2007-01-1063, 2007, https://doi.org/10.4271/2007-01-1063.
Diesel Exhaust Emission Control, 2007
Number: SP-2080; Published: 2007-04-16
Number: SP-2080; Published: 2007-04-16
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