Measurement of Gaseous HAP Emissions from Idling Aircraft as a Function of Engine and Ambient Conditions

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Transportation Research Board, 2012 - Aircraft exhaust emissions - 101 pages
TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 63: Measurement of Gaseous HAP Emissions from Idling Aircraft as a Function of Engine and Ambient Conditions is designed to help improve the assessment of hazardous air pollutants (HAP) emissions at airports based on specific aircraft operating parameters and changes in ambient conditions.
 

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Contents

Summary
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Section I Introduction
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Section II Project Plan and Approach
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Section III Key Project Findings
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Section IV Relationship Between Emissions and Ambient Temperature
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Section V Emissions Model Based on NearIdle Fuel Flow and Ambient Temperature
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Section VI Additional Findings
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Section VII Applicability to Airport Practice
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Section VIII References
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Acronyms and Abbreviations
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Appendix A Project Results
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Appendix B Development of the NearIdle Test Matrix
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Appendix C Exhaust Probe Sampling Techniques
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Appendix D Links Between Emissions and Air Quality in the Terminal and Fence Line
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Appendix E Quality Assurance Documentation for Analytical Methods
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