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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008Exploratory Work for the PMP Heavy-Duty Inter-laboratory Correlation ExerciseGIECHASKIEL Barouch; MARTINEZ-LOZANO Pablo; CARRIERO Massimo; MARTINI Giorgio; ANDERSSON JonContributions to Conferences
2009Heavy Duty Particle Measurement Programme (PMP): Exploratory Work for the Definition of the Test ProtocolGIECHASKIEL Barouch; CARRIERO Massimo; MARTINI Giorgio; ANDERSSON JonContributions to Conferences
2012Measurement of Automotive Non-Volatile Particle Number Emissions within the European Legislative Framework: A ReviewGIECHASKIEL Barouch; MAMAKOS ATHANASIOS; ANDERSSON Jon; DILARA Panagiota; MARTINI Giorgio; SCHINDLER Wolfgang; BERGMANN AlexanderArticles in Journals
2007Particle Measurement Programme (PMP) Light Duty Inter-laboratory Exercise: Final ResultsDILARA PANAGIOTA; ANDERSSON Jon; GIECHASKIEL BAROUCHContributions to Conferences
2007Particle Measurement Programme (PMP) Light-duty Inter-laboratory Correlation Exercise (ILCE_LD) Final ReportANDERSSON JON; GIECHASKIEL BAROUCH; MUNOZ BUENO Rafael; SANDBACH Emma; DILARA PANAGIOTAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008Particle Measurement Programme (PMP) Light-Duty Inter-Laboratory Exercise: Comparison of Different Particle Number Measurement SystemsGIECHASKIEL BAROUCH; DILARA PANAGIOTA; SANDBACH Emma; ANDERSSON JonArticles in Journals
2008Particle Measurement Programme (PMP): Light-duty Inter-laboratory Exercise: Repeatability and Reproducibility of the Particle Number MethodGIECHASKIEL BAROUCH; DILARA PANAGIOTA; ANDERSSON JONArticles in Journals
2008Progress in the PMP Inter-Laboratory Exercises for Heavy Duty EnginesANDERSSON Jon; GIECHASKIEL Barouch; MARTINI GiorgioContributions to Conferences
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