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The Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan will honor Mazda next month for the automaker's research into combustion of catalysts in diesel particulate filters (DPFs). Mazda's goal, unsurprisingly, is to design future DPFs that burn up exhaust soot and other particulates better. Mazda's winning research looked at how a catalysts' oxygen exchange characteristics affect particle combustion, and the company has discovered ways to get the DPFs to clean the exhaust better. This is all lab work for n

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) recently awarded GEO2 Technologies a grant of $185,000 to broaden the engine range on which GEO2's diesel particulate filters (DPFs) can be installed. I won't even pretend to understand how the GEO's "patented, cross-linked microstructure" helps these DPFs remove "99 percent of pollutants from diesel exhaust while achieving high fuel economy, emissions control and enhanced engine performance," but all that sounds like a good thing. There are more details

If you've got a modern clean diesel, there's a good chance you've got a diesel particulate filter (DPF) attached to the exhaust system. GEO2 Technologies today announced that a new silicon carbide substrate will improve DPFs and that "GEO2's patented microstructure is poised to drive the next wave of high-temperature filter innovation, effectively removing 99 percent of pollutants from diesel exhaust while achieving better fuel economy, emissions control and enhanced engine performance." The ann

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