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2. Demonstration of Advanced Emission Control Technologies Enabling Diesel-Powered Heavy-Duty Engines to Achieve Low Emission Levels
MECA - Manufacturers of emissions control / The Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association (MECA) instituted a test program at Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) to evaluate the performance of a variety of commercially available exhaust emission control technologies on a current design heavy-duty diesel engine with standard Number 2 diesel (368 ppm), lower sulfur (54 ppm) diesel fuel, and, in a limited number of cases, zero ppm sulfur fuel.

Demonstration of Advanced Emission Control Technologies Enabling Diesel-Powered Heavy-Duty Engines to Achieve Low Emission LevelsDemonstration of Advanced Emission Control Technologies Enabling Diesel-Powered Heavy-Duty Engines to Achieve Low Emission Levels
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