||Assessment of the applicability of automotive emission control technology to stationary engines /
Roessler, W. U. ;
Muraszew, A. ;
Kopa., R. D.
||Aerospace Corp., El Segundo, Calif. Urban Programs Div.;National Environmental Research Center, Research Triangle Park, N.C. Control Systems Lab.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development,
||EPA/650-2-74-051; ATR-74(7421)-1; EPA-R-802270; EPA-ROAP-21ADG-084
Stationary engines ;
Fuel consumption ;
Performance evaluation ;
Gas trubine engines ;
Diesel engines ;
Spark ignition engines ;
Exhaust gases ;
Air pollution control equipment ;
Nitrogen oxides ;
Cost estimates ;
Fuel injectors ;
Ignition time ;
Combustion chambers ;
Air pollution control ;
Diesel exhaust ;
Exhaust gas recirculation systems ;
Catalytic reactors(Exhaust systems) ;
Engine modification ;
Water injection ;
Thermal reactors(Exhaust systems)
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||1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations, graphs ; 28 cm
The report presents a compilation, evaluation, and assessment of available information pertaining to the applicability of automotive emission-control technology to stationary diesel, spark ignition, and gas turbine engines, both in retrofitting current engines and application to new engines. Stationary engine characteristics and the various engine design approaches, applications, emissions, and specific fuel consumption are discussed. A section discusses the effectiveness of all known emission-control techniques/devices considered by the automotive industry in their efforts to meet current and future emission control standards. Emission control approaches identified are evaluated with respect to performance and economics. The report identifies areas where further research and development efforts are needed to bridge existing data gaps and provide the technical information required for a more comprehensive assessment of the cost effectiveness of various emission control approaches. Summary tables list the installed horsepower of all stationary diesel, spark ignition and gas turbine engines, and organizations which contributed to this study.
"EPA/650-2-74-051." "July 1974." "Grant no. R-802270; ROAP no. 21ADG-84; program element no. 1AB014." "EPA project officer: John H. Wasser."