Characterization of non-exhaust coarse and fine particles from on-road driving and laboratory measurements.

  title={Characterization of non-exhaust coarse and fine particles from on-road driving and laboratory measurements.},
  author={Ji-hyun Kwak and Hongsuk Kim and Janghee Lee and Seokhwan Lee},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
We investigated the physical and chemical properties of non-exhaust coarse and fine particles generated by on-road driving and in a laboratory setting using a mobile sampling system. The on-road driving and laboratory measurements performed under constant speed driving revealed that particles produced by tire wear had a size distribution in the range of 2-3 μm, while roadway particles (RWPs) measured behind the front tire during on-road driving largely comprised crustal materials such as road… CONTINUE READING
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