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NH3 Generation Characteristics of a LNT Catalyst Downstream
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 Title & Authors
NH3 Generation Characteristics of a LNT Catalyst Downstream
Seo, Choong-Kil;
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 Abstract
As diesel engines have high power and good fuel economy on top of less emissions, their market shares are increasing not only in commercial vehicles but also in passenger cars. LNT, urea-SCR and combination of them have been developed for after-treatment of the exhaust gas to reduce NOx on diesel vehicles. The aim of this study is to investigate the generation characteristics of LNT catalyst downstream. It was found from the experiments of the LNT catalyst that was useful as a reductant in SCR catalyst because it can enhance the de-NOx performance and improve selectivity. The generation of the LNT, when hydrothermally aged at for 18 hr, increased to about 90ppm at due to Pt sintering and Ba agglomeration. LNT catalyst was most sulfur poisoning at . The slip increased due to the reduction of residence time according to SV increase.
 Keywords
Diesel engine;Catalyst;Lean NOx Trap;Selective Catalytic Reduction;;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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