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* Corresponding author 1 INRETS-LTE - Laboratoire Transport et Environnement 2 Istituto Motori 3 TU Graz - Graz University of Technology Graz 4 Infras 5 LAT - Laboratory of Applied Thermodynamics 6 Technical Research Centre of Finland 7 I.C. Engines-Furnaces 8 ESIGEC - Ecole Supérieure d-Ingénieurs de Chambéry EPU Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire de l-Université de Savoie - Polytech Annecy-Chambéry

Abstract : The emission models for atmospheric pollutants have been updated and strongly improved for the road light vehicles. This development is based on a wide and specific measurement campaign, with more than 150 vehicles and about 3500 tests for a large number of pollutants. The results of these measurements are included in a database especially designed, available and open to future European measurements data. The Artemis model for light vehicles contains a set of complementary sub-models. The base model calculates the hot emissions for each vehicle category according to the driving behaviour. It contains 5 alternative models: The main model considers traffic situations discrete model, with emission factors for each of them; A simplified model, built on the same data, takes into account the driving behaviour through the average speed continuous model; A continuous model, so-called kinematic, considers a limited number of aggregated kinematic parameters; 2 instantaneous models consider some instantaneous parameters as instantaneous speed. These models are associated to models taking into account the influence of several parameters, as cold start, using of auxiliaries like air conditioning, vehicle mileage, ambient air temperature and humidity, road slope and vehicle load.

Keywords : Passenger car inventory Europe regulated and unregulated pollutant cold start auxiliary mileage temperature humidity slope load traffic situation kinematic

Author: Robert Joumard - Jean-Marc Andre - Mario Rapone - Michael Zallinger - Natascha Kljun - Michel Andre - Zisis Samaras - Stéphane R

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