Agenda of the 20th Conference


20th ETH-Conference on Combustion Generated Nanoparticles

June 13th - 16th, 2016 at ETH Zentrum, Zürich, Switzerland
Focus Event: Particle Filter Quality under Real World Conditions

FOCUS-Event: Particle Filter Quality under Real World Conditions

 

Agenda of Presentations

Tuesday June 14th 2016

Welcome 09.00-09.20  
Boulouchos Konstantinos / ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Welcome
   
Barro Christophe / ETH ZURICH, Switzerland
Housekeeping
   
Opening Address 09.20-09.30  
Guzzella Lino, President of ETH Zürich    
Key Speech 09.30-09.40  
D'Urbano Giovanni / FOEN Switzerland
Swiss, European and Joint Efforts to Prevent Ultrafine Particle Emissions
  pdf
Key-Lecture 09.40-10.10  
Czerwinski Jan / AFHB Nidau, Switzerland
Targets and Achievements of the ETH Nanoparticle Conferences 1997-2016
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK 10.10-10.40
Session 1: Fundamentals
Chair: Rossi Michel
10.40-12.00  
Arnold Frank / MPI, Germany
Modern Diesel Generated Nucleation Particles: Formation, Growth, and Lung Intrusion
  pdf
De Falco Gianluigi / Università di Napoli "Federico II", Italy
A Thermophoretic Thermocouple Method for Soot Measurement in Combustion
  pdf
Haffner-Staton Ephraim / University of Nottingham, UK
Uncertainties in the Traditional 2D-TEM Characterization of Carbon Nanoparticles
  pdf
Swanson Jacob / Minnesota State University, USA
Fuel Sulfur Impacts the Formation of Carbon Nanotube-like Particles in Diesel Engines
  pdf
LUNCH 12.00-13.00
Session 2: Biomass Combustion (co-organized by task 32 of IEA Bioenergy)
Chair: Nussbaumer Thomas
13.00-14.40  
Nussbaumer Thomas / VERENUM, Switzerland
Particulate Matter (PM) from Biomass Combustion: An Overview on Particle Types and Measures to Reduce Biomass Particles
  pdf
Jokiniemi Jorma / University of Eastern Finland
Chemical and Physical Properties of Biomass Combustion Aerosols
  pdf
Hartmann Hans / TFZ-Technology and Support Centre, Straubing, Germany
User and Fuel Impact on Emissions of Wood Stoves
  pdf
Schmidl Christoph / BIOENERGY 2020+, Austria
Real-life Emission of Automatically Stoked Biomass Boilers
  pdf
Seljeskog Morten / Department of Thermal Energy, Norway
Variables Affecting Particulate Emissions from Residential Wood Combustion – Simultaneous Sampling on Hot and Ambient Filter
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK 14.40-15.10
Session 3: Instrumentation
Chair: Burtscher Heinz
15.10-16.30  
Hess Adrian / PSI Switzerland
Size-resolved Element Characterization of Aerosol Particles Emitted from Thermal Wood Treatment
  pdf
Vojtisek-Lom Michal / Czech Technical University, Prague
FTIR-PEMS, Mini-PEMS and Micro-PEMS: Extending Portable On-board Monitoring Systems to Nonregulated Pollutants and Small Engines
  pdf
Anderson Robert / TSI, USA
A Comparison of Aerosol Instruments to Regulated PM/PN Emissions from GDI and PFI Vehicles
  pdf
Fierz Martin / NANEOS Switzerland
Electrical Particle Number Measurement for Automotive Applications
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION 16.30-18.30  
APERITIF offered by the EXHIBITORS from 17.00

 

