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WEDNESDA , APRIL 13 - MORNING Technical and Business Sessions





Diesel Exhaust Emission Control: DPF Systems (PFL402)

Diesel Exhaust Emission Control: HC-DeNOx (PFL403)

This session includes papers describing work on various aspects of DPF systems including the accumulation and oxidation of particulate matter within the DPF, the performance of different DPF technologies, their use with different fuel specifications and testing protocols. New DPF construction and regeneration proposals ar


This session focuses on NOx control technologies based around the conversion of NOx using hydrocarbon (hC) species. Presentations will cover systems based on hC-SCR or hC Lean NOx Catalysts (LNC), including the integration of hC LNC functionality within an actively regenerating filter system in series production today, and

also addressed.

a future system based on the use of h2 to promote LNC activity.

8:40 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

10:20 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

Organizers: Paul Richards, Innospec

Organizers: Galen B. Fisher, Univ. of Michigan; Matthew J. Thornton, National Renewable Energy

Laboratory; Andrew P. Walker, Johnson Matthey Inc.

8:40 a.m.

Three-Dimension Deposited Soot Distribution Measurement in Silicon Carbide Diesel Particulate Filters by Dynamic Neutron Radiography


Glenn David harvel, University of Ontario Institute of Tech.; Jen-Shih Chang, McMaster Univ; Alan Tung, University of Ontario Institute of tech.; Paul Fanson, Toyota Motor Engineering & Mfg NA Inc; Masao Watanabe, Toyota Motor Corporation

9:00 a.m.

Visualization of Oxidation of Soot Nanoparticles Trapped on a Diesel Particulate Membrane Filter


hiroshi Oki, Preechar Karin, Katsunori hanamura, Tokyo Institute of Technology

9:20 a.m.

An Evaluation of Particle Size Distributions and Particle Number-Based Reductions from Various PM Emission Control Technologies


Ajay Joshi, Sougato Chatterjee, Andrew Walker, Johnson Matthey ECT

9:40 a.m.

Two-Stage Electro Thermal Supported hC (hydro Carbon) Conversion


Bettina Baier, Klaus Schrewe, Bernd Maurer, hJS Emission Technology Gmbh & Co. KG

10:00 a.m.

New Design Concept for Diesel Particulate Filter


Shingo Iwasaki, Takashi Mizutani, NGK Insulatores, Ltd.; Yukio Miyairi, NGK Insulators, Ltd.; Kazuya Yuuki, Mikio Makino, NGK Insulatores, Ltd.

10:20 a.m.

A Metal Fibrous Filter for Diesel hybrid Vehicles

Discussion Break


Dimitrios Zarvalis, Nickolas Vlachos, CERTh/CPERI; Ludwig Buergler, Georg Seewald, Peter Prenninger, AVL List Gmbh; Athanasios Konstandopoulos, CERTh/ CPERI and Aristotle Univ.

DPF Systems for high Sulfur Fuels

hydrogen Effect on the DeNOX Efficiency Enhancement of Fresh and Aged Ag/Al2O3 hC-SCR in a Diesel Engine Exhaust



Andreas C.R. Mayer, TTM; Jan Czerwinski, Peter Bonsack, AFhB; L. Karvonen, EMPA; Liu Xian, VEMC Beijing; John Mooney, John J.Mooney LLC

Kihong Kim, GMDAT; Kwang Min Chun, Soonho Song, Yonsei Univ.; hyun Sik han, heesung Catalysts; hyerim Gu, Yonsei Univ.

10:40 a.m.

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