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|Title: ||Abatement of particulate emissions from diesel-powered engines : a review|
|Authors: ||Ma, Jian Xin|
|Issue Date: ||Apr-1994 |
|Series/Report no.: ||Research Centre Publications 94-08|
|Abstract: ||According to the 1989 Government White Paper on the environment, suspended particulate matter is one of the most serious pollution problems in Hong Kong. Government figures show that about 44% of the airborne particulate matter is emitted by diesel-powered vehicles.
Diesel-powered vehicles are widely used in Hong Kong because they have high thermal efficiency and are more lax on fuel requirements. Both of these factors translate into better fuel economy.|
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