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The role of lubrication oil in particulate matter emissions from a hydrogen engine.
Miller AL; Stipe CB; Habjan MC; Ahlstrand GG
Proceedings of the Seventh International Aerosol Conference, September 10-15, 2006, St. Paul, Minnesota. Biswas P, Chen DR, Hering S, eds. Mount Laurel, NJ: American Association for Aerosol Research, 2006 Sep; :194-195
The levels of organic carbon in the exhaust aerosol are consistent with the levels measured for engines running on hydrocarbon fuels, which verifies earlier work suggesting that the OC in engine exhaust is mainly derived from oils (Sakurai et al., 2003). The data also confirm two earlier hypotheses (Miller, 2005): 1) That metal-rich nanoparticles will form in the relative absence of soot, 2) That the large metal-rich spheres found in engine exhaust are indeed derived from lube oil.
Exhaust-gases; Automotive-emissions; Automotive-engines; Automotive-exhausts; Aerosols; Aerosol-particles; Motor-vehicles; Author Keywords: Hydrogen Combustion; Metal Nanoparticles; Lubrication Oil
Biswas P; Chen DR; Hering S
Proceedings of the Seventh International Aerosol Conference, September 10-15, 2006, St. Paul, Minnesota
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