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Responses of a Resistive Soot Sensor to Different Mono-Disperse Soot Aerosols

Abstract : Since 2011, the Euro 5b European standard limits the particle number (PN) emissions in addition to the particulate mass (PM) emissions. New thermal engine equipped vehicles also have to auto-diagnose their own particulate filter (Diesel particulate filter or gasoil particulate filter) using on-board diagnostic (OBD) sensors. Accumulative resistive soot sensors seem to be good candidates for PM measurements. The aim of this study is to bring more comprehension about soot microstructures construction in order to link the response of such a sensor to particle size and concentration. The sensor sensitivity to the particle size has been studied using successively an electrostatic and an aerodynamic classification, showing the same trend.
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Adrien Reynaud, Mickael Leblanc, Stéphane Zinola, Philippe Breuil, Jean-Paul Viricelle. Responses of a Resistive Soot Sensor to Different Mono-Disperse Soot Aerosols. Sensors, MDPI, 2019, 19 (3), pp.705. ⟨10.3390/s19030705⟩. ⟨hal-02072541⟩



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