Non-exhaust Particulate Emissions from Road Transport

@inproceedings{Warner2003NonexhaustPE,
  title={Non-exhaust Particulate Emissions from Road Transport},
  author={L R Warner and Ranjeet S. Sokhi and Lakhumal Luhana and Paul Boulter and Ian S. McCrae},
  year={2003}
}
There are a number of non-exhaust processes associated with road transport, involving abrasion, corrosion, and turbulence, which can result in particles being suspended in the atmosphere. These processes include tyre wear, brake wear, clutch wear, road surface wear, corrosion of vehicle components, corrosion of street furniture and crash barriers, and the suspension or resuspension of road dust. However, the data relating to the size, chemical composition, and emission rate of particles arising… 

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