Evaluation of a FTIR emission measurement system for legislated emissions using a SI car
Li, H., Ropkins, K., Andrews, G. E., Daham, B., Bell, M., Tate, J. and Hawley, G., 2006. Evaluation of a FTIR emission measurement system for legislated emissions using a SI car. SAE International.
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A series of chassis dynamometer test trials were conducted to assess the performance of a Fourier Transform Infra Red (FTIR) system developed for on-road vehicle exhaust emissions measurements. Trials used a EURO 1 emission compliant SI passenger car which, alongside the FTIR, was instrumented to allow the routine logging of engine speed, road speed, throttle position, air-fuel ratio, air flow and fuel flow in addition to engine, exhaust and catalyst temperatures. The chassis dynamometer facility incorporated an ‘industry standard’ measurement system comprising MEXA7400 gas analyzer and CVS bag sampling which was the ‘benchmark’ for the evaluation of FTIR legislated gas-phase emissions (CO, NOx, THC and CO2) measurements.
|Creators||Li, H., Ropkins, K., Andrews, G. E., Daham, B., Bell, M., Tate, J. and Hawley, G.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design|
Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering
|Additional Information||Resented at Powertrain & Fluid Systems Conference and Exhibition, 16 October 2006, Toronto, Canada|
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