Wednesday June 15th, 2016

Session 4: Ambient
Chair: Hüglin Christoph
08.00-09.20  
Bhattu Deepika / PSI Switzerland
Wood Combustion: Emissions and Contribution to Secondary Organic Aerosol Budget
  pdf
Leskinen Ari / University of Eastern Finland
Daytime and Nighttime Aging of Logwood Combustion Aerosols
  pdf
Paulson Suzanne / University of California at Los Angeles, USA
Effects of the Built Environment, Micrometeorology and Traffic on Street Level Ultrafine Particle Concentrations at a Block Scale
  pdf
Sioutas Constantinos / University Southern California, USA
Fine and Ultrafine Particulate Organic Carbon in the Los Angeles Basin: Trends in Sources and Composition
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION 09.20-10.10  
Session 5: Aftertreatment
Chair: Mayer Andreas
10.10-12.00  
Hosseini Vahid / Saidi Mohammad / Sharif-University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Analyses of Effects of Fuel Sulfur Content on DPF Particle Removal Efficiency and Particle Deposition in Human Lungs
  pdf
Bugarski Aleksander / NIOSH, USA
Assessment of the Effectiveness of Disposable Filter Elements Used in Permissible Underground Coal Applications
  pdf
Davies Brian / University of Wollongong, Australia
Disposable Diesel Exhaust Filters Used in the Australian Underground Coal Mining Industry
  pdf
Konstandopoulos Athanasios / CPERI-CERTH, Greece
Effects of Catalyst Particle Structure on Soot Oxidation Kinetics
  pdf
Rueda Jaime / District Secretariat of Environment Bogotá, Columbia
Field Evaluations of Retrofit DPF in Public Transport Buses Using Number Concentration of Solid Particle Number in Bogotá
  pdf
LUNCH 12.00-13.00
Session 6A: Health Session
Chair: Gehr Peter
13.00-14.30  
Moussa Fathi / Université Paris-Sud, France
Anthropogenic Carbon Nanotubes and Air Pollution
  pdf
Kittelson David / University of Minnesota USA
Carbon Nanotubes, Nanorods, and Nanoparticles from Engines
  pdf
Rothen-Rutishauser Barbara / University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Differentiating the Mechanism of Lung Cell Interactions between Diesel Exhaust Particles and Carbonaceous Fibrous Structures
  pdf
Bonner James / North Carolina State University, USA
Mechanisms of Susceptibility to Carbon Nanotube Lung Disease
  pdf
Session 6B: Health Session
Chair: Künzli Nino
14.30-16.20  
D'Anna Andrea / Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy
Exposure to Sub-10nm-particles Emitted from Combustion Sources: In-vitro Toxicity and Inflammatory Potential
  pdf
Lonati Giovanni / Politecnico di Milano, Italy
In Vitro Assessment of Proinflammatory and Genotoxicological Effects of Wood Combustion-Generated Ultrafine Particles
  pdf
Zotter Peter / University of Lucerne, Switzerland
A Simple Sampling Method to Analyze Cell Toxicity of Nanoparticles and Condensable Compounds from Biomass Combustion
  pdf
Hofmann Heinrich / EPFL Lausanne, Switzerland
Alternative Metrics for the Physicochemical Characterization of UFP
  pdf
Oberdörster Günter / University of Rochester, USA
Dosimetry, Dosemetrics, Biokinetics and Bioprocessing of Inhaled Nanoparticles: A basis for toxicity testing and dosimetric risk extrapolation
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK and POSTER SESSION 16.20-17.10  
Session 7: Legislation  
Chair: D'Urbano Giovanni
17.10-18.30  
Wiedensohler Alfred / Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany
Assessment of the Effectiveness of the Low Emission Zone Leipzig by Measurements of Soot and the Ultrafine Particle Number Concentration
  pdf
Notter Benedikt / INFRAS, Switzerland
Non-road Mobile Machinery as a PM/PN Source in Switzerland
  pdf
Schmatloch Volker / Spartherm Melle, Germany
Emission Testing of Wood Fired Stoves or Fireplaces – Standards and Test Procedures in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and North America
  pdf
Pucher Ernst / Technische Universität Wien, Austria
Short Test Procedures for Nanoparticles Emission and Gaseous Exhaust Components of Combustion Engines
  pdf
Aperitif
DINNER PARTY invited by Sponsors
Dinner Speaker: Gehr Peter
18.30
19.30
 

 

