Inside the combustion chamber, Particulate Matter (PM) and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) have conflicting chemical factors. No diesel engine can be designed to meet both PM and NOx emission standards without the use of an exhaust treatment system.
When the engine is operating most efficiently for power, minimal PM is produced. However the NOx levels are very high. When exhaust gas is re-circulated back into the intake, the NOx production is reduced. However the higher levels of PM are created. In either situation, an exhaust after treatment system is needed to reduce the levels of remaining pollutants.
Particulate Matter (PM) is composed of minute particles and pollutants, which pose serious health risks for people and animals.
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) contribute to the cause of acid rain and ground level ozone.
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