We have demonstrated the usefulness of a trapping-filter trapping-low temperature burning scheme for diesel particulate materials (DPM) aftertreatment in an actual diesel exhaust gas using a dielectric barrier discharge (DBD). The DPM trapped by a mesh electrode were decomposed to CO and CO2 molecules using the DBD. Simultaneous decomposition of the DPM and nitric oxides in diesel exhaust gas is also presented.
|Number of pages
|Institute of Physics Conference Series
|Published - 2004
|Electrostatics 2003 - Proceedings of the Electrostatics Conference of the Institute of Physics - Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: Mar 23 2003 → Mar 27 2003
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- General Physics and Astronomy