Tomography Visualization Methods for Monitoring Gases in the Automotive Systems

@inproceedings{Polakowski2011TomographyVM,
  title={Tomography Visualization Methods for Monitoring Gases in the Automotive Systems},
  author={K. Polakowski},
  year={2011}
}
Taking into consideration growing ecology and safety demands, there are a need for more accurate and cheaper ways to monitor workflows of gases, which can be used in automotive applications. Such researches come into prominence in case of more commonly applied gas systems, that use hydrocarbons as well as hydrogen, which in case of running down of oil resources, are predicated as the most probable fuel for intern combustion engines or fuel cells used in vehicles. Use of tomography can be an… Expand
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