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A report on the emission performance of the Army sponsored Ford stratified charge engine /
Assessment of the applicability of automotive emission control technology to stationary engines /
Assessment of the Effects of Lead Additives in Gasoline on Emission Control Systems which might be used to Meet the 1975-76 Motor Vehicle Emission Standards.
Automobile Emission Control. The State of the Art as of December 1972.
Clean Air Car Race - 1970.
Evaluation of NASA thermal reactor /
Evaluation of the Emissions Characteristics of the Esso Well Mixed Thermal Reactor.
Evaluation of the Questor Emission Control System.
Exhaust Emissions from a Passenger Car Equipped With a DuPont Exhaust Emission Control System Using 1975 Test Procedure.
Kinetics of Oxidation and Quenching of Combustibles in Exhaust Systems of Gasoline Engines.
NAS Report on Technological Feasibility of 1975-76 Motor Vehicle Emission Standards.
NAS Report on Technological Feasibility of 1975-76 Motor Vehicle Emission Standards. Automotive Spark Ignition Engine Emission Control Systems to Meet the Requirements of the 1970 Clean Air Amendments.
The Toxic components of automobile exhaust gases; their composition under different operating conditions, and methods of reducing their emission.
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