Thursday, June 16th 2016

Session 8: Aircraft and Marine Engine Emissions
Chair: Heeb Norbert
08.00-10.00  
Rindlisbacher Theo / BAZL Switzerland
Introduction of the First Particulate Matter Standard for Aircraft Engines
  pdf
Brem Benjamin / EMPA Switzerland
Aircraft Engine Certification Measurement of Non-volatile Particulate Matter Emissions
  pdf
Khalek Imad A. / SWRI USA
Effect of Jet Fuel Properties on Solid Particle Number and Mass Emission from Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine: Development of a Jet Fuel Particle Index
  pdf
Lohmann Ulrike / ETHZ Switzerland
Chemical Characterization of Freshly Emitted Particulate Matter from Aircraft Exhaust Using Single Particle Mass Spectrometry
  pdf
Corbin Joel C. / PSI Switzerland
Dependence of Ship-engine Aerosol Emissions on Fuel Type: Trace Metals, Black Carbon, and Light Absorption
  pdf
Poster Award Ceremony
Bischof
Oliver
10.00-10.20 >>
COFFEE BREAK 10.20-10.50
Session 9: Combustion of vehicle engines
Chair: Czerwinski Jan
10.50-12.30  
Barro Christophe / Vir2sense, Switzerland
Diesel Engine Operating Strategies: PM, NOx and CO2; A Three Dimensional Trade-Off, as Opposed to a Single-pollutant Minimization
  pdf
Geiler Jan Niklas / Bosch, Germany
Investigation of the Fuel Property Influence on Number of Emitted Particles and their Size Distribution in a Gasoline Engine with Direct Injection
  pdf
Karjalainen Panu / Tampere University, Finland
Time-resolved Characterization of Secondary Particle Formation from a Gasoline Passenger Car
  pdf
KellerAlejandro / University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland
High Time-resolved SOA-formation Potential of Emissions from GDI engines
  pdf
Kook Sanghoon / University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
In-flame and Exhaust Soot Particles Under the Influence of Jet-jet Interactions in a Small-bore Diesel Engine
  pdf
LUNCH 12.30-13.30
FOCUS-Event
Particle Filter Quality under Real World Conditions
   
Introduction
Chair: Leuenberger Christian
13.30-13.40 pdf
Section I: Experience of authorities and manufacturers 13.40-14.40  
Ayala Alberto, CARB
Evaluation of DPF in HDV Applications
  pdf
Hohl Yves, LIEBHERR
DPF Quality in Off-Road Engines
  pdf
Rienks Rafael, HJS
Quality Control During Filter Manufacturing
  pdf
COFFEE BREAK 14.40-15.10
Section II: Experience of fleet owners and Lessons for Inspection and Maintenance
15.00-16.00  
Eberwein Burkhard, BVG Berlin
Bus Fleet of Berlin with DPF since 2001
  pdf
Reinoso Aliosha, GEASUR Chile
Bus Fleet of Santiago with DPF since 2008 – Experience with Respect to Maintenance; Study of the Chilean Ministry of Environment
  pdf
Frölich Albert, UGZ, Gloor Beat, AWEL
DPF-Quality in Swiss Construction Sites
  pdf
Lutz Thomas, ETHZ, Switzerland DPF Inspection & Maintenance, Methodology and Practice   pdf
Heeb Norbert, EMPA,
Particle-NOx Trade-off: Two Decades of Diesel Converter Technology Have not Settled Both Issues
  pdf
Concluding Remarks: Burtscher Heinz    
End of the 19th ETH-NPC 16.50

 

Posters
Poster Session 1: Fundamentals    
D'Anna Andrea, Università degli Studi di Napoli 'Federico II'
Nanoparticle Formation Burning Biofuels
  pdf
Goudeli Eirini, ETHZ, Switzerland
Agglomeration with Polydisperse Primary Particles in the Free Molecular Regime
  pdf
Gülder Omer, University of Toronto, Canada
The Effect of Combustion Pressure on Primary Soot Particle Size in Methane-air Diffusion Flames
  pdf
Kelesidis Georgios A., ETHZ, Switzerland
Control of Particle Structure & Size Distribution by Humidity
  pdf
Kelesidis Georgios A., ETHZ, Switzerland
Nascent Soot Formation by Agglomeration and Surface Growth
  pdf
Kureti Sven, University of Freiberg Germany
Soot Oxidation on Manganese Oxide Catalysts in Gasoline Exhaust
  pdf
Langenkamp Peter N., University of Groningen, Netherland
Silica Formation in Flames with Siloxane Admixture: Effects of Admixture Concentration, Flame Temperature and Equivalence Ratio
  pdf
Li Zepeng, King Abdullah University, Jeddah
Effect of Dimethyl Ether Mixing on Soot Size Distribution in Premixed Ethylene Flame
  pdf
Mandal Bijan Kumar, Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Delhi
Numerical Study on the Combined Effect of Fuel Dilution and Air Preheating on Soot Formation in Diffusion Flame
 
