Agenda, Presentations and Posters of the 23rd Conference


23rd ETH-Conference on Combustion Generated Nanoparticles

June 17th - 20th, 2019 at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Focus Event:
Not just Soot and Diesel alone – Detox of all Combustion Engines has to be the Goal

 

Agenda of Presentations

Tuesday June 18th 2019

Welcome 09.00-09.10  
Burtscher Heinz / FHNW, Switzerland
Welcome
   
Opening Address 09.10-09.20  
Bona Gian-Luca Prof. Dr. / CEO EMPA Dübendorf, Switzerland Greetings   pdf
Housekeeping 09.20-09.30  
Barro Christophe / ETH ZURICH, Switzerland
Housekeeping
   
Key Lecture 09.30-10.00  

Lienemann Wolfgang Prof. Dr. theol. / University Berne, Switzerland
Environmental Ethics in the High Risk Society (key lecture, pdf)

  pdf
COFFEE BREAK 10.00-10.30
Session 1: Emission Control of Diesel and Gasoline Vehicles
Chair: Schegk Claus-Detlef
10.30-12.10  
Barro Christophe / ETH Zürich, Switzerland
A Virtual Gasoline Particle Sensor for Direct Injection Spark Ignition Engines
  pdf
Engelmann Danilo / AFHB BHF Bern, Switzerland
Phlegmatisation of a Combustion Engine for Reduction of Particle Transient Emissions
  pdf
Abedi Hamid Reza / Sharif University Tehran, Iran
Investigation of Non-volatile Nanoparticle Emission of Diesel-Natural Gas RCCI Combustion
  pdf
Shukla Pravesh Chandra / Indian Institute of Technology, Bhilai, India
Influence of Exhaust Gas Recirculation, Fuel Rail Pressure and Inlet Air Temperature on the Par-ticle Number Emission from a Compression Ignition Engine Fueled with Hydro-treated Vegetable Oil
   
Thawko Andy / Technion Haifa, Israel
Particle Emissions of Direct Injection IC Engine Fed with a Hydrogen-rich Gaseous Fuel
  pdf
LUNCH 12.10-13.10
Session 2: Aircraft and Airports
Chair: Hüglin Christoph
13.10-14.40  
Rindlisbacher Theo / BAZL Switzerland
The First Global Regulatory Limits for Aircraft Engine Particle Mass and Number Emissions
  pdf
Schripp Tobias, DLR Germany
"Real Driving Emission" Measurements at Frankfurt Airport
  pdf
Fushimi Akihiro / National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
Jet Engine Lubrication Oil as Major Component of Aircraft Exhaust Nanoparticles
  pdf
Habre Rima / University of Southern California, USA
Short-Term Effects of Airport-Associated Ultrafine Particle Exposure on Lung Function and In-flammation in Adults with Asthma
 

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COFFEE BREAK and
POSTER SESSION:
Posters of the sessions 1-7
14.40-16.20  
Session 3: Wood-, Coal-, Soot Combustion and Fundamentals
Chair: D'Urbano Giovanni
16.20-18.00  
Korzeniewska Anna / AGH University Krakow, Poland
Emission of Heavy Metals and Solid Particles from Domestic Wood Combustion Processes
  pdf
Hartmann Ingo / DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH, Germany
Measurement and Reducing Particulate Number Emission at Single Room Wood Log Stoves
  pdf
Kelesidis Georgios A. / ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Internal and External Soot Oxidation
  pdf
Friebel Franz / ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Cloud Droplet Activity of Soot Particles after Long-term Exposure to Ozone and α-Pinene
  pdf
Kittelson David / University of Minnesota, USA
Particle Effective Density Measurements: Alternative Approaches
 

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APERITIF offered by the EXHIBITORS
from 18.00

 

Wednesday June 19th, 2019

Session 4: Metrology sub 23 nm Particles
Chair: Burtscher Heinz
08.30-09.50  
Andersson Jon / RICARDO, Shoreham, UK
Update on Sub-23nm Exhaust Particle Number Emissions Using the DownToTen Sampling and Measurement Systems
  pdf
Rüggeberg Tobias / FHNW – ISE, Windisch, Switzerland
Measuring Combustion Emissions down to 10 nm with DC-sensors
  pdf
Kreutziger Philipp / HORIBA, Germany
The PEMs4Nano Project: Measuring Engine Emissions below 23 nm
  pdf
Zinola Stéphane / IFP, Lyon, France
SUREAL-23 Project : Measurement of sub-23 nm Particles on Gasoline Direct Injection Engine under Various Conditions.
  pdf

