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Volume 21 Number 3
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- SCR Outlet NH3/NOx Sensor Measurement Performance Using CFD
- Manoj Sampath, PhD, Figen Lacin, PhD – Tenneco
- Future Advanced Diesel Emission Concepts to Meet Worldwide Ultra-Low Emission Standards for Global Applications
- Thomas Korfer, Matthias Kotter, Markus Schonen, PhD, Manoj Panda, Julien Berquez, Murat Yumak, Tamas Szailer, PhD – FEV
- Development of the Cummins Single Module TM After Treatment System
- Changsheng Su, PhD, Joe Brault, PhD, Achuth Munnannur, Krishna Kamasamudram PhD – Cummins
- Heavy Duty FTP Transient Test Results on Multi-Cylinder Opposed-Piston Engine Demonstrating Rapid Exhaust Enthalpy Rise to Achieve Ultra Low NOx & CO2
- Samrat Patil, Ahmad Ghazi, Fabien Redon, Dan Schum, John Headly – Achates Power
- Christopher Sharp, PhD – Southwest Research Institute
- SCR Based After Treatment Architectures for Low Tailpipe N2O Emissions
- Krishna Kamasamudram, PhD, Ashok Kumar, PhD, Yadan Tang, PhD, Aleksey Yezerets, PhD – Cummins
- Evaluation of SCRF Performance with Different Design Parameters Using Computational Model
- Liu Yang, PhD, Balaji Sukumar, PhD – Johnson Matthey
- Exhaust Temperature Improvement Using Cylinder Deactivation for a MD and HD Engines & Aftertreatment Temperature Challenge at Low Loads
- Jim McCarthy, PhD – Eaton