Particulate emissions of heavy duty vehicles with different engine and after treatment technologies and alternative fuels

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Abstract

The emission legislation is a driving force of vehicle industry in terms of reducing exhaust gas emissions. To meet the tightening emission limits there is need to develop engine technology to decrease engine out emissions as well as a need to use different type of exhaust gas aftertreatment devices. Particulate emissions are one of the main concerns especially with diesel powered vehicles. At the same time with the tightening emission legislation there is a clear demand on decreasing greenhouse gas emissions of traffic. The use of renewable fuels instead of fossil fuels is one possible way to reduce traffic related CO2 emissions. At VTT's engine and vehicle laboratory there have been several projects and research programs to define the emissions of heavy duty vehicles using different aftertreatment systems and alternative fuels and the some of the main findings about the particulate emissions will be presented.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationNOSA & FAAR 2011 Conference Proceedings
Place of PublicationTampere
PublisherTampere University of Technology
Publication statusPublished - 2011
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventNOSA & FAAR Nordic symposium on aerosol sciences, NOSA 2011 - Tietotalo, Tampere, Finland
Duration: 9 Nov 201111 Nov 2011

Conference

ConferenceNOSA & FAAR Nordic symposium on aerosol sciences, NOSA 2011
Abbreviated titleNOSA 2011
CountryFinland
CityTampere
Period9/11/1111/11/11
OtherSymposium is organized by Aerosol physics laboratory at TUT, The Finnish Association for Aerosol Research FAAR and the Nordic Society for Aerosol Research NOSA.

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Particulate emissions
Alternative fuels
Engines
Exhaust gases
Gas emissions
Fossil fuels
Greenhouse gases
Industry

Keywords

  • Diesel
  • emission
  • fuel
  • heavy-duty

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Murtonen, T., Erkkilä, K., & Aakko-Saksa, P. (2011). Particulate emissions of heavy duty vehicles with different engine and after treatment technologies and alternative fuels. In NOSA & FAAR 2011 Conference Proceedings [64] Tampere: Tampere University of Technology.
Murtonen, Timo ; Erkkilä, Kimmo ; Aakko-Saksa, Päivi. / Particulate emissions of heavy duty vehicles with different engine and after treatment technologies and alternative fuels. NOSA & FAAR 2011 Conference Proceedings. Tampere : Tampere University of Technology, 2011.
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Murtonen, T, Erkkilä, K & Aakko-Saksa, P 2011, Particulate emissions of heavy duty vehicles with different engine and after treatment technologies and alternative fuels. in NOSA & FAAR 2011 Conference Proceedings., 64, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, NOSA & FAAR Nordic symposium on aerosol sciences, NOSA 2011, Tampere, Finland, 9/11/11.

Particulate emissions of heavy duty vehicles with different engine and after treatment technologies and alternative fuels. / Murtonen, Timo; Erkkilä, Kimmo; Aakko-Saksa, Päivi.

NOSA & FAAR 2011 Conference Proceedings. Tampere : Tampere University of Technology, 2011. 64.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientific

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Murtonen T, Erkkilä K, Aakko-Saksa P. Particulate emissions of heavy duty vehicles with different engine and after treatment technologies and alternative fuels. In NOSA & FAAR 2011 Conference Proceedings. Tampere: Tampere University of Technology. 2011. 64