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aftertreatment

(af'ter-tret?ment)
Secondary care following the primary treatment regimen.
See: aftercare
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[USPRwire, Tue Aug 13 2019] An automotive exhaust aftertreatment system is an advanced active emissions control system, which reduces the hazardous emissions up to 90% from the emissions.
[ClickPress, Wed Aug 14 2019] An automotive exhaust aftertreatment system is an advanced active emissions control system, which reduces the hazardous emissions up to 90% from the emissions.
The C13B will be available with engine-mounted aftertreatment and installed radiators from the factory, offering plug and play solutions that minimize machine design, validation and installation costs.
Caption: The post-EPA 2010 era has yielded single exhaust aftertreatment packages combining nitrogen oxide-treating selective catalytic reduction and diesel exhaust fluid dosing devices with diesel particulate filters.
Southwest Research Institute, an independent, nonprofit, applied research and development organization based in San Antonio, Texas, is introducing the second phase of its Advanced Combustion Catalyst and Aftertreatment Technologies II (AC2AT-II) consortium.
Caterpillar said that the C13B's transparent aftertreatment regeneration maximises uptime, while improvements in fuel consumption minimises cost of ownership.
For the 1st aftertreatment method, the samples were stirred in distilled water for 10 min, followed by drying at 100 [degrees]C for 5 min.
Both HVO fuel and diesel fuel were measured for their particle size distribution from the upstream and downstream of the engine exhaust aftertreatment system using DMS 500.
In order to meet the T2B2 or T3B30 emission levels, an aftertreatment system capable of at least 99% conversion in N[O.sub.x] and 99.5% conversion in NMOG is required for the same engine out emissions as the base engine.
The engine features a matching exhaust aftertreatment system that complies with forthcoming European Union Stage V emissions regulations.
In addition to complying with U.S Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Tier 4 emission regulations, they also meet future European Union (EU) Stage V regulations using only internal engine technology--no exhaust aftertreatment required.
The sensor provides flexibility to engine and aftertreatment system designers when attempting to meet increasingly stringent emissions regulations and fuel efficiency standards.