Download Papers and Posters of the 18th Conference


18th ETH Conference on Combustion Generated Nanoparticles,

June 22nd – 25th, 2014, ETH Zurich, Switzerland

FOCUS-Event: Field Inspection of Vehicle Emissions with Particle Number-based Instrumentation

 

Agenda of Presentations
Monday June 23rd 2014    
Welcome 09.00-09.20  
Boulouchos K. / ETHZ, Switzerland
Welcome
   
Barro Chr. / ETHZ, Switzerland
Housekeeping
   
     
Opening Address 09.20-09.30  
Guzzella L. / Rector ETHZ, Switzerland    
     
Key-Lectures 09.30-10.20  
Zellner R. / University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Strategies for Research and Policies to Reduce Health Effects From Fine Particles in Ambient Air
  pdf
Mayer A. / TTM, Switzerland
Request for BAT-Level of All In-Use Engines – a New Challenge for the OEM
  pdf
     
COFFEE BREAK 10.20-10.50  
   
Session 1: Fundamentals
Chair: Burtscher H.
10.50-12.10  
Arnold F. / Max Planck Institute, Germany
Combustion mediated Sulfate Nanoparticle Formation at the Tropopause:
  pdf
Yamamoto K. / Nagoya University, Japan
Size Distribution and Oxidation Rate of Carbon Nanoparticles
  pdf
Goudeli E. / ETHZ, Switzerland
Coagulation of Fractal-like Aerosols in the Transition Regime
  pdf
Kook S. / University of New South Wales, Australia
In-Flame Soot Particles in an Automotive-Size Diesel Engine
  pdf
     
LUNCH 12.10-13.10  
   
Session 2A: Combustion Engine Emissions
Chair: Lutz Th.
13.10-14.30  
Barro Chr. / ETHZ, Switzerland
Soot Reduction Mechanisms Using Post-Injections under Varying EGR Conditions
  pdf
Rodriguez F. / Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Particle Number Measurements of a CNG Euro VI Bus Operating in Bogotá for Public Transport
  pdf
Bielaczyc P. / BOSMAL Poland
Particulate Emissions from Passenger Cars with DISI Engines Tested at Sub-Zero Temperatures
  pdf
Stettler M.E.J. / University of Cambridge UK
Nanoparticle Emissions from Heavy Duty Dual-Fuel Diesel and Natural Gas Engines
  pdf
     
Short Break    
   
Session 2B: Combustion Engine Emissions
Chair: Barro Chr.
14.40-16.00  
Vojtišek M. / Czech Technical University
Measurement of Particle Emissions from Small Engines During Real World Operation
  pdf
Di Iorio S. / Istituto Motori CNR, Italy
Experimental Investigation of Ethanol-Gasoline Dual-Fuel on Particle Emissions of a Small Engine
  pdf
Karjalainen P. / Tampere University, Finland
Exhaust Particles Formed During Engine Braking of GDI Vehicles
  pdf
Khalek I.A. / SWRI, USA
Solid Particle Number and Size and Ash Emissions from Vehicles During Engine Start-Up
  pdf
     
COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION 16.00-17.20  
   
Session 2C: Combustion Engine Emissions
Chair: Czerwinski J.
17.20-18.40  
Kittelson D. / University of Minnesota, USA
Nanoparticle Emissions from a Second Generation Biofuel: DME
  pdf
Brem B. / EMPA, Switzerland
Variability in non-Volatile Particulate Mass and Number Emissions of Aircraft Turbine Engines
  pdf
Liati, A. / EMPA, Switzerland
Electron Microscopic Analysis of Metal-bearing Particle Emissions from Diesel Engines
  pdf
Okamura K. / Toyota, Japan
Chemical Composition of the Size-Classified Nanoparticle Exhausted from Gasoline Vehicle
  pdf
     
APERITIF offered by EXHIBITORS 18.40  
     
Tuesday June 24th, 2014  
Session 3: Instrumentation
Chair: Bischof O.
08.00-09.20  
Hagen D. / Missouri University USA
PM Line Loss Correction without Direct Size Measurement
  pdf
Hess A. / EMPA, Switzerland
On-Line SMPS-ICPMS Coupling for Simultaneous Analysis of Nanoparticles
  pdf
Yamada H. / NTSEL, Japan
Measuring Particles Less than 23 nm Using PMP Methodology
  pdf
Keller A. / FHNW, Switzerland
SOA - from Wood Burning Appliances in a Simplified Total Carbon Measurement
  pdf
     
