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Citation Details
Title:
Study of an oxidation catalyst system for diesel emission control utilizing HC adsorption
Category(s):
Oxidation Catalyst
Author(s):
M. Kamijo
M. Kamikubo
H. Akama
K. Matsushita
Journal:
JSAE Review
Publisher:
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc. and Elsevier Science B.V.
Year:
2001
Pages:
277-280
Volume:
22
Abstract:
Improvement of diesel engine fuel economy is resulting in an increasingly lower exhaust gas temperature. In this study, the correlation between various catalytic reactions and the low-temperature activity of an oxidation catalyst was investigated. Zeolite was added to the catalyst to enable HC adsorption with the aim of achieving high HC conversion performance even in the low exhaust gas temperature region. The results indicate that the HC adsorption capability of zeolite influences some elemental reactions at low exhaust temperatures. Based on this knowledge, an oxidation catalyst was developed for diesel engine use that provides better low-temperature CO oxidation performance in addition to improved HC conversion.
Times Viewed:
1243
Submitter Details
Name:
Vitaly Prikhodko
Email:
prikhodkovy@ornl
Organization:
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Date Submitted:
2002-10-29

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