The abatement of the pollutants deriving from diesel engines in the vehicle sector still represents an interesting scientific and technological challenge due to increasingly limiting regulations. Meeting the stringent limits of NOx and soot emissions requires a catalytic system with great complexity, size of units, and number of units, as well as increased fuel consumption. Thus, an after-treatment device for a diesel vehicle requires the use of an integrated catalyst technology for a reduction in the individual emissions of exhaust gas. The representative technologies devoted to the reduction of NOx under lean-burn operation conditions are selective catalytic reduction (SCR) and the lean NOx trap (LNT), while soot removal is mainly performed by filters (DPF). These devices are normally used in sequence, or a combination of them has been proposed to overcome the drawbacks of the individual devices. This review summarizes the current state of NOx and soot abatement strategies. The main focus of this review is on combined technologies for NOx removal (i.e., LNT–SCR) and for the simultaneous removal of NOx and soot, like SCR-on-Filter (SCRoF), in series LNT/DPF and SCR/DPF, and LNT/DPF and SCR/DPF hybrid systems.
Aftertreatment Technologies for Diesel Engines: An Overview of the Combined Systems / Martinovity, Ferenc; Castoldi, Lidia; Deorsola, Fabio Alessandro. - In: CATALYSTS. - ISSN 2073-4344. - ELETTRONICO. - 11:6(2021), p. 653. [10.3390/catal11060653]
|Titolo:||Aftertreatment Technologies for Diesel Engines: An Overview of the Combined Systems|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/catal11060653|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|