Electrostatic Particulate Filter for Nanoparticle Reduction

Future emission legislation for passenger cars (petrol and diesel) and heavy-duty vehicles will also require a reduction in particle numbers in addition to a reduction in particle mass. Conventional filters that combine current levels of porosity with new, low soot-emitting engines are unable to filter nanoparticles with sufficient effectiveness because of the lack of a soot filter cake. the necessary reduction in pore size would lead to greater pressure loss. the Electrostatic Particulate Filter PM-Metalit advanced by Emitec represents a new generation of particulate filters for the automotive industry.
Show metadata: hide author | source | keywords
Author(s): Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Maus; Dipl.-Ing. Rolf Brück; Dipl.-Ing. Jan Hodgson; Dipl.-Ing. Christian Vorsmann


» Download article (no additional fees) PDF
» Register to use the online article archive register
start
MORE ARTICLES
Catalysts   Electric Filters   Electrostatic Filters   Electrostatic Particulate Filter   PM-Metalit Advanced   Emitec  
FURTHER ARTICLES
Hybrid Simulation Method to Predict Flow-induced Car Cabin Noise Hybrid Simulation Method to Predict Flow-induced Car Cabin Noise
The geometry of a vehicle must be optimised very early in relation to the wind noise. For this, a new method was developed at the Friedrich-Alexander-Universitt Erlangen-Nrnberg, which allows the...   » more
Powertrain Optimisation of Electric Vehicles Powertrain Optimisation of Electric Vehicles
To attract a broader customer base for pure electric vehicles, conflicting goals need to be solved, for example reducing the costs and simultaneously increasing the achievable electric...   » more
Clay Modelling  From Sketch to Model Clay Modelling From Sketch to Model
First impressions are decisive vital to the sales success of a car. That is why, even in today's computer age, OEMs continue to work with clay models that can be constantly refined and improved...   » more

 
start
PREMIUM PARTNERS
dSpaceTRW

BorgWarnerTata Steel

SiemensFederal-Mogul Powertrain
start
LOGIN
 
start
NEWSLETTER
Weekly Newsletter. Up to date news, reports and interviews. For free!

  
 
Home Springer Vieweg Media Service Privacy Policy Imprint Contact

© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH 2015