COFFEE BREAK and
POSTER SESSION:
Posters of the sessions 8+9
09.50-10.40  
Session 5: Particle Metrology
Chair: Bischof Oliver
10.40-12.20  
Bertò Michele / Paul Scherrer Institut, Würenlingen, Switzerland
Evaluation of Black Carbon Measurements Performances of the New Single Particle Soot Pho-tometer - Extended Range (SP2-XR)
  pdf
Duca Dumitru / University of Lille, France
A Novel Methodology for the Analysis of the Particulate/gas Phase Partitioning in Combustion Emissions
  pdf
Keller Alejandro / FHNW, Windisch, Switzerland
Stand-alone System for Reliable Determination of Carbonaceous Aerosol
  pdf
Khalek Imad / Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, USA
State of Spark-Plug Sized Exhaust Sensors for Real World Emissions Monitoring
  pdf
Cifuentes Luis / Pontificia Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile
A Methodological Proposal to Estimate Emissions Deterioration in Real-world driving Conditions, on Gasoline Passenger Cars Fleet in Santiago de Chile
   
LUNCH 12.20-13.20
An Open Word
13.30-13.40  
Künzli Nino / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute Basel, Switzerland
Bringing Science back to Clean Air Policy Making - a Response to Fakes Celebrated by (a Few) Media in Germany
  pdf
Session 6A: Health Effects of Ultrafine Particles
Chair: Rothen-Rutishauser Barbara
13.40-15.10  
Probst-Hensch Nicole / Swiss TPH, University of Basel, Switzerland
Ultrafine Particles and Health - the Urban Exposome Perspective
Keynote 1 pdf
Weichenthal Scott / McGill University, Montreal Canada
Emerging Health Impacts of Within-City Spatial Variations in Ambient Ultrafine Particles and Deep Learning for Environmental Exposure Assessment
Keynote 2 pdf
Zaira Leni / University of Bern, Switzerland
The Role of Laboratory-generated Soot Particles in Respiratory Health Impairment
  pdf
Bisig Christoph / Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany
A Step towards Standardization of Air-Liquid Interface Exposures Using a Model Diesel Aerosol
 

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COFFEE BREAK and
POSTER SESSION:
Posters of the sessions 10-14
15.10-16.40  
Session 6B: Respiratory and Non-respiratory Effects Due to Nanoparticles
Chair: Müller Loretta
16.40-18.10  
Cavelti-Weder Claudia / University of Basel, Switzerland
Air Pollution-induced Diabetes is Mediated via Macrophages in the Gut
Keynote 1 pdf
Lademann Jürgen / Klinik für Dermatologie, Venerologie und Allergologie, Charité Berlin, Germany
Decontamination of the Skin from Environmental Pollutants
Keynote 2 pdf
Dijkhoff Irini / University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Simulating the Impact of Diesel Exhaust Particles on Human Skin Using a 3D in Vitro Epidermal Model
  pdf
Kooter Ingeborg / TNO, The Netherlands
A Role for in Vitro Inhalation Studies in the Evaluation of the Toxicity of Emissions from Combus-tion Processes
 

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Aperitif
DINNER PARTY invited by Sponsors
Speaker: Dr. Imad A. Khalek / SWRI San Antonio, USA
18.10
19.00
 

 

Thursday, June 20th 2019

Session 7: New Periodic Technical Inspection NPTI
Chair: Lutz Thomas
08.30-10.10  
Burtscher Heinz / FHNW / Windisch, Switzerland
The Need for a Periodic Inspection of Vehicle Emissions
  pdf
Kadijk Gerrit / TNO, Delft, The Netherlands
Update Dutch PTI DPF Test procedure and Deterioration of Older Gasoline Vehicles
  pdf
Mayer Andreas / TTM, Niederrohrdorf, Switzerland
Periodic Emission Inspection of SCR-equipped Cars and Trucks
  pdf
Rönkkö Topi / Tampere University, Finland
Feasibility of Diffusion Chargers for Particle Emission Measurement in Periodical Inspection
  pdf
De Meyer Philippe / GOCA, Belgium
New Fine Particle Emission Measurement for the Assessment of the Quality of the Particulate Filter During the Periodic Inspection of Diesel Vehicles
 