COFFEE BREAK 09.20-09.50  
   
Session 4 A: Ambient
Chair: Heeb N.
09.50-11.10  
Hosseini Vahid / Sharif University, Tehran
Tehran Air Pollution with Respect to Particles: Problem and Mitigating Solutions
  pdf
Lohmann U. / ETHZ, Switzerland
Climate Effects of Black Carbon Aerosols
  pdf
Leskinen A. / Finnish Meteorological Institute
Aging of Diesel Engine Exhaust, Pellet Boiler Exhaust and their Mixture
  pdf
Meier R. / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Indoor and Outdoor Concentrations of Ultrafine Particles, PM2.5, PMabsorbance and NO2
  pdf
     
Short Break    
   
Session 4 B: Ambient
Chair: Schegk C.-D.
11.20-12.20  
Müller M.D. / EMPA, Switzerland
Modelling Ultrafine Particle Number Concentration in Zurich with High Spatio-Temporal Resolution
  pdf
Seipenbusch M. / TU Karlsruhe, Germany
Interdependence of Particle Number Conc. and PM 2.5 in Highly Polluted Urban Atmospheres
  pdf
Zotter P. / PSI, Switzerland
14C-based Source Apportionment of Carbonaceous Aerosols in Switzerland for 2008 – 2012
  pdf
     
LUNCH 12.20-13.20  
   
Session 5: Aftertreatment
Chair: Mayer A.
13.20-15.20  
Deinlein R. / DINEX, Germany
Dual Layer Coated High Porous SiC for SCR Integration into DPF
  pdf
Tartakovsky L. / Technion Israel
Analysis of Ultrafine Particle Emissions by In-Use Buses of Different Generation in Tel Aviv
  pdf
Konstandopoulos A.G / CPERI/CERTH, Greece
Asymmetric and Variable Cell Geometry Diesel Particulate Filters
  pdf
Kureti S. / University of Freiberg, Germany
Soot Oxidation on Manganese Oxide Catalysts in Diesel and Gasoline Exhaust Gas
  pdf
Kato K. / NGK, Germany
Advanced Catalyzed Gasoline Particulate Filter to Fulfill Future Emission Targets
  pdf
Pieber S.M. / PSI, Switzerland
Catalytic Reduction of VOCs from Wood Burning Emissions
  pdf
     
COFFEE BREAK and POSTER VOTING SESSION 16.00-17.20  
   
Session 6 A: Health Effects
Chair: Gehr P.
16.40-18.30  
Von Garnier Chr. / Inselspital Bern, Switzerland
Health Effects of Nanoparticles in Susceptible Persons
  pdf
Gerlofs-Nijland M. / RIVM, The Netherlands
Health Effects of Combustion Sources in Perspective
   
Amini H. / Kurdistan University of Medical Science, Iran
Estimating Spatial Variability of Ambient Particulate Matter Using Land-use Regression in Tehran
  pdf
Weise F. / NMI, Reutlingen, Germany
Toxic Effects of Nanoparticles from Biomass Combustion
  pdf
Violi A. / University of Michigan USA
How Chemical Composition of Nanoparticles Affects Interactions with Biological Systems
  pdf
Mayer A. / TTM Switzerland
PN versus PM: which Metric for Emission Limits and Air Quality Limits
  pdf
   
DINNER PARTY invited by Sponsors
Dinner Speaker: Künzli N.
19.00 pdf
     
Wednesday, June 25th, 2014  
Session 6 B: Health Effects
Chair: Rothen-Rutishauser B.
08.00-09.50  
Geiser M. / University of Bern, Switzerland
Responses of Healthy and Diseased Airway Epithelia to Aged Aerosols from Wood Combustion
  pdf
Heeb N. / EMPA, Switzerland
Catalysis – a Key Property of Diesel Particle Filters to Lower Emissions of Genotoxic Compounds
  pdf
Steiner S. / Adolphe Merkle Institute, Fribourg, Switzerland
In-vitro Genotoxicity of Diesel Exhausts: Impact of Filtration and Catalysis
  pdf
Zarcone M. / Leiden University Medical Center and TNO, The Netherlands
Development of an Innovative in Vitro Inhalation Model for Studying the Effects of Diesel Exhaust
  pdf
Peters A. / Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany
Health Effects of Ambient Ultrafine Particles – Do we know enough?
  pdf
   
