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Main Title Diesel Particulate Measurement Research, 2007. Phase 3, Final Report.
Author Khalek, I. A. ;
CORP Author Southwest Research Inst., San Antonio, TX.;Coordinating Research Council, Inc., Alpharetta, GA.
Publisher 12 Jun 2007
Year Published 2007
Report Number CRC-E-66-3; CRC-E-66; E-66-3; SWRI-03-10415-3;
Stock Number PB2007-110019
Additional Subjects Diesel engines ; Particulates ; Exhaust emissions ; Air pollution sampling ; Measurement ; Filters ; Velocity ; Gases ; Carbon ; Adsorption ; Air pollution monitoring ; Continuously Regenerative Technology Diesel Particulate Filter(CRT-DPF) ; Partial Flow Sampling System(PFSS) ; Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine(HDDE) ; Particulate Matter(PM) ; Coordinating Research Council(CRC)
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NTIS  PB2007-110019 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 10/08/2007
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Abstract
Phase 3 of Project E-66 was conducted using the same engine and aftertreatment system used in Phase 1 and Phase 2, namely a 1998 DDC Series 60 heavy-duty diesel engine (HDDE) equipped with a continuously regenerative technology diesel particulate filter (CRT-DPF). Overall, Phase 3 of Project E-66 verified the greatly improved and now acceptable response time of the PFSS units tested in this program. It also showed that at a PM emission level below 10 percent of the 2007 standard, both the CVS as well as the PFSS units could be used interchangeably to produce similar results under steady-state and transient engine operation. Phase 3 of Project E-66 also highlighted the usefulness of using real time particle instruments to measure PM at near or well below the 2007 PM standard. The ease of use, high sensitivity, and fast response time (less than one second) of these instruments make them good candidates for particle measurement instead of using the filter collection technique. However, more work is needed to establish a standard protocol to calibrate and demonstrate the accuracy of these systems in measuring PM mass.