Contains many of the papers presented in a mini-symposium on statistical analysis a modeling of automotive emissions held in Aug. 1999. The articles represent the efforts of approximately 20 authors a co-authors from across industry, gov't., a academia a cover a diverse array of topics regarding fundamental methodological issues, advanced statistical techniques, a specific case studies. Two papers included in the mini-symposium involved the assessment of sulfur in diesel fuel on the performance of emissions control devices a the forecasting of ozone standard exceedances that occur partly in response to vehicular traffic vol. a dispersion.vehicles that are fundamentally different since emissions are characteristically different across such classes. ... Four different emissions-control technology types were investigated during model development: fuel injection, catalytic ... Four- speed manual, coded FOMUNUNG, WASHINGTON, GUENSLER aamp; BACHMAN 73 ... developed for use by the Colorado Department of Health for high altitude testing.
|Title||:||Statistical Anaysis and Modeling of Automotive Emissions|
|Author||:||Timothy C. Coburn|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2001-04-01|