Poster Award Ceremony
Lutz Th.
09.50-10.10  
     
COFFEE BREAK 09.20-09.50  
   
Session 7: Legislation
Chair: D'Urbano G.
10.40-12.20  
Künzli N. / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
New Proposal of Swiss FCAH on how to Regulate Ambient Particulate Matter (PM)
  pdf
Leuenberger Chr. / LEUPRO, Switzerland
Legislation Towards Risk-based Ambient Air Quality Standards
  pdf
Acevedo H. / Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Bogotá DPF Retrofit Program for the Public Transport Buses Operating at High Altitude
  pdf
Van Ham J. / EFCA, Belgium
A Fraction-by-Fraction Approach for Particulate Matter
  pdf
Nowak A., Andres H.P. / PTB, Germany and METAS, Switzerland
Measuring Soot Particles from Engines: Recommendations from EMRP-ENV02 Project in WP1
  pdf
     
LUNCH 12.20-13.20  
   
FOCUS-Event
Field Inspection of Vehicle Emissions with Particle Number-based Instrumentation
   
     
Focus Event Part 1: PN-PEMS for Vehicle Type Approval
Chair: Leuenberger Chr.
13.30-14.30  
Kasper M.
Introduction
  pdf
Riccobono F. / JRC
How to Extend the Real Drive Emission Test Procedure to Particle Number
  pdf
Cachón L. / Matter Aerosol AG, Switzerland
The Golden PEMS: Technical Aspects and Outlook
  pdf
     
COFFEE BREAK 14.30-15.00  
   
Focus Event Part 2: Portable PN Instrumentation for Field Inspection
Chair: Leuenberger Chr.
15.00-16.40  
Krähenbühl S. / Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland
New Instruments for PN-based Periodic Inspection: Results of a First Measurement Campaign
  pdf
Andres H. / METAS, Switzerland
Field Measurement Instruments Ordinance: Calibration, Certification, Measurement Cycle
  pdf
Horn H.-G. / TSI, USA
Field Measurement, Technical Aspects of the First Generation PN Field Instrument
  pdf
Fierz M. / FHNW, Switzerland
Towards Hand-Held DPF Inspection
  pdf
Leuenberger Chr.
Conclusions
   
   
Concluding Remarks: Burtscher H. 16.45  
     
End of the 18th ETH-NPC 17.00

 

Posters
Poster Session 1: Fundamentals    
Bhowal Arup Jyoti /Heritage Inst. India
Numerical Investigation of Radiation and Gravity Effect on Soot Formation in a Methane Air Diffusion Flame
   
Frenzel I. / TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
Study on the Influence of Ethanol on the Soot Formation in Premixed Ethylene Flames
pdf
Lee Jeonghoon / Korea University of Technology and Education
Black Carbon and Elemental Carbon Concentrations of Spark-generated Carbon Particles
pdf
Lu Xingming / University of Brighton, UK
Understanding the Effects of Precursor Loading Factors on the Morphology of Premixed Flame Synthesized Nanoparticles
 
Mandal Bijan Kumar / Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur
Fuel Dilution and Air-Preheating Effect on Soot Formation in Diffusion Flame
 
Miller H. / George Washington University USA
Extinction Measurements for Determination of Optical Band Gaps for Soot in Nitrogen-diluted, Ethylene/Air Non-premixed Flames
pdf
Olin Miska / Tampere University Finland
Sulfur Driven Nucleation in Diesel Exhaust: Simulations of a Laboratory Sampling System
pdf
Rahinov I. / The Open University of Israel
Diagnostics of Combustion Synthesis of Iron Oxide Nanoparticles: from Gas Phase Intermediates to Solid Particulates
pdf
Tregrossi A. / CNR Naples Italy
Analysis of Large PAH as Components and Precursors of Nano/Ultrafine Carbon Particulate Matter
pdf
   
