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  11.2) Books and Research Papers (continued)


  92.  Remote Sensing of Vehicle Exhaust Emissions.
       S.H.Cadle and R.D.Stephens.
       Environ. Sci. Technol., v.28 .258A-264A. (1994)<>
 
  93.  Real-World Vehicle Emissions: A Summary of the Third Annual CRC-APRAC
       On-Road Vehicle Emissions Workshop.
       S.H.Cadle, R.A.Gorse, D.R.Lawson.
       Air &amp; Waste, v.43 .1084-1090 (1993)
       
  94.  On-Road Emission Performance of Late-Model TWC-Cars as Measured by
       Remote Sensing
       Ake Sjodin
       Air &amp; Waste, v.44 .397-404 (1994)<>
 
  95.  Emission Characteristics of Mexico City Vehicles.
       S..Beaton, G.A.Bishop, and D.H.Stedman.
       J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. v.42 .1424-1429 (1992)<>
 
  96.  Enhancements of Remote Sensing for Vehicle Emissions in Tunnels.
       G.A.Bishop, D.H.Stedman and 12 others from GM, EPA etc.
       Air &amp; Waste v.44 .168-175 (1994)
       
  97.  The Cost of Reducing Emissions from Late-Model High-Emitting
       Vehicles Detected Via Remote Sensing.
       R.M.Rueff.
       J. Air Waste Manage. Assoc. v.42 .921-925 (1992)<>
 
  98.  On-road Vehicle Emissions: US studies.
       K.T.Knapp
       Sci.Total Environ. v.146/147 .209-215 (1994)<>
 
  99.  IR Long-Path Photometry: A Remote Sensing Tool for Automobile 
       Emissions.
       G.A.Bishop, J.R.Starkey, A.Ihlenfeldt, W.J.Williams, and D.H.Stedman.
       Analytical Chemistry, v.61 .671A-677A (1989)<>
 
 100.  A Cost-Effectiveness Study of Carbon Monoxide Emissions Reduction
       Utilising Remote Sensing.
       G.A.Bishop, D.H.Stedman, J.E.Peterson, T.J.Hosick, and .L.Guenther
       Air &amp; Waste, v.42 .978-985 (1993)<>
 
 101.  A presentation to the California I/M Review Committee of results of
       a 1991 pilot programme.
       D.R.Lawson, J.A.Gunderson
       29 January 1992.   <>
 
 102.  On-Road Vehicle Emissions: Regulations, Costs, and Benefits.
       S..Beaton, G.A.Bishop, Y.Zhang, L.L.Ashbaugh, D.R.Lawson, and
       D.H.Stedman.
       Science, v.268 .991-995. (1995)<>
 
 103.  Reference 33.
       Methods of Knock Rating. 15. Measurement of the Knocking 
       Characteristics of Automotive Fuels. v.4. .3057-3065.
       J.M.Campbell, T.A.Boyd. 
       
 104.  Standard Test Method for Knock Characteristics of Motor and Aviation
       Fuels by the Motor Method.
       ASTM D 2700 - 92. IP236/83  
       Annual Book of ASTM Standards v.05.04 (1994).<>
 
 105.  Standard Test Method for Knock Characteristics of Motor Fuels by the 
       Research Method.
       ASTM D 2699 - 92. IP237/69  
       Annual Book of ASTM Standards v.05.04 (1994).<>
 
 106.  High Sensitivity of Certain Gasolines Remains a Problem.
       Hydrocarbon Processing, July 1994. .11. <>
 
 107.  Preparation of distillates for front end octane number ( RON 100C )
       of motor gasoline
       IP 325/82
       Standard Methods for Analysis and Testing of Petroleum and Related
       Products. Wiley. ISBN 0 471 94879 9 (1994).<>
 
 108.  Octane Enhancers.
       D.Simanaitis and D.Kott.
       Road &amp; Track, April 1989. .82,83,86-88.
 
 109.  Specification for Aviation Gasolines
       ASTM D 910 - 93
       Annual Book of ASTM Standards v.05.01 (1994).<>
 
 110.  Reference 1.
       - Chapter 19. R.A.Vere<>
 
 111.  Technical Publication - Motor Gasolines
       Chevron Research and Technology Company (1990)  <>
 
 112.  Automotive Sensors Improve Driving Performance.
       L.M.Sheppard.
       Ceramic Bulletin, v.71 .905-913 (1992).<>
 
 113.  Water Addition to Gasoline - Effect on Combustion, Emissions, 
       Performance, and Knock.
       J.A.Harrington.
       SAE Technical Paper 820314 (1982).<>
 
 114.  Reference 37.
       - Chapter 7.<>
 
 115.  Exhaust Valve Recession with Low-Lead Gasolines.  
       Automotive Engineering, November 1987. .72-76.<>
 
 116.  Investigation of Fire and Explosion Accidents in the Chemical, Mining
       and Fuel-Related Industries - A Manual.
       Joseph M. Kuchta.
       US Dept. of the Interior. Bureau of Mines Bulletin 680 (1985).<>
 
 117.  Natural Gas as an Automobile Fuel, An Experimental study.
       R.D.Fleming and J.R.Allsup.
       US Dept. of the Interior. Bureau of Mines Report 7806 (1973).<>
 
 118.  Comparative Studies of Methane and Propane as Fuels for Spark Ignition
       and Compression Ignition Engines.
       G.A.Karim and I.Wierzba.
       SAE Paper 831196. (1983).<>
 
