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Effects of Gasoline Property on Exhaust Emission
Published October 20, 1998 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Autumn Conference
The effects of aromatics and sulfur contents in gasoline on exhaust emission were investigated in two vehicles equipped three- way catalyst. Japanese 11 mode and 10 . 15 mode exhaust emission tests were carried out. CO, HC, and NOx emissions were increased with increasing aromatics contents. The exhaust emissions were estimated with the modal analysis of continuous measurement. Addition of sulfur compound to the regular gasoline increased CO, THC, and NOx emissions.