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Poster Award Ceremony
Bischof
Oliver
10.10-10.20 >>
Troyan Horse Award Ceremony
Schiltknecht
Jacques
10.20-10.30 >>
COFFEE BREAK 10.30-11.00
Session 8: Particle Filters and deNox Technologies
Chair: Mayer Andreas
11.00-12.20  
Czerwinski Jan / AFHB, Biel, Switzerland
PN Emissions of Passengers Cars – Potential of GPF's
  pdf
Køcks Morten / Danish Technological Institute, Aarhus, Denmark
Retrofitting a Danish Inland Ferry with DPF: Reduction in Particle Emissions, Noise, and Implica-tion on the Ambient Environment
  pdf
Maggiore Maurizio / EU Commission, DG Research and Innovation, Brussels, Belgium
Retrofits: An Effective Stopgap Solution for Current and Future Air Quality Problems? The Results of the EU Prize for the Cleanest Engine Retrofit
  pdf
Yamamoto Kazuhiro / Nagoya University, Japan
Evaluation of Pressure Drop during Filtration of Gasoline Particulate Filter
  pdf
LUNCH 12.20-13.20
FOCUS-Event: Not just Diesel-Soot → Detox all Combustion Engines
Introduction and Chair: Mayer Andreas
13.30- 16.20
pdf
Section I 13.30-14.40  
Czerwinski Jan / AFHB, Biel, Switzerland
Physical Properties of Particles are Co-responsible for Toxic Effects
  pdf
Heeb Norbert / EMPA, Dübendorf, Switzerland
Adsorbate Chemistry of Combustion Generated Nanoparticles from Diesel and Gasoline Engines
  pdf
Rothen-Rutishauser Barbara / University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Point of View of a Biologist on Combustion Engine Exhaust – Current Knowledge of Adverse Effects and Underlying Cellular Mechanisms
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK 14.40-15.10
Section II 15.10-16.20  
Hüglin Christoph / EMPA Dübendorf, Switzerland
Regulations for Vehicle Emissions and Ambient Air Quality – Is there a Need for Harmonization?
  pdf
Hensel Volker / VERT, Heidelberg, Germany
Fleet – Upgrade, an Absolute Must to Clean Urban Air
  pdf
Mayer Andreas / TTM, Niederrohrdorf, Switzerland
Emission Reduction Measures Recommended for "Post Euro 6"
  pdf
Closing Remarks: Prof. Dr. Boulouchos Konstantinos    
End of the 23rd ETH-NPC 16.30

 

Posters

Poster Session 1: Emission Control of Diesel and Gasoline Vehicles
   
Casanova Jesús, INSIA Madrid
Experience Using a Diffusion Charging Particle Counter in a Euro V Diesel City Bus in Madrid. Influence of the Transient Conditions on PN Emission Factors.
  pdf
Cho Jaeho, Korea University
Comparative Study on Regulated Emissions and Size-resolved Particle Emissions from Light-duty Truck Equipped with Common Rail Direct Injection (CRDI) Diesel and Turbocharged LPG Direct Injection (T-LPDi) Engine under Various Vehicle Test Conditions.
  pdf
Duca Dumitru, University of Lille
Size-selective Sampling and Chemical Characterization of Ultra-fine Particulate Matter Emitted by a Direct Injection Single Cylinder Gasoline Engine
  pdf
Koch Sergej, KIT Karlsruhe
Reactivity of Particles from Gasoline Direct Injection Engine
  pdf
Morales Betancourt Ricardo, Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Ultra-fine Particles Emission Factors for the BRT Fleet in Bogota: A Base-line for the Evaluation of a Fleet Renewal Project
   
Nakamura Kazuki, AVL Japan
Solid Particle Number Emissions of Gasoline Direct Injection Vehicles from CVS Versus Raw Ex-haust Sampling
  pdf
Sharma Nikhil, Chalmers
Particle Size Distribution and Semi-Volatile Components from Gasoline and Oxygenated Fuels
   
Wozniak Marek, Lodz University Poland
The Effect of TiO2 Amount in Engine Oil on Composition of Carbon Deposits and the Friction Co-efficient in the Contact Zone between them and Valve Head Material
  pdf
Yu Young Soo, Korea National University of Transportation
Emissions Characteristics for Data Analysis Methods of Light-duty Diesel Vehicle on Real Driving Emissions Test
  pdf

Poster Session 2: Aircraft and Airports
 
Anet Julien, ZHAW
Do Unregulated Aircraft Engines Really Emit much Higher Non-volatile PM Mass and Number than Regulated Ones?
   
