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Volume 65, Issue 3
  • ISSN: 2056-5135

Abstract

On-road tailpipe volatile organic compounds (VOCs) were sampled from light-duty diesel trucks (LDDTs) compliant with Euro III to V, and a total of 102 VOC species were quantified. The composition characteristics and carbon number distributions were investigated, and the contribution of individual VOC to ozone formation potentials (OFPs) was weighted. Results showed that alkanes were the major VOC species, accounting for approximately 65.5%. VOC emissions decreased significantly as the standards became stricter, especially for alkanes and aromatics; and the VOC emissions on highway were much lower than those on urban roads. Carbon number distribution of VOCs was mainly concentrated in C3–C4 and C10–C12. Aromatics were the major contributors to ozone formation, taking up 49.3–57.6% of the total OFPs, and naphthalene, 1-butene, dodecane, 1,2,3-trimethylbenzene and 2-propenal were the top five species. The information provided insight into the tailpipe VOC emission characteristics and may help decision makers drafting related emission policies.

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