Lean Burn Natural Gas Operation vs . Stoichiometric Operation with EGR and a Three Way Catalyst

@inproceedings{Einewall2005LeanBN,
  title={Lean Burn Natural Gas Operation vs . Stoichiometric Operation with EGR and a Three Way Catalyst},
  author={Patrik Einewall and Per Tunestal and Bengt Johansson},
  year={2005}
}
Exhaust Emissions from lean burn natural gas engines may not always be as low as the potential permits, especially engines with open loop lambda control. These engines can produce much higher emissions than a comparable diesel engine without exhaust gas after treatment. Even if the engine has closed loop lambda control, emissions are often unacceptably high for future emission regulations. A three way catalyst is, today, the best way to reduce hazardous emissions. The drawback is that the… CONTINUE READING

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