Regulated and nonregulated diesel and gasoline cold start emissions at different temperatures

@inproceedings{Weilenmann2005RegulatedAN,
  title={Regulated and nonregulated diesel and gasoline cold start emissions at different temperatures},
  author={Martin Weilenmann and Patrik Soltic and Christian J. Saxer and Anna-Maria Forss and Norbert V. Heeb},
  year={2005}
}
  • Martin Weilenmann, Patrik Soltic, +2 authors Norbert V. Heeb
  • Published 2005
  • Chemistry
  • Abstract The emissions of modern cars are usually reduced in warm engine conditions by catalysts. Consequently emissions are significantly higher during the cold start, i.e. the warm-up phase of the car. The duration of this period and the emissions produced during it depend on the ambient temperature as well as on the initial temperature of the car's systems. The cold start emissions of Euro-3 gasoline cars, Euro-2 diesel cars and old pre-Euro-1 gasoline cars were investigated at cold ambient… CONTINUE READING

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