Combustion & Emission Control for SI Engines
- Progress In Technology
- 693 pages
Emission and fuel economy regulations and standards are compelling manufacturers to build ultra-low emission vehicles. As a result, engineers must develop spark-ignition engines with integrated emission control systems that use reformulated low-sulfur fuel. Combustion & Emission Control for SI Engines: Modeling and Experimental Studies is a collection of SAE technical papers that covers advanced emission measurements, combustion, exhaust after- treatment systems, fuel and lubricant effects on emissions, modeling of in-cylinder processes, and particle control and measurement.
All papers contained in this book were selected by an accomplished expert as the best in the field; reprinted in their entirety, they present a pathway to integrated emission control systems that meet 2004-2009 EPA standards for light-duty vehicles.
|Progress In Technology||Emission Control and Fuel Economy for Port and Direct Injected SI Engines|
|Progress In Technology||SI Engine Emissions|
|Book||Reduced Emissions and Fuel Consumption in Automobile Engines|