Time resolved characterization of diesel particulate emissions. 1. Instruments for particle mass measurements.

@article{Moosmller2001TimeRC,
  title={Time resolved characterization of diesel particulate emissions. 1. Instruments for particle mass measurements.},
  author={Hans Moosm{\"u}ller and W. Patrick Arnott and Clarence D. Rogers and John L Bowen and John A. Gillies and William R Pierson and John Francis Collins and Thomas D. Durbin and Joseph M. Norbeck},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 4},
  pages={781-7}
}
The measurement of diesel vehicle exhaust particulate mass is currently accomplished using filter collection methods according to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). Such filter methods limit time resolution to a minimum of several minutes, making it impossible to study emissions during transient operating conditions. Extensive testing of five different measurement methods has demonstrated that fast response measurements of diesel exhaust particulate mass concentrations, consistent with CFR… CONTINUE READING