Advanced Three-way Catalysts
- Progress In Technology
- ISBN 978-0-7680-1704-5
- 606 pages
The 51 SAE technical papers included in this volume touch on all aspects of the significant systems engineering effort that has occurred within the broad automobile catalytic emission control technology base during the past fifteen years. Dr. Joseph Kubsh, Deputy Director of the Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association, hand-selected the publications for this volume from hundreds of technical papers published by SAE that address catalytic emission control technologies for light-duty gasoline vehicles. These papers include efforts to improve the performance, durability, and cost effectiveness of the catalytic converter systems used on gasoline stoichiometric engines and the integration of these three-way catalysts into sophisticated powertrains capable of operating at near-zero tailpipe emission levels. They provide a retrospective look at the evolution of the key technology developments that have occurred on automotive three-way catalysts since the early 1990s from research and development laboratories worldwide.
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