Subject: TP1-1185 | HD9502-9502.5 | [ PHYS ] Physics [physics] | Chemical technology | Energy industries. Energy policy. Fuel trade
International audience; In the last years, emissions standards for internal combustion engines are becoming more and more restrictive, particularly for NOx and soot emissions from Diesel engines. In order to comply with these requirements, OEMs have to face with innovat... View more
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