Poster Session 2: Combustion Engine Emissions    
Badr R'Mili / University Lyon France
Assessment of Particulate Matter Emission from Diesel Vehicles Equipped with DPF and from Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) Vehicles Using Sampling by TEM Grid Filtration
pdf
Bonatesta F. / University of Oxford Brookes, UK
Exploring the Correlation between Soot Number Density and Combustion Duration in a GDI Engine at Part-Load Conditions
pdf
Corbin J.C. / ETHZ Switzerland
Mass Spectrometry of Wood-Combustion Soot: Positive Matrix Factorization and Refractory Oxygenated Species
pdf
Czerwinski J. / AFHB Switzerland
Nanoparticle Research on Four Gasoline Cars
pdf
Durdina L. / EMPA Switzerland
Improved Determination of Soot PM Emissions from Aircraft Turbine Engines Using Effective Density
pdf
Gualtieri M. / ENEA-UTTS Italy
Modeling of the Environmental Benefits of a Post-Market Dual-Fuel Kit for Light and Heavy Duty Trucks
pdf
La Rocca A. / University Nottingham UK
Nanoparticle Characteristics of Exhaust and Soot-in-Oil from Gasoline Direct Injection Automotive Engines
pdf
Miklánek L. / Czech Technical University
Size Distribution of Particles from a Diesel Direct-Fired Heater
pdf
Mühlbauer W. / BERC Bayreuth Germany
Influence of Different Diesel Fuels under Variation of Injection Pressure and Boost Pressure on Combustion and on Physico-Chemical Properties of Engine-out Soot Emissions
pdf
Pielecha J. / Poznan University Poland
On-road Particle Emissions of Passenger Cars Using Portable Emission Measurement System
pdf
Soylu Seref / Sakarya University Turkey
Examination of the Effects of Basic Vehicle and Engine Operating Parameters on Particle Number Emissions of a City Bus
pdf
Tartakovsky L. / Technion Haifa Israel
Analysis of Ultrafine Particle Emissions by In-use Buses of Different Generations
pdf
Ubogu Emamode A. / University of Sheffield UK
Evaluating The Effects of Effective Density Measurements on Particle Mass Emissions from a Gas Turbine
pdf
Wahl C. / DLR-VT
Engine Emission Ground-Tests with Jet A-1 / Farnesane Blends
pdf
Yanagisawa Nobuhiro / ISUZU Japan
On-line Measurement of Organic Compounds Adsorbed on Diesel Exhaust Particles by PTR-TOFMS
pdf
Zach J. / Fraunhofer Institut Germany
Investigation of Potential Impacts on the Environment During Combustion of Nanomaterial Containing Waste
pdf
Zöllner Chr. / BERC Bayreuth Germany
Influence of Engine Operating Parameters on PM Size, Structure and Reactivity
pdf
   
Poster Session 3: Instrumentation    
Amanatidis St. / Aristotle University Greece
Estimation of the Mean Particle Size by Sampling in Parallel with Two Pegasor Particle Sensors
pdf
Bémer D. / INRS France
Determination of Airborne Nanoparticle Mass Concentration from Number Concentration Using their Effective Density - Application to ELPI Data
pdf
Jordan Gerkens A. / PTB Germany
Evaluation of Measuring Methods for Particle Emission from Modern Diesel Vehicles in Periodic Emissions Control – Studies and Results
pdf
Karjalainen P. / Tampere University, Finland
Performance Evaluation and Calibrations of two Commercial Exhaust Particle Counters During a Long Operation Window
pdf
Kuntze A. / PTB Germany
Characterization of a PTB-Standard for Particle Number Concentration of Soot Particles
pdf
Silvis W. / AVL List Austria
Aircraft Gas Turbine Non-Volatile Particle Mass and Number Emissions Measured with an AIR 6241 Compliant System
pdf
Lee Chun-beom / Korea Automotive Technology Inst.
Multi-Purpose Novel Exhaust Gas Test Rig (High Temperature Exhaust Gas Simulator and Soot/SOF Generator)
pdf
Link O. / TESTO Germany
The testo 380: New Portable Apparatus for Real-Time Gravimetric Measurement of Particulate Matter in the Sub-Micrometer Range
pdf
Okuda H. / Shimadzu Japan
Development of a Novel Electro Mobility Analyzer Based on a New Classifying Principle and Applications for Nanoparticles from Different Types of Vehicles Under Various Conditions
pdf
Otsuki Yoshinori / HORIBA Germany
Performance of Particle Counting System Utilizing a Commercially Available PMP System
pdf
Smallwood G. / National Research Council Canada
Calibration of Black Carbon Real-Time Mass Instruments: Development and Status
pdf
Spielvogel J. / Palas Germany
New Certified Optical System for Continuous Ambient Aerosol Monitoring
pdf
Stettler M.E.J. / University of Cambridge UK
Aircraft Non-volatile Particle Emissions: Estimating Number from Mass
pdf
Tarik Mohamed / PSI, Switzerland
Online Determination of Size Distribution and Elemental Composition of Nanoparticle Aerosols by a Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer Coupled to an Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry (SMPS-ICPMS)
pdf
Wang Xiaoliang / Desert Research Institute, USA
A New Inversion Matrix to Improve Engine Exhaust Particle Sizer (EEPS) for Vehicle Emission Measurement
pdf
   
