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
Catalysts   Electric Filters   Electrostatic Filters   Electrostatic Particulate Filter   PM-Metalit Advanced   Emitec  
Prototyping in the Agile Development Management Prototyping in the Agile Development Management
In the product development process of the automotive industry the time content and sequence is usually determined in advance, as well as the timing of prototypes to be produced. More recently, this...   » more
Trajectory Planning for Automated Lane Changes Trajectory Planning for Automated Lane Changes
Assistance systems in modern cars are playing an increasingly important role. In addition to making the driver's job easier, they provide increased safety in traffic. At the TU Darmstadt, a system...   » more
Rear Axle System with Multifunctional Variability Rear Axle System with Multifunctional Variability
A new rear axle system should rival the traditional multi-link rear suspension and short-long arm rear axle designs with regard to the performance required. A modular rear axle that combines high...   » more


BorgWarnerTata Steel

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

Home Springer Vieweg Media Service Privacy Policy Imprint Contact

© Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH 2016