Diesel engine emissions are highly complex mixtures. They consist of a wide range of organic and inorganic compounds distributed among the gaseous and particulate phases. Public health concern has arisen about these emissions for reasons like - the particles in diesel emissions are very small (90% or less than 1mum by size), making them readily respirable, these particles have hundreds of chemicals adsorbed onto their surfaces, including many known or suspected mutagens and carcinogens.Figure 2.3 Jet Mill (Courtesy: Fluid Energy Equipment Division Company) Figure 2.3 Side View of Inhalation System Schematic Diagram Filters: The filters in the setup are used for taking in dust free fresh air from the atmosphere and the filters anbsp;...
|Title||:||Experimental Methodology for Measurement of Diesel Exhaust Particulates|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|