Poster Session 4: Ambient Particle    
Krishna Kumar Nivedita / PSI, Switzerland
Effects of Aging on the Optical Properties of Light-absorbing Carbon from Biomass-burning Emissions
 
Lonati G. / Politecnico di Milano – DICA, Italy
Ultrafine Particles Generation from Plasma Processing of Graphite
pdf
Patel K.S. / Ravishankar Shukla University, India
Carbons and Persistent Organic Pollutants Distribution in Ambient Air of India
 
Ruprecht A.A. / Tobacco Control Unit; Fondazione IRCCS Istituto Nazionale dei Tumori; Milan, Italy
Comparison between Particulate Matter Mass, Number of Particles, Ultrafine Particle and Black Carbon Emissions by Electronic and Normal Cigarettes in Real-Life Conditions
pdf
Ragettli, M.S. / University of Montréal, Canada
Diesel Exposures in Port Workers in Montreal
pdf
Stolcpartova J. / Czech Technical University
Locating Urban Hot-Spots with mobile On-line Size-resolved Nanoparticle Measurement
pdf
Tartakowski, L. / Technion, Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
Effects of Cabin Filter on Ultrafine Particle Concentrations inside Passenger Cars
pdf
Uhrner U. / Graz University of Technology, Austria
Inter-regional Air Quality Assessment – bridging the Gap between Regional and Kerbside PM
pdf
Väkevä M. / Airmodus, Finland
1-3 nm Particles in Urban Air
pdf
   
Poster Session 5: Aftertreatment    
Bugarski A. / NIOSH, Pittsburgh, USA
Fuel Borne Catalysts and Aerosol Emissions Generated by Sinter Metal Filtration DPF System
pdf
Feulner M. / BERC Bayreuth
How the Humidity of a DPF Effects the Microwave Based Soot Load Determination
pdf
Hohl Y. / LIEBHERR Switzerland
Evaluation of Fuel Quality on New Coating Technology for Advanced Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment
pdf
Køcks M. / Danish Technological Institute
Shipboard Characterization of a Particle Filter During Operation: Influence on Particle Number Concentration, Particle Size Distribution and Gas Emissions
pdf
Leblanc M. / IFP Energies nouvelles
Characterization of Unregulated Gaseous and Particulate Emissions During Active Regenerations of Diesel Particulate Filters
pdf
Markowski J. / Poznan University, Poland
Influence of an Oxygen Additive to Jet Fuel on the Particle Emissions from a Small Turbine Engine
pdf
Nussbaumer Th. / VERENUM, Switzerland
Monitoring of Electrostatic Precipitators in Automatic Biomass Combustion Plants
pdf
Taylor M. / EMINOX
SCRT® Technology and Application. First Experiences with 3rd Generation SCRT® Systems
pdf
   
Poster Session 6: Health Effects    
Kutlar Joss M. / Swiss Tropical and Public Health Inst.
LUDOK – Documentation Database on Air Pollution and Health Research
pdf
Topinka J. / University Prague, Czech Republic
Toxicity of Size Segregated Aerosol in the Ambient from Heavily Polluted City of Ostrava, Czech Republic
pdf
   
Poster Session 7: Legislation    
Multari A. / MAHA, Germany
OBD vs. Tailpipe Testing - Future Test, Options for Emission Control Systems of Modern In-Use Vehicles
pdf