Standard: API 4044
REPORT NO. IITRI C8150-5 FINAL REPORT CHEMICAL SPECIES IN ENGINE EXHAUST AND THEIR CONTRIBUTION TO EXHAUST ODOR
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The work reported herein constitutes the first year's effort toward the identification and characterization of compounds responsible for the odor of diesel engine exhaust. The program was entitled, "Chemical Species in Engine Exhaust and Their Contribution to Exhaust Odors." The project number was IITRI C8150.
This report has two sections, a Summary and Conclusions section and a section containing several appendices. The most significant results of the study are presented and discussed in the first section, while the details of engine operation, sampling procedures, chromatograph techniques, and results of secondary significance are reported in the appendices. The material presented in each section is complementary and a reading of the entire report is necessary for a comprehensive understanding of the results. However, each section is self-sustaining and the significant results can be fully grasped by reading the first section only.
Data obtained during the program are recorded in Logbooks C18880, C19221, C19225 and C19226.
Personnel who contributed to the program include Miss J. Burton, Drs. B.K. Krotoszynski and R. Scholz. and Messrs.T. Burgwald, H. Neumann, T. Stanley, A. Anderson, E. Lubeeke. N. Shaw, H. Reilich and T. Rymarz.
|Organization:||American Petroleum Institute|
|Document Number:||api 4044|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|