Instrumentation and Techniques for Measuring Emissions
Carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and oxygen are expressed as percent of the sample volume.
Nitric oxide and nitrogen dioxide as volume parts of NO (or NO2) per million volume parts of the sample (ppm). The total of NO + NO2 is desigated NO x .
KeywordsEmission Measurement Diesel Exhaust Driving Cycle Sample Flow Rate Chromotropic Acid
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