Sakellarakis Vasileios David, ETHZ, Switzerland
Large Eddy Simulations for Detailed Soot Formation Investigations
  pdf
Sharma Pooja, Indian Institute of Science
Heteroatomic Nanostructures of Jet Fuel Soluble Macromolecular Oxidatively Reactive Species (SMORS)
  pdf
Soroudi Bazzaz Amir, Combustion Chamber Group, Tehran
LES of Soot Evolution During Biofuel Spray Combustion and Gasification
 

Poster Session 2: Biomass Combustion
 
Berhardt Alexander, IZES, Germany
Electrostatic Precipitation in Small Scaled Biomass Boilers
  pdf
Fraboulet Isaline, INERIS, France
Validation and Comparison of Methods of Measurement of the Condensable Fraction of Aerosols Emitted by Residential Wood Combustion Appliances and Boilers
  pdf
Hartmann Ingo, DBFZ, Germany
Micro-scale Biomass Combustion System with Very Low Emission
  pdf
Keller Alejandro, University of Applied Sciences Northwest, Switzerland
Time-resolved Secondary Organic Aerosol Formation Potential of Wood Burning Emissions
  pdf
Pagels Joakim, Lund University, Sweden
Characteristics of Major Particle Types in Emissions from Biomass Combustion – Implications for Health and Climate Effects
  pdf
Paur Hans-Rudolf, Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie, Germany
Field Performance of Carola®- Precipitators for Small Wood-fired Boilers
  pdf
Press-Kristensen Kaare, Ecological Council Denmark
Residential Wood Burning: Particle Pollution and Solutions 
  pdf
Quinn Cian, University College Dublin, Ireland
Analysis of Particulate Matter Emissions from Combustion of Peat Briquettes in a Domestic-scale Stove
  pdf
Rubinetti Donato, University of Applied Sciences Northwest, Switzerland
Electrostatic Precipitator – Numerical Modeling and Verification Concept
  pdf
Sattler Michael, Ökozentrum Langenbruck, Switzerland
Determination of Particulate Matter Emissions from Solid Biomass Fuel Burning Appliances and Boilers – Proposal for a Common European Test Method
  pdf
Schmatloch Volker, Spartherm, Germany
Small Wood Fired Appliances – Emission Reduction by Combined Methods
  pdf
Sippula Olli, University of Eastern Finland
Primary and Secondary Organic Aerosol Emissions from a Gasoline Engine and Small-scale Wood Combustion: First Results with the New Photochemical Emissions Aging Reactor
  pdf
Volz Florian, Kutzner + Weber, Germany
Deposition of Particulate Matter on the Surface of Foam Bubbles
  pdf
Zotter Peter, University of Lucerne, Switzerland
Wood Combustion for Energy in Buildings
  pdf

Poster Session 3: Instrumentation
 
Arndt Michael, AVL List, Graz, Austria
Optimizing a Photoacoustic Soot Sensor for the Measurement of Ultra-low Soot Concentrations in Real-world Exhaust
  pdf
Beck Harald, MAN Truck & Bus, Nürnberg, Germany
Particle Number Measurement According to PMP Protocol and Direct Measurement
  pdf
Borovinskaya Olga, TOFWERK AG, Switzerland
Online Determination of Element Composition and Nass of Single Airborne Particles by ICP-MS
  pdf
Cachón Luis, TESTO Mönchaltdorf, Switzerland
Next Generation of Particle Number Instruments for Vehicle Type Approval and Quality Control of DPF Kerbside
  pdf
Foppiano Debora, PSI, Switzerland
Behaviour of ZnO Nanoparticles During High Temperature Treatment: On-line, Size Resolved Elemental Analysis
  pdf
Gruenzweig Christian, PSI, Switzerland
Three-dimensional Visualization of Soot, Ash, Urea and Coating Distributions in Canned Exhaust After-treatment Components by Neutron Tomography
 
