Influence of time-alignment on the calculation of mass emissions on a chassis rolls dynamometer
Hawley, J. G., Cox, A., Brace, C. J., Ketcher, D. and Stark, R., 2003. Influence of time-alignment on the calculation of mass emissions on a chassis rolls dynamometer. In: SAE World Congress & Exhibition, 2008-04-01, Detroit, MI.
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Time-alignment sensitivity studies have been carried out to assess the accuracy of instantaneous mass NOx emissions on a chassis rolls dynamometer. The work is part of a larger project aimed at measuring passive NOx catalyst conversion efficiencies. Instantaneous NOx emissions are examined in relation to the NEDC vehicle speed trace at multi-sampling points, and phase and time alignment issues are highlighted and discussed. It has been found that a small mismatch of the vehicle speed trace to the instantaneous mass of emissions of \mP2 seconds can lead to results indicating that the conversion efficiency is anywhere between 0-20%. Finally, examples are presented showing the difficulties of attempting to adjust the time alignment of raw emissions data.
|Item Type||Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)|
|Creators||Hawley, J. G., Cox, A., Brace, C. J., Ketcher, D. and Stark, R.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
Faculty of Engineering & Design
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