 119.  Some Considerations of the Safety of Methane, (CNG), as an Automotive
       Fuel - Comparison with Gasoline, Propane, and Hydrogen Operation.
       G.A.Karim.
       SAE Paper 830267. (1983).<>
 
 120.  Natural Gas (Methane), Synthetic Natural Gas and Liquified Petroleum
       Gases as fuels for Transportation.
       R.D.Fleming, R.L.Bechtold
       SAE Paper 820959. (1982).<>
 
 121.  The Outlook for Hydrogen.
       N.S.Mayersohn.
       Popular Science, October 1993. .66-71,111.<>
 
 122.  Hydrogen as the Fuel for a Spark Ignition Otto Cycle Engine
       A.B.Allan.
       SAE Paper 821200. (1982).<>
 
 123.  Hydrogen as a Fuel for Vehicle Propulsion
       K.S.Varde, G.G.Lucas.
       Proc.Inst.Mech.Engrs. v.188 26/74 .365-372 (1974).
  
 124.  Reference 8.
       - Volume 13. Hydrogen Energy.<>
 
 125.  Reference 8.
       - Volume 11. Fuel Cells.<>
 
 126.  The Clean Machine.
       R.H.Williams.
       Technology Review, April 1994. .21-30.<>
 
 127.  Fuel Cells: Energy Conversion for the Next Century.
       S.Kartha, .Grimes.
       Physics Today, November 1994. .54-61. <>
 
 128.  Hybrid car promises high performance and low emissions.
       M. Valenti.
       Mechanical Engineering, July 1994. .46-49.<>
 
 129.  Water-Gasoline Fuels -- Their Effect on Spark-Ignition Engine
       Emissions and Performance.
       B.D.Peters, R.F.Stebar.
       SAE Technical Paper 760547 (1976)<>
 
 130.  ?
       Automotive Industries Magazine, December 1994.<>
 
 131.  Instrumental Methods of Analysis - 6th edition. 
       H.H.Willard, L.L.Merritt, J.A.Dean, F.A.Settle. 
       D.Van Nostrand. ISBN 0-442-24502-5 (1981).  <>
 
 132.  Research into Asymmetric Membrane Hollow Filter Device for Oxygen-
       Enriched Air Production.
       A.Z.Gollan. M.H.Kleper.
       Dept.of Energy Report DOE/ID/12429-1 (1985).
     
 133.  New Look at Oxygen Enrichment. I. The diesel engine.
       H.C.Watson, E.E.Milkins, G.R.Rigby.
       SAE Technical Paper 900344 (1990)<>
 
 134.  Thorpe's Dictionary of Applied Chemistry - 4th edition.
       Longmans. (1949).
       - Petroleum<>
 
 135.  Detonation Characteristics of Some Paraffin Hydrocarbons.
       W.G.Lovell, J.M.Campbell, and T.A.Boyd.
       Ind. Eng. Chem., v.23 .26-29. (1931)<>
 
 136.  Secrets of Honda's horsepower heroics.
       C. Csere.
       Car &amp; Driver  May 1991. .29.

  11.3) Suggested Further Reading


   1.  Automotive Fuels Reference Book - 2nd edition
       K.Owen and T.Coley
       SAE. ISBN 1-56091-589-7 (1995)  

   2.  Encyclopedia of Energy Technology and the Environment
       John Wiley and Sons (1995) 
       - Transportation Fuels - Automotive Gasoline
         L.M.Gibbs .2675-2698
 
   3.  Modern Petroleum Technology - any edition.
       Editor, G.D.Hobson.
       Wiley. ISBN 0 471 262498 (5th=1984).
         
   4.  Hydrocarbon Fuels.
       E.M.Goodger.
       MacMillan. (1975)
 
   5.  Alternative Fuels
       E.M.Goodger.
       MacMillan. ISBN 0-333-25813-4 (1980)
       
   6.  Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology - 4th edition.
       Editor, M.Howe-Grant.
       Wiley. ISBN 0-471-52681-9 (1993) 
       - especially Alcohol Fuels, Gasoline and Other Motor Fuels, Hydrogen
         Energy and Fuel Cells chapters.<>
 
   7.  The Automotive Handbook. - any edition.
       Bosch.
  
   8.  SAE Handbook, volume 1. - issued annually.
       SAE. ISBN 1-56091-461-0 (1994).
       - especially J312, and J1297.<>
 
   9.  Proceedings of the xxth International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels.
       - Held every two years and most of the 10 conferences have lots of
         good technical information, especially the earlier ones.
       - various publishers.<>
 
  10.  Alternative Transportation Fuels - An Environmental and Energy
       solution.
       Editor, D.Sperling. 
       Quorum Books. ISBN 0-89930-407-9 (1989).<>
 
  11.  The Gasohol Handbook.
       V. Daniel Hunt.
       Industrial Press. ISBN 0-8311-1137-2 (1981).<>
 
  12.  The Science of Petroleum. 
       Various Authors.
       Oxford University Press. (1938).
       - especially Part 4 &quot;Detonation and Combustion&quot;.<>
 
  13.  Alternative Fuels for Road Vehicles
       M.L.Poulton
       Computational Mechanics Publications ISBN 1-56252-225-6 (1994).<>
 
  14.  Alternative Engines for Road Vehicles
       M.L.Poulton
       Computational Mechanics Publications ISBN 1-56252-224-8 (1994).


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