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Characteristic Analysis of Regulated Pollutants Emitted from Passenger Cars according to Fuel Additives
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  • Journal title : Journal of ILASS-Korea
  • Volume 20, Issue 4,  2015, pp.223-229
  • Publisher : Institute for Liquid Atomization and Spray Systems-Korea
  • DOI : 10.15435/JILASSKR.2015.20.4.223
 Title & Authors
Characteristic Analysis of Regulated Pollutants Emitted from Passenger Cars according to Fuel Additives
Jung, Sungwoon; Son, Jihwan; Hong, Heekyoung; Sung, Kijae; Kim, Jeongsoo; Kim, Jounghwa;
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 Abstract
This paper was designed to investigate emission characteristics of regulated pollutants (CO, HC, NOx and PM) from 134 diesel and gasoline passenger cars based on emission standards according to fuel additives. The experiments using chassis dynamometer were conducted under NEDC and CVS-75 modes. Comparison for fuel additive management and test between Korea, USA, EU and Japan, Korea was more strict than others. The fuel additives of this study was satisfied within fuel manufacturing standards. For with/without fuel additives according to diesel emission standards, NOx of EURO 4 and EURO 5 showed a relatively similar tendency. In the case of PM reduction rate, EURO 5 was over 20% increased than EURO 4. In the case of standard deviation/average ratio for gasoline vehicles, variation interval was big for LEV 23.3~58% and ULEV 31.6~56.4%. Following the imposition of stricter regulations (EURO 5 and ULEV), difference rate for standard deviation was big. Especially, in the case of diesel vehicles, difference rate for NOx 68% and PM 48% was most big. The results of present study will be of assistance in completing the legislative process and will provide basic data to set up emission standards for fuel additives in Korea.
 Keywords
Emission characteristics;Regulated pollutants;Passenger cars;Fuel additives;Emission standards;
 Language
Korean
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