Advances in Chemical Engineering

Edited by

  • Guy B. Marin, Ghent University, Belgium

This volume on automotive emission control emphasizes the role of chemical engineering in automotive emission control. Clearly the development of mathematical models describing the different functions of the converter(s), as well as their interaction, has been and still is crucial. Each of the contributions advocates the implementation of the latter, combined with experimental validation, rather than engaging into elaborate experimental programs.
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Audience

Chemical engineers, materials scientists, bioengineers, biologists and biomedical scientists

 

Book information

  • Published: February 2008
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-373900-1


Table of Contents

Preface by Guy MarinChapter 1 - Dynamic Behavior and Characterization of Automobile CatalystsShinichi Matsumoto and Hirofumi Shinjoh, Toyota Motor Corporation, Aichi, JapanChapter 2 - Simulation of Automotive Emission Control SystemsMehrdad Ahmadinejad, Maya Desai, Timothy C. Watling and Andrew P.E. York, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre, Reading, U.K.Chapter 3 - Current Status of Modeling Lean Exhaust GasA. Güthenke, D. Chatterjee, M. Weibel, B. Krutzsch, P. Koèí, M. Marek, I. Nova and E. Tronconi, DaimlerChrysler AG, GermanyChapter 4 - Advances in the Science and Technology of Diesel Particulate Filter SimulationAthanasios G. Konstandopoulos, Margaritis Kostoglou, Nickolas Vlachos and Evdoxia Kladopoulou1, Aerosol and Particle Technology Laboratory, CERTH/CPERI, Thessaloniki, Greece