Evaluation of Heavy-duty Engine Exhaust Hydrocarbon and Non-methane Hydrocarbon Analysis Methods

Evaluation of Heavy-duty Engine Exhaust Hydrocarbon and Non-methane Hydrocarbon Analysis Methods

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Flame ionization detectors (FID) are the preferred detectors for hydrocarbon measurement from compression ignition internal combustion engines. Regulatory requirement for non-methane hydrocarbon measurement involve the determination of total hydrocarbon using a FID-based analyzer and methane measurement using gas chromatographs (GC) and subtraction of these two values. New regulatory standards allow the use of non-methane cutter equipped analyzers for on-line determination of exhaust methane content.The relative responses of two FIDs, a Beckman model 109 and a Perkin-Elmer model 213, were examined using the same ... conditions and decreased it under other conditions while Andreatch noted that oxygen had little effect [6, 7]. The erroranbsp;...


Title:Evaluation of Heavy-duty Engine Exhaust Hydrocarbon and Non-methane Hydrocarbon Analysis Methods
Author: Abishek Muralidharan
Publisher:ProQuest - 2007
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