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Reduction of CO 2 Emissions for Automotive Systems

@inproceedings{Ishii2008ReductionOC,
  title={Reduction of CO 2 Emissions for Automotive Systems},
  author={Junichi Ishii and Minoru Osuga and Takashi Tsukuba City Okada and Hideki Miyazaki and Mitsuru Koseki and Koichiro Tanikoshi},
  year={2008}
}
OVERVIEW: The amount of CO2 emission from the transport sector (including cars) accounts for about 20% of total CO2 emissions. Accordingly, from the viewpoint of preventing global warming, reducing that proportion is a key issue. In regard to CO2 emissions from cars, fuel economy standards are getting tougher all over the world, so improving fuel economy of cars is strongly desired. From now onwards, it is considered that fuel economy of engines will be further improved by boosting engine… 

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