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Comparison of the Acute Exposure Effect on Small Laboratory Animals Between the Emissions From the Urea SCR Diesel Engine System and Those of the Conventional Diesel Engine System~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 emissions from the urea SCR diesel engine system were compared with those of the conventional diesel engine system by the short-term inhalation exposure experiments using small laboratory animals (Fischer 344 rats). As the result, it seemed to reduce approximately the acute exposure effect of the emissions from the urea SCR diesel engine system, because those of the urea SCR diesel engine system showed the slight change in many evaluation items in comparison with those of the conventional diesel engine system.