Hildebrandt Margit, PTB Braunschweig, Germany
Analysis of a New Diesel Soot Generator with Regard to Particle Size and Number Concentration
  pdf
Horn Hans-Georg, Consultant for TSI Aachen, Germany
Calibration of Engine Exhaust CPCs: Measurement Uncertainty Following ISO 27891 Procedures
  pdf
Kumazawa Shinji, NGK Spark Plug, Japan
PM/PN Measurement Repeatability of Compact Multi Gas Measurement System
  pdf
Lindner Gert, PTB Braunschweig, Germany
An Accompanying CFD-study on Partial Flow Sampling from a Soot Aerosol Dilution Setup
  pdf
Lüönd Felix, METAS
A new, traceable METAS calibration service for particle counters
  pdf
Moisio Mikko, Dekati, Finland
47 mm PM-Filter Holder with Real Time Particle Detection
  pdf
Olzem Katharina, Volkswagen Wolfsburg, Germany
Counting Particles with the Principles of Condensation vs. Diffusion
  pdf
Padhi Annada, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India
Laboratory Based Assessment of a Portable Multi-arm Smoke Collector System Developed for In-situ Aerosol Emission Measurement from Residential Biomass Burning Sources in the Northern Part of India
  pdf
Saukko Erkka, Pagasor-Oy, Finland
Dynamic Cutpoint Switching of Nanoparticle Detector for Improved Aerosol Characterization
  pdf
Schindler Wolfgang, AVL List, Graz, Austria
Black Carbon: Shades of Gray
  pdf
Shaygani Afshin, Sharif University Tehran, Iran
Electrode Interface Design for High-accuracy Size Distribution Measurement of Aerosol Nanoparticles Using Electrical Mobility Spectrometer Integrated with Triplet Charger
  pdf
Shaygani Afshin, Sharif University Tehran, Iran
Outfitted Electrical Mobility Spectrometer with Spatial Coded Aperture Mask for Accurate Size Distribution Measurement of Aerosol Nanoparticles
  pdf
Sjögren Staffan, University of Applied Sciences Northwest, Switzerland
Development of a Photochemical Interferometer for Aerosol Absorption Measurements
  pdf
Vanhanen Joonas, Airmodus Helsinki, Finland
Spark Discharge as a Calibration Source for Particle Detectors in the Sub 5 nm Size Range
  pdf

Poster Session 4: Ambient
 
Besch Marc Cyrill, West Virginia University, USA
Characterization of Atmospheric Dispersing Exhaust Plume during On-Road Operation of Latest Technology Heavy-Duty Trucks
  pdf
Bonilla Lorena Catalina, District Secretariat of environment – Bogotá, Colombia
Study of Personal Exposure to Nanoparticles Considering Meteorological Variables in 4 Roads with Different Types of Vehicles in Bogotá
  pdf
Hama Sarkawt M.L. , University of  Leicester, UK
Temporal Variations of Lung Deposited Surface Area (LDSA) Concentrations in Leicester
 
Jasiński Remigiusz, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Danger of Nanoparticle Emissions in the Vicinity of Airports
  pdf
Jung Heejung, University of California, USA
Alternative Metrics for Spatially and Temporally Resolved Ambient Particle Monitoring
  pdf
Kireeva Elena, University Moscow, Russia
Size–segregated Organic/Inorganic Composition of Particulate Emissions in Periods of Extensive Biomass Burning
  pdf
Poluzzi Vanes, Agency for Prevention Bologna, Italy
Particle Number Concentrations and Size Distributions in Po Valley (Northern Italy) During PoAIR Experiment
  pdf
Singh Gaurav, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
Health Risk Assessment for Carcinogenic and non Carcinogenic Trace Elements in Ambient Fine Aerosol over New Delhi, India
 
Tanda Stefan, University of Graz, Austria
Size-resolved Element Distribution in Airborne Nanoparticles
  pdf
Toro Huertas Eliana, District Secretariat of environment – Bogotá, Colombia
Personal Exposure to Nanoparticles Inside Transmilenio Buses on Caracas Avenue in Bogotá– Colombia
  pdf
Wang Fenjuan, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Black Carbon and Aerosol Optical Property Measurement at a Midsize City in Po Valley, Italy
  pdf
Zauli Sajani Stefano, ARPAE, Italy
Indoor/Outdoor Seasonal Variability of Different Particle Metrics
  pdf
Zauli Sajani Stefano, ARPAE, Italy
3D Variability of Different Particle Metrics in Urban Areas: Findings from the "Supersito" Project in Bologna, Italy
  pdf

