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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2000Characterisation of Vehicle Emissions.HUMMEL Rudolf; KRASENBRINK Alois; DE SANTI Giovanni federigoContributions to Conferences
2004Effects of Reformulated Fuels on Pollutant Emissions from Diesel Vehicles. Part 1. Combustion Improver Additive.ASTORGA LLORENS C0vadonga; FARFALETTI Arianna; KRASENBRINK Alois; MANFREDI Urbano; MARTINI G.; MUELLER Anne; LARSEN Bo richter; DE SANTI Giovanni federigoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2004Il Ruolo della Qualità dei Combustibili nella Riduzione delle Emissioni da Traffico: il Processo di Revisione della Legislazione sui Combustibili.MARTINI G.; DE SANTI Giovanni federigoArticles in Journals
2004Il Ruolo della Ricerca nella Lotta contro l'Inquinamento da Traffico.MARTINI G.; DE SANTI Giovanni federigo; KRASENBRINK AloisArticles in Journals
2004La Battaglia contro le Emissioni da TrafficoMARTINI G.; DE SANTI Giovanni federigo; KRASENBRINK AloisArticles in Journals
2002La Proposta di Direttiva dell'UE e le Leggi Nazionali nel Regno Unito, Danimarca e Paesi Bassi Riguardanti lo Scambio dei Diritti di Emissione.DE SANTI Giovanni federigo; DILARA Panagiota a.; PARADIZ B.; MARTINI G.Contributions to Conferences
2000Particulate Emission from Incineration.KRASENBRINK Alois; HUMMEL Rudolf; DE SANTI Giovanni federigoContributions to Conferences
2004Proceedings of the International Conference on Future Worldwide Emission Requirements for Passenger Cars and Light Duty Vehicles and EURO-V, 10-11 December 2003, Milano (I) (4 vols.)DILARA Panagiota a.; KRASENBRINK Alois; DE SANTI Giovanni federigoBooks
2001Use of a Simple Model for the Interpretation of Experimental Data on Particle Resuspension in Turbulent Flows.BIASI Luigi; DE LOS REYES Alfredo; REEKS Michael; DE SANTI Giovanni federigoArticles in Journals
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