Pm thermal regeneration - the potential for catalytic combustion

J G Hawley, S T Kolackowski, D G Tilley, J Hall, A Cox, R W Horrocks

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Abstract

An experimental study has been carried out to assess the capability of injecting vaporized fuel into the exhaust gas of a diesel engine to achieve elevated outlet temperatures from an oxidation catalyst for the thermal regeneration of particulate filters. Termed catalytic combustion and passive in nature, controlled experiments have proved the concept with the limitation on catalyst outlet temperature being dictated by the material limits of the exhaust system and the availability of oxygen.

Conference

ConferenceSAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition
CountryUSA United States
CityDetroit, MI
Period1/03/02 → …

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Catalysts
Exhaust gases
Diesel engines
Availability
Oxidation
Temperature
Oxygen
Experiments
Hot Temperature

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Hawley, J. G., Kolackowski, S. T., Tilley, D. G., Hall, J., Cox, A., & Horrocks, R. W. (2002). Pm thermal regeneration - the potential for catalytic combustion. Paper presented at SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA United States.

Pm thermal regeneration - the potential for catalytic combustion. / Hawley, J G; Kolackowski, S T; Tilley, D G; Hall, J; Cox, A; Horrocks, R W.

2002. Paper presented at SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA United States.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Hawley, JG, Kolackowski, ST, Tilley, DG, Hall, J, Cox, A & Horrocks, RW 2002, 'Pm thermal regeneration - the potential for catalytic combustion' Paper presented at SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA United States, 1/03/02, .
Hawley JG, Kolackowski ST, Tilley DG, Hall J, Cox A, Horrocks RW. Pm thermal regeneration - the potential for catalytic combustion. 2002. Paper presented at SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA United States.
Hawley, J G ; Kolackowski, S T ; Tilley, D G ; Hall, J ; Cox, A ; Horrocks, R W. / Pm thermal regeneration - the potential for catalytic combustion. Paper presented at SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition, Detroit, MI, USA United States.
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