Poster Session 5: Aftertreatment
 
Bailey Brett, Illinois Valley Holding Comp., USA
Global Non-Thermal Active SCR/DPF Emissions Reductions Technology Volkswagen Jetta Demonstration
  pdf
Cho Jaeho, Korea University
Size-resolved Nano-particle Filtration Characteristics with Metal Foam Gasoline Particulate Filter (GPF) for a Modern GDI Vehicle
  pdf
Czerwinski Jan, AFHB Biel, Switzerland
Quick-check of DOC and SCR for Inspection of Emission Control Devices
  pdf
Fleischman Rafael, Technion Haifa, Israel
Buses Retrofitted with Diesel Particulate Filters: Effects on Nanoparticle Emissions and Vehicle Performance
  pdf
Haralampous Onoufrios, TEI of Thessaly, Greece
Measurement and Modelling of PM Loading in Bare and Catalytic Flow-Through Monoliths
  pdf
Iwasaki Kentaro, Sumika Ceramics, Poland
DPF Design Concept and Catalyst Coat-ability Investigation
  pdf
Kato Kyohei, NGK Europe Kronberg, Germany
Gasoline Particulate Filter Technology – Readiness for Real Driving Emissions
  pdf
Køcks Morten, Danish Technological Institute, Denmark
DPF+SCR retrofit of Construction Machines: Real-time Characterization of Emission Reduction and Optimization During Realistic Operating Conditions
  pdf
Ruzal-Mendelevich Michal, Ben Gurion University, Israel
Grouping Manipulation of Nanoparticles Emitted from ICEs
  pdf
Sanui Ryoko, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan
Electron Microscopic Visualization of Soot Bridge Formation and Configuration Analysis of Diesel Particulate Filter
  pdf
Zöllner Christian, University of Bayreuth, Germany
Influence of Engine Operating Conditions on Soot Loading and Regeneration Behavior of Diesel Particulate Filters
  pdf

Poster Session 6: Health
 
Avdesh Bhardawaj, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
A Study of Ultrafine Particle Related Health Effects Due to Biomass Burning for Cooking in North Indian Regions
   
Bisig Christoph, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Hazard Assessment of Gasoline Direct Injection Engine Exhaust Directly Exposed onto the Surface of a 3D Human Lung Model
  pdf
Durantie Estelle, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Comparing the Bio-kinetic Behavior of Single Ultrafine Particles to Agglomerates at the Human Respiratory Epithelial Tissue Barrier in Vitro
  pdf
Muñoz Maria, EMPA, Switzerland
Comparison of PAH Levels and Mutagenicity of GDI- and a Diesel Vehicle Exhaust and Impact of (Bio)ethanol
  pdf
Rossi Michel J., PSI, Switzerland
Surface Composition and Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) Generation: Evaluation of Health Risks of Soot Nanoparticles
  pdf
Rossner Jr. Pavel, Academy of Sciences Prague, Czech. Rep.
Emissions from Standard and Alternative Diesel and Gasoline Fuels: Chemical Characterization and Genotoxicity
  pdf
Rossnerova Andrea, Institute of Experimental Medicine, Czech.Rep.
Frequency of Micronuclei in Human Bronchial Epithelium Cells Induced by Major Diesel Exhaust Components and Organic Extracts from Diesel Emissions
  pdf
Zhou Jun, PSI, Switzerland
Toxicity Assessment of Wood Combustion Emissions from Different Burning and Aged Conditions by Using a Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) Instrument
  pdf

Poster Session 7: Legislation
 
Burton Kerrie, University of Wollongong, Australia
Are Respiratory Protection Standards Protecting Worker Health Against Ultrafine Diesel Particulate Matter Emissions? An Australian Perspective.
  pdf
Kuntze Arne, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany
Metrology for Portable Emissions Measurement Systems (PEMS)
 
