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Light vehicle gas and particle emissions : results of the Rhapsodie project.

Abstract : The Rhapsodie project, selected within the framework of the 2017 ADEME Cortea call for projects and conducted by IFPEN in partnership with INERIS, was completed in April 2020. The objective was to evaluate gas and particle emissions -regulated or otherwise -from passenger cars of the same model –1 diesel version equipped with an SCR on filter function and 1 gasoline version equipped with a particulate filter, both vehicles meeting Euro 6 d-TEMP standards, and 1 gasoline version without a filter, Euro 6b-accredited. The evaluations were conducted on an IFPEN rolling test bench over a cumulative distance of around 6,500 km. The impacts of different powertrains and associated exhaust gas after-treatments start conditions (ambient/hot) and particulate filter regeneration phases were quantified. Conversely, no significant effect of the Stop & Start function on emissions was observed.
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Stéphane Raux, Mickael Leblanc, Alexandre Albinet. Light vehicle gas and particle emissions : results of the Rhapsodie project.. 2021. ⟨hal-03635787v2⟩

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