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Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory test experimental diesel particulate (soot) filters on a diesel car using a Chassis Dynamometer—a treadmill for vehicles that provides realistic road operating conditions. The suite of instruments available to researchers at PNNL allows them to develop and evaluate vehicle exhaust after-treatment systems. Diesel engines are more efficient than gasoline engines, so finding ways to cost-effectively clean up diesel engine exhaust will help get efficient diesel vehicles on the road.

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Document Title: Diesel Emissions
Category: Energy Production and Conservation
Media Type: Photos
Date of Image/Photo: July 2009
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