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Truck Engine Design and Emissions
- Special Publication
- ISBN 1-56091-194-8
Published November 01, 1991 by SAE International in United States
- 88 pages
Solving the problems of environmental pollution and energy dependence depends to a large extent on energetic and innovative research and open exchange of technical information. SP-891 contains the most recent research being conducted worldwide in reducing exhaust gas emissions to protect the environment. Contents include: the feeding habits of diesel engines - a review of alternate fuels for the fleet operator; real-time measurements of soot particles at the exhaust valve of a diesel engine; California's heavy-duty vehicle smoke and tampering inspection program; a comparison on heavy-duty diesel truck engine smoke opacities at high altitude and at sea level; the first transportable heavy duty vehicle emissions testing laboratory; and low-mileage evaluation of an electrically regenerable diesel particle trap