The influence of the driving style according to the principles of eco-driving on the emission of toxic substances from a light utility vehicle

Authors

  • Maciej Andrzejewski Rail Vehicles Institute „TABOR” Poznan
  • Mateusz Nowak Rail Vehicles Institute „TABOR” Poznan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24136/atest.2019.121

Keywords:

driving style, eco-driving, road tests, exhaust emissions

Abstract

The article presents the results of measurements of exhaust emissions of commercial vehicle in real traffic conditions. The aim of this study was to determine how the driving style affects on the exhaust emissions from vehicle engine. The determinants were the measurements of the concentration of main toxic substances emitted to the atmosphere from the power unit of the tested vehicle. In the measurements a portable exhaust emission analyzer was used (PEMS type).

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2019-06-30

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