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Emulsified Biodiesel Fuel Effects on Regulated Emissions

P. Grimes, W. Hagstrand, A. Psaila, J. Seth, J. Waldron
Alternative Petroleum Technologies

Economics of Emission Reduction For Heavy Duty Trucks

Ravi Krishnan , Krishnan & Associates Inc.
T.J. Tarabulski , Combustion Components Associates

Particle Emissions From a EU 3 Heavy-duty Diesel Engine with Catalyst-based Diesel Particle Filter and Selective Catalytic Reduction System: Size, Number, Mass & Chemistry

Jon D Andersson1, Carl A Jemma1, Dirk Bosteels2, Robert A Searles2
1 Ricardo Consulting Engineers, Shoreham-by-Sea (UK)
2 Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst (AECC), Brussels (BE)

Nanoparticle Emissions from Particle Filter-Equipped Diesel Car

Jan Czerwinski , University of Applied Sciences Biel
Markus Kasper , Matter Engineering AG

Diesel Emissions Reference List: Health Effects, Measurement and Control

Win Watts , Erin E. Ische
University of Minnesota, Center for Diesel Research

Filter List: Verified Particulate Trap Systems for Diesel Engines

VERT filter recommendation supported by Swiss BUWAL and SUVA
Version: 1 October 2000

Impact on H-D Vehicle Emissions of Three Diesel Fuels with Varying Temperature of 95% Distilled

Kerstin Grägg
MTC report #6923, September 2000
MTC AB

New Engine and Pollution Control Technology

Lars Eriksson
MTC report #6901, March 2000
MTC AB

Particle Emissions from two HD Vehicles Fueled with RME and Biogas

Claes de Serves
MTC report #6809B, November 1999
MTC AB

Eolys Fuel-Borne Catalyst for diesel particulates abatement: a key component of an integrated system

Jacques Lemaire
Rhodia Terres Rares

Verified Particulate Trap Systems for Diesel Engines: "Filter List"
EnglishGermanFrench

VERT filter recommendation officially supported by BUWAL (Swiss EPA) and by SUVA (Swiss occupational health agency)
Version: 1 August 1999

Effectiveness of Particulate Traps on Construction Site Engines: VERT Final Measurements

A. Mayer (TTM), U. Matter (ETHZ), J. Czerwinski (AFHB), N.Heeb (EMPA)

Selection Criteria For Diesel Particulate Trap Systems: Vert Experience

Andreas Mayer
TTM

Available particulate trap systems for diesel engines

VERT: Suva, AUVA, TBG, BUWAL
Report TTM W04/4/98, Version 5, 22.10.98

VERT: Curtailing Emissions of Diesel Engines in Tunnel Sites

Andreas Mayer
TTM

NOx Adsorbers for Diesel Applications: General Considerations and Operational Issues

Owen H. Bailey
ASEC Manufacturing

Diesel Exhaust: A Critical Analysis of Emissions, Exposure, and Health Effects

Kathleen Nauss
Health Effects Institute

Biodiesel Use in Underground Metal and Non-metal Mines

Steve Howell and J. Alan Weber
MARC-IV, LLC, Consulting