Pedersen Peter Bøgh, Danish Technological Institute
Illegal "Fuel" in Private Wood-Burning Stoves
  pdf
Pielecha Jacek, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Evaluation of Exhaust Emissions of Vehicles with Emission Euro 6 Class According to RDE Tests Proposed by the European Union
  pdf
Spielvogel Jürgen, TSI Aachen, Germany
CEN/TS 16976 – Harmonizing Number Concentration Measurements of Ultrafine Particles in Atmospheric Aerosol
  pdf
Thiruvengadam Pragalath, West Virginia University, USA
Determination of a Preconditioning Protocol to Stabilize NOx and PN Emissions for Euro 6 Engine Certification
  pdf

Poster Session 8: Combustion of Aircraft and Ship Engines
 
Durdina Lukas, EMPA, Switzerland
Implications of the New PM Emission Standard for Aircraft Engines
  pdf
Hagen D., Missouri University, USA
Updates to System Loss Correction Model for Jet Engine Exhaust
  pdf
Im DongGuk, Korean Register of Shipping
Particulate Emission Characteristics of Two Stroke Marine Diesel Engine
  pdf
Markowski Jaroslaw, Poznan University of Technology, Poland
Effect of Biofuel Additive on Particle Size Distribution
  pdf
Netkueakul Woranan, EMPA/ETHZ, Switzerland
Development of Soot Sensor for Candle Emission Measurement
  pdf
Pedersen Peter Bøgh, Danish Technological Institute
Particle Emissions from Various Candle Types
  pdf
Setyan Ari, EMPA, Switzerland
Emission Measurement of Airborne Pollutants in two Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Plants in Switzerland
  pdf

Poster Session 9: Combustion of vehicle engines
 
Ajtai Tibor, MTA-SZTE, Hungary
Volatile Classification of Diesel Emitted Particulates Measured by SMPS and Multi-wavelength PhotoAcoustic Spectrometer (4λ-PAS)
  pdf
Barro Christophe, ETHZ, Switzerland
Analysis of PM and PN in Dual Fuel Engine, Fuelled with Natural Gas and OME
  pdf
Beránek Vit, Czech Technical University Prague, Czech Republic
Effects of High-speed Driving on Particle Number Emissions of Gasoline Cars
  pdf
Czerwinski Jan, AFHB Biel, Switzerland
Particle Number Reduction of GDI-Cars with GPF's
  pdf
Czerwinski Jan, AFHB Biel, Switzerland
Experiences of Testing NO2 for Diesel and NH3 for Gasoline Cars
  pdf
Jaliliantabar Farzad, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran
Investigation of Waste Cooking Oil Biodiesels Effects on Performance and Emissions in a CI Engine
  pdf
Jang Jinyoung, Korea Institute of Energy Research
Nanoparticle from Light Duty Vehicles Using Various Fuels for FTP-75 and WLTC
  pdf
Järvinen Anssi, Tampere University, Finland
Particle Emission from Loaders Using Normal and Bio Based Diesel Fuels
  pdf
Karjalainen Panu, Tampere University, Finland
Non-combustion Exhaust Particles Observed During Decelerations of Heavy Duty Diesel Vehicles
  pdf
Kittelson David, University of Minnesota, USA
Semi-volatile Particle Emissions from Engines Operating in Low Temperature Combustion Modes
 
Lee Seokhwan, Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials
Particulate Emissions Emitted from DI Diesel Engine Operated with Wood Pyrolysis Oil
  pdf
Lehtoranta Kati, VTT, Finland
Particle Emissions from a Natural Gas Engine with and without a Catalyst
  pdf
Pagels Joakim, Lund University, Sweden
Probing the Evolution of Soot Characteristics During Soot Formation, Soot Oxidation and in the Exhaust of a Modern CI Engine Equipped with EGR
  pdf
Pechout Martin, Czech Technical University Prague, Czech Republic
Experimental Investigation of Particles Produced by Combusting Blends of "High-quality" and "Cost-competitive" Biofuels in a Tractor Engine
  pdf
Sjöblom Jonas, Chalmers University, Sweden
Particulate Emissions from Aromatic Containing Fuels
  pdf
Wahl Claus, German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart, Germany
Comparing Particle Emissions of a EURO 6 Plug-In Hybrid Passenger Car and a EURO6 Diesel Car
 
Yamada Hiroyuki, National Traffic Safety & Environment Laboratory, Tokyo
Correlations of Particle Mass  and Particle Number with PMP Method
  pdf