Automotive emission, Catalytic Converter, Catalyst, aluminium group metal
Air pollution generated from mobile sources is a problem of general interest. Vehicle population is projected to grow close to 1300 million by the year 2030. Due to incomplete combustion in the engine, there are a number of incomplete combustion products CO, HC, NOx, particulate matters etc. These pollutants have negative impact on air quality, environment and human health that leads in stringent norms of pollutant emission. Numbers of alternative technologies like improvement in engine design, fuel pretreatment, use of alternative fuels, fuel additives, exhaust treatment or better tuning of the combustion process etc. are being considered to reduce the emission levels of the engine. Among all the types of technologies developed so far, use of catalytic converters based on aluminium (noble) group metal is the best way to control automotive exhaust emissions.
This review paper discusses Comparison Of Emissions By Pure Diesel And Biodiesel(B10) By Five Gas Analyser Using Catayltic Convertor