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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Chemical Analysis and Ozone Formation Potential of Exhaust from Dual-fuel (liquefied petroleum gas/gasoline) Light Duty VehiclesADAM Thomas; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; CLAIROTTE MICHAEL; DUANE Matthew; ELSASSER M.; KRASENBRINK Alois; LARSEN Bo; MANFREDI Urbano; MARTINI Giorgio; MONTERO Larisse, et alArticles in Journals
2010Chemical Characterization of Emissions from Modern Two-Stroke Mopeds Complying with Legislative Regulation in Europe (EURO-2)ADAM Thomas; FARFALETTI Arianna; MONTERO Larisse; MARTINI Giorgio; MANFREDI Urbano; LARSEN Bo; DE SANTI Giovanni; KRASENBRINK Alois; ASTORGA-LLORENS MariaArticles in Journals
2009Effect of Fuel Ethanol Content on Exhaust Emissions of a Flexible Fuel VehicleMARTINI Giorgio; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; ADAM Thomas; MANFREDI Urbano; FARFALETTI Arianna; MONTERO Larisse; KRASENBRINK Alois; LARSEN Bo; DE SANTI GiovanniEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010Hydrocarbon Emission Fingerprints from Contemporary Vehicle/Engine Technologies with Conventional and new FuelsMONTERO Larisse; DUANE Matthew; MANFREDI Urbano; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; MARTINI Giorgio; CARRIERO Massimo; KRASENBRINK Alois; LARSEN BoArticles in Journals
2009Physical & Chemical Characterization of Emissions from 2-Stroke Motorcycles - Comparison with 4-Stroke EnginesMARTINI Giorgio; ASTORGA-LLORENS Maria; ADAM Thomas; BONNEL Pierre; FARFALETTI Arianna; JUNNINEN Heiki; MANFREDI Urbano; MONTERO Larisse; MUELLER Anne; KRASENBRINK Alois, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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