Fleuti Emanuel, Zürich Airport
Ultrafine Particle Measurements at Zurich Airport
  pdf
Murtonen Timo, VTT Finland
Non-volatile Particle Number Emissions from Light- and Heavy-duty Vehicles and Marine Engines
  pdf
Netkueakul Woranan, EMPA/ETH
Characterization of Aerosol Released from the Combustion of Nanoparticle-Containing Materials
  pdf
Saitoh Katsumi, ESAR Japan
Characteristics of Chemical Composition for Ultrafine Particle Collected at Narita International Airport
  pdf
Simon Matthew, University of Boston
Using Machine Learning to Investigate Ultrafine Particle Emissions from Arriving Aircraft at Near-Airport and Background Sites
   

Poster Session 3: Biomass Combustion
 
Barrios Carmen, CIEMAT
Influence of the Use of Oxygenated Additives on the Particle Emissions of a Euro 3 Urban Bus from the Current Fleet in the City of Seville
  pdf
Marczak Marta, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
The Influence of Boiler Type, Hg and As Content in Combusted Coal on the Content of these El-ements in Chimney Soot as a Source of Air Pollution
  pdf

Poster Session 4: Metrology of sub 23 nm Particles
 
Vanhanen Joonas, AIRMODUS
High Number Concentration of Non-volatile Sub-3nm Aerosol Particles Emitted by Gasoline Direct Injection Engine
  pdf

Poster Session 5: Particle Metrology and Chemical Characterization
 
Corbin Joel, National Research
Council Canada Detection of Tar Brown Carbon with the Single Particle Soot Photometer (SP2)
   
Jeong Jun Woo, Korea National University of Transportation
A Correlation Analysis of between PEMS and SEMS According to Develop SEMS Device
  pdf
Kammerer Matteo, Robert Bosch
A Compact and Mobile Optical Particle Counting Sensor Based on Continuous Wave Laser-induced Incandescence
  pdf
Khan M. Yusuf, Cummins
Evaluation of Horiba PN-PEMS against PMP Based PN Systems for Heavy Duty Diesel Engines
   
Lowther Scott, Lancaster University
Low Cost PM Sensors; are they Suitable for Measuring Subtle Particle Variations in Ambient or Indoor Air?
  pdf
Pacura Wiktor, AGH University of Science and Technology
Gasoline Exhaust Filtration as a Valid Method of Obtaining Particulate Matter for Further Analysis.
  pdf
Sakurai Hiromu, AIST
Accuracy of Particle Size Distribution and Number Concentration Measured by the Engine Ex-haust Particle Sizer (EEPS) Spectrometer for Particles in the Size Range from 6 nm to 300 nm
  pdf
Visser Bradley, FHNW
Investigation of the Effects of Humidity and Volatile Coatings on the Photothermal Interferometry Signal
  pdf

Poster Session 6: Health Effects
 
Cheng Tsun-Jen, National Taiwan
University Respiratory Mutagenicity and Inflammation Induced by Size-segregation Ambient Particles in Mice: Do ultrafine particles cause greater toxicity?
   
Decrue Fabienne, University Children's Hospital Basel
Exposure to Moderate Air Pollution and Associations with Lung Function at School-age: A Birth Cohort Study
  pdf
Karg Erwin W., Helmholtz Zentrum München
Why Detoxing All Combustion Engines? A Computer Model Approach to Regional Lung Deposition
  pdf
Mayer Andreas, TTM
Particle Surface to Characterize Biologic Activity - but which One?
  pdf
Streibel Thorsten, University of Rostock
Implications of Photochemical Ageing for Source Apportionment and Health Effects of Wood Combustion Aerosol
  pdf
Vasilatou Konstantina, METAS
Metrology for Mitigating Adverse Health Effects from Airborne Particulate Pollutants: The EMPIR AeroTox Project
  pdf
Vojtisek Lom Michal, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
Portable Exhaust Toxicity System Concept: Compact Air-liquid Interface Exposure System for Dynamic Engine Operation
  pdf

Poster Session 7: New Periodic Technical Inspection NPTI
 
Booker David, SENSORS
Development of a Portable Particle Number Field Calibration Methodology / Instrument for the Anticipated EU PN Periodic Technical Inspection Regulations
   
