International Collaborative Emissions Studies
Project 34 will work collaboratively with international partners to characterize the PM emissions from aviation sources through measurements to provide real-world emissions data inputs to health impact studies and air quality/climate models. The first of these studies will be co-sponsored by the the EU network of excellence on Environmentally Compatible Air Transport System (ECATS) and will be conducted at the University of Sheffield, Low Carbon Combustion Center. This project will also include studies to address PM sampling methodology issues under quasi-laboratory conditions.
Database of PM and HAPS emissions from modern and future aviation sources
Missouri University of Science and Technology
Philip D. Whitefield, Director of Missouri S&T Center of Excellence for Aerospace Particulate Emissions Reduction Research, Missouri University of Science and Technology, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carl Ma email@example.com
REPORTS AND PAPERS
- SAE E31 Methodology Development and Associated PM Emissions Characteristics of Aircraft APUs burning Conventional and Alternative Aviation Fuels. Prem Lobo, Philip D. Whitefield, Donald E. Hagen, Lucas J. Rye, Simon Blakey, Christopher W. Wilson, Paul I. Williams, Simon Christie, David Raper, Ilona Uryga-Bugajska, Mohamed Pourkashanian. The PARTNER Project 34 Final Report. July 2011/ Report No. PARTNER-COE-2011-005. Download (pdf 88K)
- Impact of Alternative Fuels on Emissions Characteristics of a Gas Turbine Engine – Part 1: Gaseous and Particulate Matter Emissions. Lobo, P., Rye, L., Williams, P. I., Christie, S., Uryga-Bugajska, I., Wilson, C. W., Hagen, D. E., Whitefield, P. D., Blakey, S., Coe, H., Raper, D., and Pourkashanian, M., Environmental Science and Technology (2012), Vol. 46, No. 19, 10805-10811.
- Wilson, C., Hagen, D., Whitefield, P., Raper, D., and Rye, L., Environmental Science and Technology (2012), Vol. 46, No. 19, 10812-10819.
- Inadequacy of Optical Smoke Measurements for Characterisation of Non-Light Absorbing Particulate Matter Emissions from Gas Turbine Engines. Rye, L., Lobo, P., Williams, P. I., Uryga-Bugajska, I., Christie, S., Wilson, C., Hagen, D., Whitefield, P., Blakey, S., Coe, H., Raper, D., and Pourkashanian, M., Combustion Science and Technology (2012), Vol., 184, No. 12, 2068-2083.