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A Study on the Evaluation of Exhaust Emission of the Innovative Reduction Technologies Developed by NEDO's Clean Diesel Project~Comprehensive Technological Development of Innovative, Next-Generation, Low-Pollution Vehicles
Published October 07, 2009 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Autumn Conference
The innovative exhaust emission reduction systems developed by NEDO Clean Diesel Project were tested with the use of dynamometer and dilution tunnel for evaluation of exhaust emissions. Unregulated emissions such as hazardous air pollutants and number of particles were measured, mutagenicity of soluble organic fraction of particulate and toxicological effects of exhaust emissions on a human lung epithelial cell line were evaluated. As the result, unregulated emissions, particle number concentration and toxicological effects were decreased compared with conventional diesel engine exhaust emission. We conclude that the emission of innovative systems is cleaner and safer than that of conventional diesel systems.
- Toru Nakajima - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Tsuyoshi Ito - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Junichi Matsumoto - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Yoshio Tonegawa - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Seiichi Soma - Japan Automobile Research Institute
- Gen Sugiyama - Japan Automobile Research Institute