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A Next Generation Cordierite Diesel Particle Filter with Significantly Reduced Pressure Drop

Development of Efficient Urea-SCR Systems for EPA 2010-Compliant Medium Duty Diesel Vehicles

Evaluation of SOF Effects on Deposit Characteristics of the EGR Cooler Using a PM Generator

Life Cycle Assessment: Adding science- based metrics to Sustainability




(Oral Only) Lise Laurin, Melissa hamilton, Earthshift

Thorsten Boger, Suhao he, Thomas Collins, Achim heibel, Douglas Beall, Christophe Remy, Corning Inc.

Toshiya Akiyoshi, hisaki Torisaka, haruyuki Yokota, Takaharu Shimizu, hiroyuki Ninomiya, hironori Narita, hino Motors, Ltd.

Youngbok Lee, Kwang Seok hong, Soonho Song, Kwang Min Chun, Yonsei Univ.; Kyo Seung Lee, Kyonggi Institute Of Technology; Sunki Min, Doyoung Chung, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology

Next Generation Aluminum Titanate Filter for Light Duty Diesel Applications

Development of SCR on Diesel Particulate Filter System for heavy Duty Applications

Using Mass Spectrometry to Detect Ethanol and Acetaldehyde Emissions from a Direct Injection Spark Ignition Engine Operating on Ethanol/Gasoline Blends

Recycling of the Changing Automobile and Its Impact on Sustainability





Thorsten Boger, Joshua Jamison, Jason Warkins, Nancy Golomb, Christopher Warren, Achim heibel, Corning Inc.

Mojghan Naseri, Sougato Chatterjee, Mario Castagnola, hai-Ying Chen, Joseph Fedeyko, howard hess, Jianquan Li, Johnson Matthey Inc.

Kenneth Kar, Wai Cheng, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jody Bassam, Joseph A. Pomykala, J. Spangenberger, Edward J. Daniels, Argonne National Laboratory

Effects of Washcoat on Initial PM Filtration Efficiency and Pressure Drop in SiC DPF

Engine Performance of Cu- and Fe-Based SCR Emission Control Systems for heavy Duty Diesel Applications

Measurement of Dioxin and Furan Emissions during Transient and Multi-Mode Engine Operation

New Methodology of Life Cycle Assessment for Clean Energy Vehicle and New Car Model





Koji Tsuneyoshi, Osamu Takagi, TYK Corporation; Kazuhiro Yamamoto, Nagoya Univ.

Mario Castagnola, Jonathan Caserta, Sougato Chatterjee, hai-Ying Chen, Raymond Conway, Joseph Fedeyko, Wassim Klink, Penelope Markatou, Sandip Shah, Andrew Walker, Johnson Matthey Inc.

Z. Gerald Liu, Nathan A. Ottinger, John C. Wall, Patrick Barge, Cummins Inc.

Shigeki Nitta, Yoshihisa Moriguchi, Mazda Motor Corp.

Micro-scale Study of DPF Permeability as a Function of PM Loading

Compact SCR for Passenger Cars

Emission Testing of N2O (Bag Sampling) from Diverse Vehicles by Laser Spectroscopic Motor Exhaust Gas Analyzer

Advanced Requirements for Fuel Efficient Cars by Creating Efficient Body





Nicholas Rakovec, Sandeep Viswanathan, David Foster, Univ of Wisconsin

Eduardo Alano, Emmanuel Jean, Yohann Perrot, Jean-Paul Brunel, Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies; Nicolas Ferrand, Mehdi Ferhan, Julien Chapel, Karine Pajot, PSA Peugeot Citroën

Montajir Rahman, horiba, Ltd.; Kenji hara, Shigeru Nakatani, Yoshimasa Tanaka, horiba Ltd.


3-D Numerical Study of Fluid Flow and Pressure Loss Characteristics through a DPF with Asymmetrical Channel size

Discussion Break

Effect of Engine Operating Conditions on Spark-Ignition Engine PAh Emissions

Reverse logistic Planning and Product Take back Analysis for Sustainabile Product & Process Design



(2011-01-0852) Zulfiqar Ali Qureshi

Xiaogang Zhang, Paul Tennison, Jianwen Yi, Ford Motor Co.

Bivek Baral, Kathmandu Univ.; Robert Raine, Gordon Miskelly, The Univ. of Auckland

New Particulate Filter Concept to Reduce Particle Number Emissions

Testing of Catalytic Exhaust Emission Control Systems Under Simulated Locomotive Exhaust Conditions

Effects of Oil Aging on Laboratory Measurement of Emissions from a Legacy heavy-duty Diesel Engine




Chika Saito, Takahiko Nakatani, Yukio Miyairi, Kazuya Yuuki, Mikio Makino, hiroshi Kurachi, NGK Insulators, Ltd.; Wolfgang heuss, Tatsuyuki Kuki, Yasuyuki Furuta, Philipp Kattouah, Claus-Dieter Vogt, NGK Europe Gmbh

Joseph F. McDonald, Charles Schenk, L. James Sanchez, Brian J. Nelson, US Environmental Protection Agency

Mrinmoy Dam, John Nuszkowski, Gregory J. Thompson, West Virginia Univ.


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WEDNESDA , APRIL 13 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions


Organizers: Kirby Baumgard, John Deere Product Eng Center; Thorsten Boger, Corning Inc.; Julian Tan, General Motors


Brad Adelman, Navistar; Danan Dou, John Deere Product Engineering Center; Magdi Khair, Southwest Research Institute; Rahul Mital, GM; Minyong Zhou, Exova

Chairpersons: Susan Sawyer-Beaulieu, Univ of Windsor; Richard Paul, LKQ Best Automotive Corp


Allen B. Duncan, US Environmental Protection Agency; Leslie hill, horiba, Ltd.; Phil Price, Ford Motor Company

Organizers: Richard T. Paul, LKQ Best Automotive Corp.; Susan Sawyer-Beaulieu, Univ of Windsor

1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.


Emissions Measurement and Testing (PFL408)

O2-38 LCA and Sustainability (SDP113)

1:00 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.



Diesel Exhaust Emission Control: DPF Substrates (PFL406)

Diesel Exhaust Emission Control: SCR (Part 1 of 3) (PFL405)

Even though DPFs have been in production for on-highway trucks since 2007, there continues to be research into developing substrates with lower pressure drop, membrane layer design, higher porosity to accept heavier washcoats and geometries to accommodate higher ash loadings. Also with the onset of gasoline direct injection engines, there is one paper that discusses the optimum substrate for collecting particles from these engines. These topics and more are covered in this session.

This session covers the Selective Catalytic

such as different washcoats, two-way (SCR washcoat on DPF substrate), aging and poisoning impact on catalyst performance, importance of urea injection and mixing and

SCR modeling.

These manuscripts focus on particle

emissions from combustion sources; in-use engine emissions measurements and modeling; particulate measurement techniques; detailed characterization techniques; NOx measurement; and testing facility developments The session organizers would like to thank the authors

for their continuing work in expanding the knowledge base of emissions measurement and testing. Special thanks goes to the paper reviewers

without whom this session would not be possible.

This session reviews life cycle assessments on materials, technologies, and processes. Other topics included in this session are updates on the development of life cycle analysis databases for use by the national and international community.

Reduction (SCR) process, in which Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is injected to create ammonia which reacts with NOx and converts it into harmless Nitrogen. SCR is a very promising NOx reduction technology. The papers in this session cover various aspects of SCR technolog


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