Indian Emissions Booklet Essay

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INDIAN EMISSIONS REGULATIONS Limits, Regulations & Measurement of Exhaust Emissions and Calculation of Fuel Consumption December 2011 THE AUTOMOTIVE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION OF INDIA With Best Compliments From : Shrikant R Marathe, Director - ARAI Progress through Research © Head Legal - ARAI, Pune National Ambient Air Quality Standard (CPCB) and Health Effects of Air Pollutants 43-49 Heavy Duty Commercial Engines Progress through Research 17 TEST CYCLES IV) EMISSION STANDARDS FOR CNG & LPG DRIVEN VEHICLES I) Mass emission standards for vehicles when operating on CNG shall be same as are applicable for gasoline vehicles with the exception that HC shall be replaced by NMHC, where NMHC= 0.3 x HC II) Mass emission standards for vehicles when operating on LPG shall be same as are applicable for gasoline vehicles with the exception that HC shall be replaced by RHC, where RHC= 0.5 x HC III) Crank case emission and SHED test are not applicable in CNG/LPG mode. IV) Applicable emission norms for CNG & LPG driven vehicle . Category OE CNG/ LPG Category M and Category N Vehicles with GVW=3500kg, 3 wheelers and 2 wheelers CNG/LPG Category M and Category N Vehicles with GVW= 3500kg, 3 wheelers and 2 wheelers retro fitment from Gasoline CNG/LPG Category M and Category N Vehicles with GVW= 3500kg, 3 wheelers and 2 wheelers retro fitment from Diesel CNG/LPG Category M and Category N Vehicles with GVW > 3500kg, manufactured upto1st April 2010 CNG/LPG Category M and Category N Vehicles with GVW > 3500kg, manufactured on and from 1st April 2010 Applicable Emission Norms Prevailing gasoline norms * Prevailing gasoline norms Prevailing diesel norms** Prevailing diesel engine norms based on 13-mode steady-state engine dynamometer test or 13 -mode Engine steady state cycle as applicable ** Prevailing diesel engine norms ** * - Vehicle

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