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Evaluation of mutagenic effects of diesel emissions
by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development, Health Effects Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Research Triangle Park, N.C, Cincinnati, OH
Written in English
|Statement||L.B. Russell ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Russell, Liane B, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. ;|
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Effects of Biodiesel on NO x Emissions Bob McCormick. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Golden, Colorado. ARB Biodiesel Workgroup. June 8, NREL/PR Advantages of Biodiesel Inherent advantages of diesel engines: •Up to 40% (or even higher) improved efficiency relative to gasoline •Inherently very low hydrocarbon emissions File Size: KB. The fuel efficiency and durability of diesel technology are particularly desirable in the transportation and construction industries. Concerns about the health effects of diesel particulate emissions have led to progressively stricter emission standards, which can be met only through new technologic advances and fuel modifications.
HEI has published Research Report , which describes a study led by Dr. Xiaoliang Wang at the Desert Research Institute in Reno, Nevada. Wang and his colleagues sought to evaluate how mobile-source emissions have changed through real-world emission characterization in two traffic tunnels: the Shing Mun Tunnel in Hong Kong and the Fort McHenry Tunnel in Baltimore, . Vehicle emissions contribute to fine particulate matter (PM ) and tropospheric ozone air pollution, affecting human health 1,2,3,4,5, crop yields 5,6 and climate 5,7 worldwide. On-road diesel Cited by:
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PB Evaluation of Mutagenic Effects of Diesel Emissions: I. Tests for Heritable and Germ-Cell Effects in the Mouse (U.S.) Oak Ridge National Lab., TN Prepared for Health Effects Research Lab, Research Triangle Park, NC Aug 81 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE National Technical Information Service.
Get this from a library. Evaluation of mutagenic effects of diesel emissions: tests for heritable and germ-cell effects in the mouse. [L B Russell; Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Research Triangle Park, N.C.);].
Strong mutagenic effects of diesel engine emissions using vegetable oil as fuel Article (PDF Available) in Archives of Toxicology 81(8) September.
Carcinogenic and Mutagenic Effects of Diesel Engine Exhaust emissions from diesel engine is an area of serious concern, with the emissions being carcinogenic in nature . Evaluation of. Int. 5, Ember, L. () The diesel dilemma: EPA's difficult decision, En- vironm Environmental Protection Agency () Health effects associated with diesel exhaust emissions: Literature review and evaluation.
EPA /, U. Environmental Protection Agency, Re- search Triangle Park, by: Highlights Stringent emission standards were set for particulate matter and NO x. Revolutionary advances made in diesel engine and fuel technology. Major changes are use of ultra-low sulfur fuel and diesel particulate filters.
Reduced emissions of particulate matter and changes in composition have resulted. Separate carcinogenic hazard evaluation is needed for New Cited by: Cytotoxic and Mutagenic Effects, Particle Size and Concentration Analysis of Diesel Engine Emissions Using Biodiesel and Petrol Diesel as Fuel.
Arch. Toxicol. Bunger, J., et al. Mutagenicity of Diesel Exhaust Particles From Two Fossil and Two Plant Oil Fuels. Huisingh, J., S. Nesnow, R. Bradow, and M. Waters. Application of a battery of short-term mutagenesis and carcinogenesis bioassays to the evaluation of soluble organics from diesel particulates.
Presented at the International Symposium on Health Effects of Diesel Engine Emissions, Cincinnati, OH. Google ScholarCited by: 7. Oxygenates: An Evaluation of their Effects on Diesel Emissions This paper summarizes a program to investigate the impact of a variety of oxygenates on diesel exhaust emissions, especially particulate matter (PM) and NOx by: Exhaust Gas Emissions and Mutagenic Effects of Diesel Fuel, Biodiesel and Biodiesel Blends The replacement of petrol derived fuels by biogenic fuels from renewable resources has become of worldwide interest and is scientifically investigated for its environmental costs and by: United States Environmental Protection Agency Research and Development v-/EPA DIESEL EMISSIONS SYMPOSIUM Registration and Abstract Book Octobe/, The Roval Villa Hotel Raleigh, North Carolina Sponsored by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research and Development Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. This study was conducted to investigate the mutagenic potential of diesel engine emissions from neat (B) and blended (B50) soy-based fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) biodiesel in comparison with ULSD PM using different engine operating conditions and.
Arch Toxicol. Aug;81(8) Epub Mar Strong mutagenic effects of diesel engine emissions using vegetable oil as fuel. Bünger J(1), Krahl J, Munack A, Ruschel Y, Schröder O, Emmert B, Westphal G, Müller M, Hallier E, Brüning by: The HEI Diesel Working Group focused its evaluation on a set of issues that it thought were critical to assessing the carcinogenic risks of exposure to diesel exhaust.
Its Special Report 1 includes background papers that contain in-depth discussions of emissions, exposure, toxicity, carcinogenicity, and dose-response relations. Biodiesel (rapeseed oil methyl ester, RME) is used as a "green fuel" in several countries.
For a preliminary assessment of environmental and health effects of RME, the particulate-associated emissions from the DEP of RME and common fossil diesel fuel (DF) and their in vitro cytotoxic and mutagenic effects were by: Acute effects of diesel exhaust exposure include irritation of the nose and eyes, lung function changes, respiratory changes, headache, fatigue and nausea.
Chronic exposures are associated with cough, sputum production and lung function decrements. In addition to symptoms, exposure studies in healthy humans have documented a number of profound Cited by: Diesel emissions directly release fine particles into the air and on hot days, diesel exhaust from on-road vehicles and off- road equipment increases the level of ground ozone.
These high levels of ozone and fine particles are detrimental to public health and the environment. ABSTRACT. This study evaluated the use of crude glycerin as an alternative of energy generation to replace the traditional fuels. The Tradescantia stamen hair mutation assay (Trad-SH) was applied to study the mutagenic effects caused by the emissions generated in the direct combustion of diesel oil and glycerin in a flame tube furnace.
This study was conducted to investigate the mutagenic potential of diesel engine emissions (DEE) from neat (B) and blended (B50) soy-based fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) biodiesel in comparison with ULSD PM using different engine operating.
The Tradescantia stamen hair mutation assay (Trad-SH) was applied to study the mutagenic effects caused by the emissions generated in the direct combustion of diesel oil and glycerin in a flame tube furnace.
Tradescantia inflorescences were exposed to gaseous emissions from the combustion tests in a fumigation chamber for min. Read chapter 4 BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SMOKE, EMISSION, AND SOME OF THEIR PAH COMPONENTS: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons: Evaluation of Sources and Effect.• USEPA has set a Reference Concentration for diesel exhaust (includes DPM) of 5 ug/m3.
• The US Health Effects Institute-Panel () to report (in 18 mths time) on whether there is sufficient data form the recent studies to conduct a quantitative risk assessment for general exposures (that is lower dose levels)File Size: 1MB.cancer risks from diesel exhaust that are similar to those developed by OEHHA and ARB.
Exposure to diesel exhaust can have immediate health effects. Diesel exhaust can irritate the eyes, nose, throat and lungs, and it can cause coughs, headaches, light-headedness and nausea. In studies with human volunteers, diesel exhaust particles made peopleFile Size: KB.