||Air toxic emissions from on-road vehicles in MOVES2014 /
||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Transportation and Air Quality.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
Automobiles--Motors--Exhaust gas--United States. ;
Air toxic emissions ;
On-road vehicles ;
Toxic compounds ;
Highway vehicles ;
Ethanol blends ;
Diesel exhaust emissions ;
Crankcase emission rates ;
NEI(National Emission Inventory)
||PDF file on file
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||1 online resource ( pages) : tables
Through MOVES, users can estimate inventories for selected compounds identified as air toxics in the National Emission Inventory (NEI) and National Air Toxics Assessment (NATA), and for which adequate data are available to develop emissions estimates. This document describes the data and methods used to estimate emissions of toxic compounds emitted from highway vehicles in the MOVES2014 database and model. The current release of the MOVES database (MOVES2014) includes substantial updates to inputs and structures used to estimate emissions of air toxics, incorporating data from recent programs conducted on new vehicles employing current technologies. It also includes the capability to estimate emissions for ethanol blends containing more than 10% ethanol, including E15, E20, and E85 (70-100% ethanol).
Title from PDF title screen (viewed on June 7, 2016). Supersedes EPA 420-R-14-021. "EPA-420-R-15-021." "November 2015." Includes bibliographical references.