World Wide Engine Emission Standards and How to Meet Them

World Wide Engine Emission Standards and How to Meet Them

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A collection of papers presented at the second seminar organized by the Automobile Division of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers on the topic of worldwide engine emission standards and how to meet them.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 266 pages
  • 200 x 250mm | 712g
  • Professional Engineering Publishing
  • Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
  • 0852988478
  • 9780852988473

Table of contents

European emission standards to the year 2000, J.M. Dunne and P.J. Greening; 25 years of emissions control - its costs and benefits, H.C. Watson and H. Lu; a new method for conformity of production monitoring of motor vehicle emissions, M.S. Fendick and R.J. Rowlands; the effects of combustion chamber design on exhaust emissions from spark-ignition engines, R.L. Evans and J. Blaszczyk; a new generation of Toyota lean burn engine, J. Harada, et al; the reduction of exhaust emissions from two-stroke engines, C.E. Carson; application of the NAJI system for near NO elimination in the SI engine, Z. Kyaw and H.C. Watson; the potential of an alternative load control concept of SI engines, P.M. Ziegler and A. Konigstein; advanced gasoline combustion systems for fuel economy and emissions, C.D. deBoer, et al; optimization of factors to reduce cold-start emissions using Taguchi methods, P.J. Shayler, et al; determining fuel transfer characteristics for mixture control during transient operation, P.J. Shayler, et al; fuel economy improvement by low friction engine design, E. Fahl, et al; a brief survey of the emissions performance of passenger cars in the UK, R.J. Brisley, et al; catalytic control of diesel particulate emissions, M.J. Davies, et al; exhaust gas aftertreatment systems for diesel engines with respect to future emission legislation, P. Zelenka and P.L. Herzog; chemical non-catalytic deNox, G.E. Andrews and B.M. Gibb; light duty diesels - an update on the emissions challenge, R.W. Horrocks; on the road experience of passive diesel particulate filters using copper fueld additive, J.A. Saile, et al; control of the start of combustion in a direct injection diesel engine using an optical sensor, N. Ladommatos, et al; fuel efficient and green - the future heavy-duty diesel, J.R. Needham, et al; future diesel fuel quality - balancing requirements, K.J. Rivers, et al; the effect of fuel composition including aromatics content on emissions from a range of heavy-duty diesel engines, L.T. Cowley, et al; pressure rise delay characteristics of a high-speed DI diesel engine with high-pressure injection, K.K. Rao and D.E. Winterborne; large stationary diesel engine emissions when operating on diesel fuel - a building perspective, P.R. Danyluk.
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