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Ambient Temperature and Driving Cycle Effects on CNG Motor Vehicle Emission.
Characterization of Emissions from a Variable Gasoline/Methanol Fueled Car.
Characterization of Emissions from an Early Model FFV.
Characterization of Emissions from an Early Model Flexible-Fuel Vehicle.
Characterization of Emissions from Vehicles Using Methanol and Methanol-Gasoline Blended Fuels.
Computer-Controlled, Real-Time Automobile Emissions Monitoring System.
Duty Cycle Effects on Small Engine Emissions.
Exhaust Emissions from 4-Stroke Lawnmowers: Reformulated Gasoline Impacts.
Factors Influencing the Composition and Quantity of Passenger Car Refueling Emissions. Part 1.
Investigation of analyzer problems in the measurement of NOx from methanol vehicles /
Methanol Measurement in Auto Exhaust Using a Gas-Filter Correlation Spectrometer.
Ozone Precursor Emissions from Alternatively Fueled Vehicles.
Preliminary evaluation of a method using an FID for measurement of methanol in auto emissions /
Study on Infrared Gas-Filter Correlation Spectrometer for Measuring Low-Concentration Methanol Gases.
The impact of methanol and CNG fuels on motor vehicle fuel toxic emissions /
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