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2017-03-28
Author(s): Konstandopoulos, A., Zarvalis, D., Chasapidis, L., Deloglou, D. et al.
Abstract Evolving marine diesel emission regulations drive significant reductions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions. There is, therefore, considerable interest to develop and validate Selective Cataly....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Ottinger, N., Xi, Y., Keturakis, C., and Liu, Z.
Abstract Low-temperature (T ≤ 200°C) NOx conversion is receiving increasing research attention due to continued potential reductions in regulated NOx emissions from diesel engines. At these temperatur....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Dietrich, M., Steiner, C., Hagen, G., and Moos, R.
Abstract The radio-frequency (RF) or microwave-based catalyst state determination offers the opportunity to operate an automotive catalyst at its optimal point. This has already been proven for the ox....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Ando, R., Hihara, T., Banno, Y., Nagata, M. et al.
Abstract Modern diesel emission control systems often use Urea Selective Catalytic Reduction (Urea-SCR) for NOx control. One of the most active SCR catalysts is based on Cu-zeolite, specifically Cu-Ch....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Hendrickson, C., Upadhyay, D., and Van Nieuwstadt, M.
Abstract Over the past decade urea-based selective catalytic reduction (SCR) has become a leading aftertreatment solution to meet increasingly stringent Nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions requirements in ....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Theis, J. and Lambert, C.
Abstract Model low temperature NOx adsorbers (LTNA) consisting of Pd on a ceria/zirconia washcoat on monoliths were evaluated for low temperature NOx storage under lean conditions to assess their pote....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Yang, L., Sukumar, B., Naseri, M., Markatou, P. et al.
Abstract Future emissions regulations proposed for the Asian automotive industry (BS VI regulations for India and NS VI regulations for China) are strict and similar to EU VI regulations. As a result,....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): De Abreu Goes, J., Olsson, L., Berggrund, M., Kristoffersson, A. et al.
Abstract Even though substantial improvements have been made for the lean NOx trap (LNT) catalyst in recent years, the durability still remains problematic because of the sulfur poisoning and sinterin....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Kumar, A., Kamasamudram, K., Currier, N., and Yezerets, A.
Abstract Copper- and Iron- based metal-zeolite SCR catalysts are widely used in US and European diesel aftertreatment systems to achieve drastic reduction in NOx emission. These catalysts are highly s....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Hommen, G., Kupper, F., and Seykens, X.
Abstract This article describes a NOx sensor based urea dosing control strategy for heavy-duty diesel aftertreatment systems using Selective Catalytic Reduction. The dosing control strategy comprises ....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Culbertson, D., Pradun, J., Khair, M., and Diestelmeier, J.
Abstract Tightening regulations throughout the world demand a reduction in fuel consumption and NOX emission levels, creating an increasing need for additional heat for SCR aftertreatment. A durable a....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Krejza, P., Pekar, J., Figura, J., Lansky, L. et al.
Abstract The paper provides an overview of a developed methodology and a toolchain for modeling and control of a complex aftertreatment system for passenger cars. The primary objective of this work is....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Boerensen, C., Roemer, D., Nederlof, C., Smirnov, E. et al.
Abstract The most significant challenge in emission control for compression ignited internal combustion engines is the suppression of NOx. In the US, NOx-levels have faced a progressive reduction for ....
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