Record Display for the EPA National Library CatalogRECORD NUMBER: 29 OF 32
|Main Title||Study of Automobile Exhaust Emissions in Consumer-Owned Vehicles, National Surveillance Program, 1970-Model Vehicles.|
|CORP Author||Olson Labs., Inc., Dearborn, Mich.;Environmental Protection Agency, Ann Arbor, Mich. Office of Air Programs.|
|Stock Number||PB-258 607|
|Additional Subjects||Exhaust emissions ; Automobiles ; Tests ; Missouri ; Texas ; California ; Michigan ; Colorado ; District of Columbia ; Hydrocarbons ; Carbon monoxide ; Nitrogen oxides ; Elevation ; Tables(Data) ; Air pollution standards ; Kansas City(Missouri) ; Houston(Texas) ; Los Angeles(California) ; Detroit(Michigan) ; Denver(Colorado) ; Motor vehicles(1970 models)|
Exhaust emission tests are reported on 2101 typical consumer-owned 1970 model production light-duty vehicles. The vehicles were procured and tested in six different metropolitan areas; Kansas City, Houston, Los Angeles, Detroit, Denver, and Washington, D.C. The total number of vehicles from each manufacturer (AMC, Chrysler, Ford, GM, and Volkswagen) was proportioned to represent the manufacturer's portion of the total production for 1970. For each manufacturer, combinations of engine size and transmission type were proportioned according to sales as closely as possible. Each vehicle was tested after accumulating at least 4000 miles, using the standard Federal 7-mode, 7-cycle Cold Start test procedure, and the Clayton KEY MODE test procedure. Average vehicle mileage was 10601.