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Fuel volatility as an adjunct to auto emission control.

Authors
Hurn-RW; Eccleston-BH; Eccleston-DB
Source
ACS Symp Ser Approaches to Auto Emissions Control 1974; 1:60-68
NIOSHTIC No.
10009564
Abstract
Late-model vehicles were used in an experimental study of the interaction of fuel volatility with emissions and associated fuel economy. Results from this study show that reduced hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide emissions are associated with the fuels of lower back-end volatility.
Keywords
Motor vehicles; Fuels; Hydrocarbons; Carbon monoxide; Automotive emissions
CODEN
ACSMC8
CAS No.
630-08-0
Publication Date
19740101
Document Type
OP; Conference/Symposia Proceedings
Fiscal Year
1974
Identifying No.
OP 33-75
ISSN
0097-6156
NIOSH Division
BERC
Source Name
ACS Symposium Series
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