Modeling Emission Factors for Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles

incorporated compressed natural gas vehicles (CNGVs) into their CFF … EPA proposes that emission factors for certified heavy-duty CNG vehicles are equal …

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Modeling Emission, Factors for Compressed, Natural Gas Vehicles, Modeling Emission Factors for, Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles, -DRAFTModeling Emission Factors for Compressed Natural Gas Vehicles, Report Number, M6.FUL.004, Janet C. Kremer, U.S. E.P.A. Assessment and Modeling Division, April 1999, 1.0 Introduction, 2.0 Background, 3.0 Data, Light-duty Analysis, Table 1: Emission Values and Percent Change for Predicted M6 ULEVs and Measured CNGVs, Emissions for LDV M6 ULEVs vs Data, LDV, Emissions (grams/mile), 1: Emissions for LDV ULEVs M6 vs CNG Data, 2: Emissions for LDT1 M6 ULEVs vs CNG Data, Emissions for LDT1 M6 ULEVs vs Data, LDT1, Emissions (grams/mile), 3: Emissions for LDT2 M6 ULEVs vs Data, Emissions for LDT2 M6 ULEVs vs Data, LDT2, Heavy-duty Vehicles, CNG Vehicles in MOBILE6, Conclusion

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  1. I wonder the same thing. A lot of my fnierds say I’m not supporting my country because I bought a Honda. My vehicle was more expensive than a domestic one would have been, but I looked at the gas mileage and the reliability of it. The model of my car has very few problems with breaking down, little things going wrong so I figured the investment was well worth it. If I could do it all over again, I would still buy the car I have now. Maybe if domestic manufacturers learned something from the foreign manufacturers, there wouldn’t be an issue of people not wanting to buy domestic.

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