Review of Tire Wear Emissions: A Review of Tire Emission Measurement Studies: Identification of Gaps and Future Needs

@inproceedings{Panko2018ReviewOT,
  title={Review of Tire Wear Emissions: A Review of Tire Emission Measurement Studies: Identification of Gaps and Future Needs},
  author={Julie M Panko and Marisa L. Kreider and Kenneth M Unice},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Tire wear particles are produced from the interaction of tires with the roadway surface during driving and are included in the non-exhaust vehicle emission category. These particles are distinct from tread rubber in terms of physical properties and chemical composition that are related to the wear processes exerted on the tread during driving. This chapter describes the state of knowledge regarding the unique characteristics of tire wear particles, their emissions, and measurement in… CONTINUE READING

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