Czerwinski Jan, AFHB
Considerations of Periodical Technical Inspection of Vehicles with deNOx Systems
  pdf
Multari Antonio, MAHA
Emission Testing under Load for Pollutants e.g. NOx and PN
   
Pucher Ernst, TU Wien
Validation of a Universal Short-Test Procedure for PN and NOx by RDE Measurements
  pdf
Spielvogel Jürgen, TSI
Measurement of Ultrafine Particle Emissions from Passenger Cars
  pdf
Vojtisek Lom Michal, Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague
Detection of Nanoparticles in Workplace Using Inexpensive Instrument Based on Ionization-type Smoke Detector
  pdf

Poster Session 8: Particle Filter and deNOx Technologies
 
He Weidong, ETH Zürich
The Filtration Performance of Electret PTFE Filter during Soot Particles Loading and Reusability
  pdf
Hu Zhiyuan, Tongji University, China
Effect of Temperature on Oxidation Reactivity and Nanostructure of Particulate Matter from a Chi-na Ⅵ GDI Vehicle
  pdf
Jensen Thomas Nørregaard and Koust Stig, Danish Technological Institute
Real-time Measurements of Cost-efficient Filter Solutions for Small Construction Machines
  pdf
Kureti Sven, University of Freiberg
Soot Oxidation on Manganese Oxide Catalysts in Gasoline Exhaust
   
La Rocca Antonio, University of Nottingham
Copper Leaching from the Fuel Line of a HPCR DI Diesel Engines and its Effect on Combustion Characteristics and Particulate Emissions
  pdf
Schwanzer Peter, OTH Regensburg
Oxidation Kinetics Determination of GDI Engine Soot by a Radio-Frequency Sensor
  pdf
Walter Stefanie, University Bayreuth
Simulative Modelling of the Location Dependent Soot Distribution in Gasoline Particle Filters and their Influence to the Soot Mass Determination by Radio Frequency and Differential Pressure Sensors
  pdf

Poster Session 9: Ambient Air
 
Bémer Denis, INRS
Measurement of Ultrafine Particles during Repair Works in Railway Tunnels
  pdf
Jain Srishti, CSIR Laboratory
Seasonal Variability of PM2.5 Composition and its Sources over Delhi, India
  pdf
Lawrence Alfred, Isabella Thoburn College India
Exposure of Heavy Metals and Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Indoor Environment: Assessing health Impacts in Lucknow
  pdf
Lintusaari Henna, Tampere University, Finland
Non-volatile Sub-23 nm Particle Concentrations in a Busy Street Canyon
  pdf
Lonati Giovanni, Politecnico di Milano
Black Carbon Concentration Levels along Pedestrian Routes in Milan
  pdf
Mahrt Fabian, ETH Zürich
The Impact of Cloud Processing on the Ice Nucleation Abilities of Soot Particles at Cirrus Temperatures
  pdf
Mayer Andreas, TTM PM
Ambient Must be Specified by EC like PM Tailpipe by PN
  pdf
Molden Nick, Emissions Analytics
Comparative Ratings of Vehicles for Ultrafine Particle Exposure in the Cabin
  pdf
Phairuang Worradorn, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand
Ambient Nano-aerosol and Carbon Components in Thailand
   
Press-Kristensen Kaare, Danish Ecological Council
Indoor Air Pollution with Ultrafine Particles from Stoves
  pdf
Sioutas Constantinos, University Southern, California
Impact of Emissions from Fossil Fuel and Biomass Burning on Ambient Concentrations of Black Carbon (BC) in the Milan Metropolitan Area
  pdf

Poster Session 10: Enforcement and Post-Euro-6-Legislation
 
Goel Vikas, CSIR-National Physical Lab
Effect of Road Space Rationing Policy on PM Characteristics: A case study over Delhi
  pdf
Mayer Andreas, TTM
White Spots on the Emission Reduction Roadmap
  pdf

Poster Session 11: Environmental Impact and Global Warming
 
Helmers Eckard, University Trier
Power and Mass Growth of Popular Cars since 1980 and Resulting Efficiency Losses
  pdf

Poster Session 12: Nanoparticles Formation and Transformation
 
Corbin Joel, National Research Council Canada
Characterization of the Argonaut Miniature Inverted Soot Generator with Various Fuel Mixtures
   
