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22.03.2017

Predicting Pressure Drop, Temperature, and Particulate Matter Distribution of a Catalyzed Diesel Particulate Filter Using a Multi-Zone Model Including Cake Permeability

A multi-zone particulate filter (MPF) model was developed to predict pressure drop and PM oxidation of a catalyzed diesel particulate filter (CPF). The MPF model builds upon our previous work (Mahadevan et al., J Emiss Control Sci Technol …

09.03.2017

Particle and VOC Emissions from Stoichiometric Gasoline Direct Injection Vehicles and Correlation Between Particle Number and Mass Emissions

Particle number (PN) emissions from the following types of passenger cars were compared: normal gasoline direct injection (DI), gasoline DI combined with downsized turbocharged technology, gasoline DI with hybrid technology, gasoline multi-point …

27.01.2017

Impact of Zeolite Beta on Hydrocarbon Trapping and Light-Off Behavior on Pt/Pd/BEA/Al2O3 Monolith Catalysts

The impact of large-pore zeolite beta (BEA) on the performance of model monolithic Pt/Pd/Al2O3 diesel oxidation catalyst is investigated in terms of hydrocarbon (HC) storage capacity, light-off, and oxidation. Dodecane (C12) is employed as the …

23.12.2016

Natural Gas Engine Emission Reduction by Catalysts

In order to meet stringent emission limits, after-treatment systems are increasingly utilized in natural gas engine applications. In this work, two catalyst systems were studied in order to clarify how the catalysts affect, e.g. hydrocarbons, NO x …

06.12.2016

Urea-Water-Solution Properties: Density, Viscosity, and Surface Tension in an Under-Saturated Solution

A temperature-concentration dependent surface fit for the relative viscosity of a urea-water-solution (UWS) is calculated based on experimental and literature data. For the surface fit, a 2D Lorentzian function was used, where the x-axis was …

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Emission Control Science and Technology is a forum for publication of the latest research on control of emissions from mobile and stationary sources. Papers are also welcome on various aspects of development and technology. The investigation may be experimental, theoretical, or computational.

Articles must survive rigorous peer review before they are considered for publication. Examples of topics that may appear in the journal include:

  • Emission control in mobile (road, land, sea, air) and stationary (e.g. power generation, industrial processes) applications.
  • Materials for and formulations of novel substrates and catalysts, such as those used in Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC), Three Way Catalysts (TWC), Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF), Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), Lean NOx Trap (LNT), combined catalysts (e.g. DPF+SCR or DPF+LNT in one substrate), slip catalysts, or reformer catalysts.
  • Performance of emission control system components such as sensors, injectors for fuel and reducing species, exhaust inserts and mixers, etc.
  • Effects of operational parameters (e.g. flow, temperature, species concentration) and design approaches (sizing, layout, insulation, etc) on regulated and unregulated emissions and emission control system efficiency and performance.
  • Basic and applied research on specific components (e.g. nanoparticles, N2O and other non-regulated pollutants) of emissions and their mitigation.
    System considerations such as engine-out to tailpipe efficiency, optimization, PGM management, and formation of secondary species.
  • Engines, combustion, fuels, or lubricants as they would affect emission reduction technologies or post combustion processes.
  • Testing, durability and compliance such as cycles, certification, aging, NVH, in-field (on-vehicle) performance and analysis, and in-use compliance.
    Analysis of current and future emission regulations (including those in the developing world).
  • Biological and environmental effects of emission control technologies.
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