Characterizing biofuel combustion with patterns of real-time emission data (PaRTED).

  title={Characterizing biofuel combustion with patterns of real-time emission data (PaRTED).},
  author={Yanju Chen and Christoph A. Roden and T. C. Bond},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  volume={46 11},
Emission properties and quantities from combustion sources can vary significantly during operation, and this characteristic variability is hidden in the traditional presentation of emission test averages. As a complement to the emission test averages, we introduce the notion of statistical pattern analysis to characterize temporal fluctuations in emissions, using cluster analysis and frequency plots. We demonstrate this approach by comparing emissions from traditional and improved wood-burning… CONTINUE READING
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