Nondispersive infrared monitoring of NO emissions in exhaust gases of vehicles

@inproceedings{Castro1999NondispersiveIM,
  title={Nondispersive infrared monitoring of NO emissions in exhaust gases of vehicles},
  author={Antonio J. de Castro and Jes{\'u}s Meneses and Susana Briz and Fernando L{\'o}pez},
  year={1999}
}
Road traffic is one of the most important contributors to air pollution, being that a small fraction of the running vehicles is responsible for more than a half of the emissions. Roadside emission monitoring of individual cars appears to be an efficient way to identify these gross polluters. In this sense, nondispersive infrared (NDIR) systems have been developed to monitor the gas emissions of individual vehicles. However, these systems do not include NOx detection because of the strong… CONTINUE READING