Results

Results within the PEMs4Nano project

The results within the PEMs4Nano project have been divided in 5 different categories, please click the category to view the available reports.
Most of the reports are confidential (CO), in those cases only a public summary is available, which can be quite short.

Result categories:

  1. Requirements and Concept
  2. Measurement Technology
  3. Measurement integration into system development
  4. Implementation of a calibration method for the particle counting systems
  5. Communication, dissemination and preparative exploitation activities


1. Requirements and Concept

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2. Measurement Technology

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3. Measurement integration into system development

  • Intermediate report on characterization of particles from single cylinder engine and exhaust line by UCAM (CO)
    Report describing Intermediate report on characterization of particles from single cylinder engine and exhaust line.
  • SRM Engine Suite validation for ICE configurations by CMCL (CO)
    Report describing the validation of the SRM Engine Suite .
  • PN measuring system: requirements & application by BOSCH (CO)
    Report describing the requirements on the PN measurement technology and its application on a multi-cylinder engine for investigations under steady-state & transient engine operation as well as different engine states.
  • PN˃ 10 nm emission behavior of GDI vehicles by BOSCH (CO)
    Report describing the PN>10 nm emission behavior of GDI vehicles during various driving cycles.
  • Suggestion for PN ˃ 10 nm measurement procedure by BOSCH (CO) – expected in January 2019
    Report making recommendation for a reliable and robust PN > 10 nm measurement procedure for the application in the engine development process.
  • Surrogate models – particle sizes (steady state) by CMCL (CO) – expected in February 2019
    The deliverable concerns models for particle size distribution and composition as a function of combustion and EAT configuration in steady state.
  • Surrogate models – particle sizes (transients) by CMCL (CO) – expected in May 2019
    Surrogate models for particle size distribution and composition to evaluate PN concentrations from vehicle-in-loop drive cycle simulations (transients) for NEDS and WLTC.
  • Report on characterization of particles from single cylinder engine and exhaust line by ULL (CO) – expected in July 2019
    Report describing the characterization of particles from single cylinder engine and exhaust line.
  • Instrument model assessment for PN concentrations by CMCL (CO) – expected in October 2019
    Technical deliverable report describing the assessment of hierarchy of instrument models for evaluation of PN concentrations.

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4. Implementation of a calibration method for the particle counting systems

  • Implementation of a calibration procedure by IDIADA (PU) – expected in March 2019
    Report describing the implementation of a calibration procedure.
  • Measurement procedure of the equipment by IDIADA (PU) – expected in April 2019
    Report describing the measurement procedure of the equipment.
  • Testing results for final validation & robustness evaluation by IDIADA (CO) – expected in October 2019
    Report describing the test results for final validation & robustness evaluation.

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5. Communication, dissemination and preparative exploitation activities

  • Project Website by UNR (PU)
    Report describing the project website, including Project templates (reports, presentations, logo), database for Dissemination (stakeholders, interest groups, contact details).
  • Dissemination Plan by UNR (CO)
    Report describing the Dissemination actions.
  • Summary Book of all publications by UNR (CO) – expected in April 2019
    Report summarising all publications.
  • Final Event report by UNR (CO) – expected in October 2019
    Final event report.
  • Exploitation Plan (initial version) by HORIBA (CO)
    Report describing the Exploitation Strategy and possible means to exploitation.
  • Exploitation Plan (final) by HORIBA (CO) – expected in October 2019
    Report on Exploitation (final version).

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