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Martin Rexeis

Bio: Martin Rexeis is an academic researcher from Graz University of Technology. The author has contributed to research in topics: Fuel efficiency & Air quality index. The author has an hindex of 10, co-authored 34 publications receiving 386 citations.

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TL;DR: In this article, the authors describe the incorporation of actual emission measurements and future emission standards into the emission model "NEMO" (Network Emission Model), which is then applied to make predictions on vehicle emission levels on basis of the Austrian fleet composition until 2020.

119 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a heavy-duty vehicle (HDV) emission model developed within the framework of three international projects was presented, where the model input data were gained from extensive measurement campaigns on HDV engines and HDV and a European data collection program.

89 citations

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01 May 2016-Energy
TL;DR: In this article, a new methodology is proposed based on a combination of component testing and computer simulation of the vehicles' fuel consumption, which can capture vehicle performance and fuel consumption against the measured data.

39 citations


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TL;DR: In this paper, the authors reviewed the nature of the particle emissions from road vehicles including both exhaust and non-exhaust (abrasion and re-suspension sources) and briefly reviewed the various methods available for quantification of the road traffic contribution.

891 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a review of the techniques used to measure road vehicle emissions are examined in relation to the development of emission factors found in emission models used to produce emission inventories.

433 citations

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TL;DR: Size-fractionated samples of airborne particulate matter have been collected in a number of campaigns at Marylebone Road, London and simultaneously at background sites either in Regents Park or at North Kensington, and roadside increments attributable to nonexhaust emissions arising from traffic activity have been calculated.
Abstract: Size-fractionated samples of airborne particulate matter have been collected in a number of campaigns at Marylebone Road, London and simultaneously at background sites either in Regents Park or at North Kensington. Analysis of these samples has enabled size distributions of total mass and of a number of elements to be determined, and roadside increments attributable to nonexhaust emissions arising from traffic activity have been calculated. Taking a novel approach, the combined use of size distribution information and tracer elements has allowed the separate estimation of the contributions of brake dust, tire dust, and resuspension to particle mass in the range 0.9-11.5 μm aerodynamic diameter and mean contributions (± s.e.) at the Marylebone Road sampling site are estimated as resuspended dust 38.1 ± 9.7%, brake dust 55.3 ± 7.0%, and tire dust 10.7 ± 2.3%, (accounting for a total of 104.1% of coarse particle mass in the traffic increment above background).

403 citations

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TL;DR: Air quality and health benefits of 14 specific emission control measures targeting BC and methane would have substantial co-benefits for air quality and public health worldwide, potentially reversing trends of increasing air pollution concentrations and mortality in Africa and South, West, and Central Asia.
Abstract: Background: Tropospheric ozone and black carbon (BC), a component of fine particulate matter (PM ≤ 2.5 µm in aerodynamic diameter; PM2.5), are associated with premature mortality and they disrupt g...

362 citations