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APBF-DEC: Advanced Petroleum Based Fuels—Diesel Emissions Control

US Department of Energy

The APBF-DEC is a joint program of the US Department of Energy (DOE), national laboratories, manufacturers of heavy-duty compression ignition engines, and manufacturers of emission control systems, focusing on meeting emissions standards and improving compression ignition efficiency. Continuation of the DECSE Program.
DECSE: Diesel Emission Control—Sulfur Effects Program

US Department of Energy

Joint program of the US Department of Energy (DOE), national laboratories, manufacturers of heavy-duty compression ignition engines, and manufacturers of emission control systems. Research reports are available online. Program no longer active.
CLEERS: Cross-Cut Lean Exhaust Emissions Reduction Simulations
An R&D program by US diesel engine manufacturers and national laboratories to promote development of computational tools for simulating system performance of lean-burn engines and the associated emission control systems.
DEEP: Diesel Emission Evaluation Program
Research program, sponsored by North American mining industry, evaluating technologies to reduce diesel particulate matter exposure in underground mines. Research reports are available online.
US DOE Vehicle Technologies Program

US Department of Energy

The Vehicle Technologies Program is developing more energy efficient and environmentally friendly highway transportation technologies.