Analysis of Thermal Processes in Catalytic Particulate Filters
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Mathematical simulation of accumulation of soot particles and oxidative regeneration of a particulate filter based on catalytically active materials is performed. The influence of parameters of the model considered on dynamics of these processes is studied.
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