SHOW NEWS: TSI develops new engine exhaust particle sizer

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TSI has developed a solution to leverage particle size data for new engines to meet RDE PN standards due to recent changes in regulatory compliance efforts. The control of both NOx and particle number emissions via the real driving emissions rule is pushing OEMs to expand measurement techniques, to optimize emissions control components to meet these new standards. Employing real time particle spectrometers to support decisions on engine design, aftertreatment systems design, fuel type and lubrication to comply with these stringent regulations under a wider range of engine operating conditions and test cycles.

At Automotive Testing Expo in Novi, Michigan, TSI will present its engine exhaust particle sizer which is able to measure particle emissions from 5.6 up to 560nm with a time resolution of 10Hz. It can be used for many applications such as investigating lubricant type, engine components that can affect the size distribution (injectors, EGR valve, piston design), and of course, the engine after treatment process such as GPF and DPF technology.

Learn more about the technology at the show (booth 14030), which takes places at The Suburban Collection Showplace, October 24-26. Company representative Bob Anderson, global product manager, will be on hand to assist with any queries. Purchase your ticket now!

September 28, 2017

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John joined UKi Media & Events in 2012 and has worked across a range of B2B titles within the company's automotive, marine and entertainment divisions. Currently editor of Automotive Testing Technology International, Crash Test Technology International and Electric & Hybrid Marine Technology International, John co-ordinates the day-the-day operations of each magazine, from commissioning and writing to editing and signing-off, as well managing web content. Aside from the magazines, John also serves as co-chairman of the annual Electric & Hybrid Marine Awards and can be found sniffing out stories throughout the halls of several of UKI's industry-leading expo events.

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