Methodology for measuring exhaust aerosol size distributions using an engine test under transient operating conditions

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Desantes, J.M.; Bermúdez, Vicente; Molina, Santiago; Linares Rodríguez, Waldemar Gregorio; (2011)
  • Publisher: IOP PUBLISHING LTD
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1088/0957-0233/22/11/115101
  • Subject: Diesel aerosol | Dilution air temperature | Dilution ratio | Exhaust emissions measurements | Particle size distribution | Transient test | Air temperature | Critical parameter values | Dilution systems | Engine exhaust | Engine test | Exhaust aerosols | Exhaust emission | Exhaust particles | Experimental validations | Light-duty | Measurement methods | Measurement of particles | Operating parameters | Pre-conditioning | Reliable measurement | Sampling factor | Sources of variability | Transient operating condition | Two stage | Atmospheric aerosols | Atmospheric temperature | Diesel engines | Dilution | Exhaust systems (engine) | Particle size analysis | Size distribution | Particle size | MAQUINAS Y MOTORES TERMICOS

[EN] A study on the sources of variability in the measurement of particle size distribution using a two-stage dilution system and an engine exhaust particle sizer was conducted to obtain a comprehensive and repeatable methodology that can be used to measure the particle... View more
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