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Hydrogen generation from plasmatron reformers: A promising technology for NOx adsorber regeneration and other automotive applications

Plasma Fuel Converters increase the efficiency of fuel in vehicles through the injection of electrical current. This document focuses on the benefits of using plasma reformers for nitrogen oxide emission reductions. The document summarizes laboratory and vehicle tests of plasmatrons while attempting to maximize nitrogen oxide reduction and efficient fuel use. From the Plasma Science and Fusion Center, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Sloan Automobile Lab.

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Description Plasma Fuel Converters increase the efficiency of fuel in vehicles through the injection of electrical current. This document focuses on the benefits of using plasma reformers for nitrogen oxide emission reductions. The document summarizes laboratory and vehicle tests of plasmatrons while attempting to maximize nitrogen oxide reduction and efficient fuel use. From the Plasma Science and Fusion Center, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Sloan Automobile Lab.
Classification
Date Issued 2003-12-15
Subject
Source Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Laboratory for Energy and the Environment
Keyword Automobiles; Transportation
Selector Conlin
Date Of Record Creation 2004-06-10 12:52:52
Date Last Modified 2008-08-27 16:07:59
Creator Bromberg, L.; Crane, S.; Rabinovich, A., et al.
Language EN
Date Record Checked: 2004-06-10 00:00:00 (W3C-DTF)

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