Tailpipe , resuspended road dust , and brake-wear emission factors from on-road vehicles

@inproceedings{AbuAllabana2003TailpipeR,
  title={Tailpipe , resuspended road dust , and brake-wear emission factors from on-road vehicles},
  author={Mahmoud Abu-Allabana and John A. Gilliesa and Alan W. Gertlera and Russ Claytonb and David Proffittb},
  year={2003}
}
  • Mahmoud Abu-Allabana, John A. Gilliesa, +2 authors David Proffittb
  • Published 2003
Intensive mass and chemical measurements were performed at roadside locations in Reno, Nevada, and Durham/ Research Triangle Park), North Carolina to derive tailpipe, resuspended road dust, and brake-wear emission factors from in-use vehicles. Continuous particulate matter (PM) data were utilized to derive total emission factors while integrated PM data were used to attribute the calculated emission factors to different mechanisms using chemical mass balance receptor modeling and scanning… CONTINUE READING

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