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Traffic related air pollution and internal combustion engines.


Traffic related air pollution and internal combustion engines.

Ed. by Sergey Demidov and Jacques Bonnet.

Nova Science Publishers


422 pages



Air, water and soil science and technology


Research collected from around the world reports on models for predicting air pollution emissions and fuel consumption. There is also research on alternative fuels such as syngas and hydrogen-fueled internal combustion engines. Some specific topics include snowmobile pollution in North America, data on traffic-related air pollution in Taiwan from 1994 to 2006, mobile laboratories for particle and gaseous pollutants, and benzene exposure and cancer in traffic policemen in Bangkok. Engine and fuel areas examined include thermal efficiency of hydrogen combustion engines, dynamics of pressure fluctuations in internal combustion engines, and syngas production by partial oxidation. Information on the editors is not given.

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Date:Mar 1, 2010
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