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Engine Emissions Webinars and Videos

Webinars and videos on engine emission topics

Automotive and Engine Emission Webinars

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Brake Wear Measurements Research - From the Researcher’s Point of View

Brake wear emissions have been the subject of academic and industrial research in recent years. While a test protocol has been established for light duty vehicles by the Particle Measurement Program (PMP) group, plenty of activity remains in the research sphere.
New brake pad formulations, fluid flow around brake mounts, and emissions by other vehicle types (e.g. trains) are all ongoing areas of inquiry. TSI empowers brake wear emissions researchers via instrumentation, application experience, and industry knowledge.
This webinar covers:

  • Overview of current research studies
  • Challenges of brake wear measurements
  • Measurement methodology and tools

Brake Wear Emissions Measurement - Transport, Tools and Tips

Particles emitted during vehicle braking are estimated to contribute up to 20% of traffic-related emissions, and are relevant to public health. While tailpipe emissions are known for toxicity, brake wear has recently been shown to trigger inflammation in lung cells to the same degree as do diesel emissions. Quantifying this public health hazard requires measuring brake emissions using an established method.
Characterizing Brake Wear Emissions
This webinar reviews the brake emissions measurement method established by the Particle Measurement Program (PMP), and introduces the particle sizing, counting and sampling instruments from TSI that can be used in accordance with that method. Published data collected during brake wear studies are also presented.

Is Your Condensation Particle Counter Ready for PMP-Compliant Measurements?

This webinar provides a review of the European Particle Measurement Programme (PMP) requirements for the Condensation Particle Counters (CPC) needed for Type Approval particle emission measurements, both for 23nm and upcoming 10nm solid particle number measurements.

Are you ready for sub-23 nm?

During the webinar, we provide an update on upcoming particulate number regulations for sub-23 nm particle regulations and how to get started with the new 10nm Engine Exhaust Condensation Particle Counter (EECPC). You will also learn more about:

  • Applications for 10 nm solid particle number measurements
  • 10nm-EECPC with improved performance features
  • Experimental performance
  • Upgrading 23nm-EECPCs to 10 nm

Introduction to the 3095 Engine Exhaust Particle Measurement System

During this webinar hosted by TSI particle measurement experts, you will learn about the basic operation, benefits, and features of the new Model 3095 Engine Exhaust Particle Measurement System.

Who should attend? Anyone who:

  • Needs to measure solid particle number concentration from a few nm to several hundred nm
  • Needs number and size distributions of combustion (all types) exhaust particles in real time, particularly for transient events or test cycles
  • Would like a complete turn-key solution for a variety of measurement applications:
    • Sub-23nm solid particle emissions for post Euro 6/VI engines
    • Cold start engine emissions in Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) engines
    • DPF/GPF Characterization (aftertreatment)
    • Measurement of non-volatile PM emissions from aircraft turbine engines (SAE ARP 6320)

Inversion Matrices and Application Results from TSI Engine Exhaust Particle Sizer 3090 EEPS

This webinar focuses on application results from the TSI Engine Exhaust Particle Sizer 3090 (EEPS). Emissions from heavy-duty and light-duty diesel engines, as well as from a GDI vehicle, are explored. Mass results from EEPS are compared to filter measurements and a competitive technique, and number results are compared to a PMP method.

Improvements to the 3090 Engine Exhaust Particle Sizer

This webinar focuses on the EEPS matrix developed by Dr. Xiaoliang Wang of DRI, in conjunction with TSI. Presenters explain how the new SOOT and COMPACT inversion matrices were created, how the new matrices compare to SMPS data, and when to use each of the available inversion matrices.


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