Ess Michaela, METAS
Optical and Morphological Characterization of "miniCAST 5201 BC"-soot
  pdf
Keller Alejandro, FHNW
The Synthetic Carbonaceous Atmospheric Aerosol (SCAA) Generator: Towards the Creation of an Atmospheric Aerosol Standard
  pdf
Saturno Jorge, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt
Comparison of Different Soot Generators: Towards a Standard Reference Material for Aerosol Absorption
  pdf
Szramowiat-Sala Katarzyna, AGH University, Krakow
The Effect of Fuel Applied on the Chemical Composition of PM Generated in Combustion Pro-cesses – the Preliminary Case Study
  pdf

Poster Session 13: Secondary Emissions
 
Karavalakis Georgios, University of California
Effects of Ethanol and Aromatic Levels on Primary Emissions and Secondary Organic Aerosol (SOA) Formation from GDI Vehicles
   

Poster Session 14: Fundamentals
 
Abegg Sebastian, ETH Zürich
Highly Sensitive NO2 Detector for Selective Air Pollution Monitoring
  pdf
Bennett Anthony, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Thermophoretic Sampling of a Pressurized Non-premixed Ethylene/nitrogen Laminar Co-flow Flame
   
Guo Yi, Queensland University of Technology / Australia
Diesel Soot Thermal Decomposition Investigation Based on Chemical Structure
  pdf
Kelesidis Georgios A., ETH Zürich
Impact of Organic Carbon on Soot Light Absorption
  pdf
Kelesidis Georgios A., ETH Zürich
Impact of Humidity on Silica Nanoparticle Agglomerate Structure and Size Distribution
  pdf
Kholghy Reza, ETH Zürich
Soot Optical Properties in Premixed Flames
  pdf
Kholghy Reza, ETH Zürich
Simplified Coagulation Dynamics of Agglomerates at Self-Preservation
  pdf
Baden Ane Kristine, Danish Techn. Institute
Production of Fine-tuned Nano-catalysts for Exhaust Emission Treatment: The Potential of Super-critical Flow Synthesis
   
Li Zepeng KAUST, Saudi Arabia
A Theoretical Study of PAHs Growth by Phenylacetylene Addition
  pdf
Liu Peng, KAUST, Saudi Arabia
Soot Nucleation Triggered by PAH with Vinyl Radical Substitution
   
Mahamuni Gaurav, University of Washington-Seattle
Fluorescence Spectroscopy Based Sensing of Combustion Generated Particulate Matter
   
Šperka Jiri, Czech Metrology Institute
Characterization of Collected Aerosol Carbonaceous Particles Using Atomic Force Microscopy
  pdf
Wendelspiess Stephan, ETH Zürich
Evolution of Surface Fractal Dimension during Coagulation and Surface Growth with a Monodis-perse Population Balance Model
  pdf
Weber Ines, ETH Zürich
Highly Selective Formaldehyde Detection with Zeolite Membranes for Indoor Air Quality Monitoring
  pdf
Ciajolo Anna, CNR
The Common Thread Between Fuel, Hydrocarbon, Soot Structure and its Oxidation Reactivity
  pdf
Schriefl Mario, Reinisch Tristan, AVL Ditest
Calibration of a particle number sensor for PTI measurements based on pulsed-mode diffusion charging
  pdf
Di Iorio Silvana, Istituto Motori
Understanding of Sub-23 nm Particle Emissions from PFI/DI SI Engines Fueled with Gasoline, Ethanol and Blend
  pdf
Zijlstra Burcu, Stat Peel AG
Sensing Solution for Airborne Carbon Nanotube and Carbon Black Exposure based on Raman Spectroscopy
  pdf
Polacik Jan, Biomass combustion
Experimental Investigation of Concentration and Size Distribution of Fine Combustion Particles Emitted by Boiler under Various Operation Conditions Small Biomass
  pdf
Baltzopoulou Penelope, CERTH / CPERI / APTL, Greece
Investigation of the correlation between a prototype Advanced Halfmini DMA and a commercial SMPS for combustion-generated solid sub-23 nm particles measurement
  pdf
Payne Simon, Cambustion
Multi-Instrument Characterization of Particulate Emissions from a Gasoline Direction Injection Engine: Investigation of Size, Volatility and Density
  pdf
Ligterink N.E Kadijk Gerrit, TNO
Smart Emission Measurement System (SEMS) for real-world driving emissions monitoring
  pdf