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|Title: ||The vehicle emissions and performance monitoring system: analysis of tailpipe emissions and vehicle performance|
|Authors: ||Noland, Robert B.|
Ochieng, Washington Y.
Quddus, Mohammed A.
North, Robin J.
Polak, John W.
|Keywords: ||Emissions monitoring|
|Issue Date: ||2004|
|Publisher: ||© Taylor & Francis|
|Citation: ||NOLAND, R.B....et al., 2004. The vehicle emissions and performance monitoring system: analysis of tailpipe emissions and vehicle performance. Transportation Planning and Technology, 27(6), pp. 431 - 447.|
|Abstract: ||This paper describes tailpipe emission results generated by the Vehicle Performance and Emissions Monitoring system (VPEMS). VPEMS integrates on-board emissions and vehicle/driver performance measurements with positioning and communications technologies, to transmit a coherent spatio-temporally referenced dataset to a central base station in near real time. These results focus on relationships between tailpipe emissions of CO, CO2, NOx and speed and acceleration. Emissions produced by different driving modes are also presented. Results are generally as one would expect, showing variation between vehicle speed, vehicle acceleration and emissions. Data is based upon a test run in central London on urban streets with speeds not exceeding about 65 km/h. The results presented demonstrate the capabilities of the system. Various issues remain with regard to validation of the data and expansion of the system capability to obtain additional vehicle performance data.|
|Description: ||This is an electronic version of an article published in NOLAND, R.B....et al., 2004. The vehicle emissions and performance monitoring system: analysis of tailpipe emissions and vehicle performance. Transportation Planning and Technology, 27(6), pp. 431 - 447. [Transportation Planning and Technology] is available online at:
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles (Civil and Building Engineering)|
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