CAMBS - REAL WORLD DRIVING EMISSIONS AROUND CAMBRIDGE AND LONDON: The use of fast response analyzers for transient measurements.
Mark Peckham is a director at Cambustion (a spin-off company from Cambridge University Engineering Dept in 1987). He graduated from Edinburgh University in 1990 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and went on to complete his PhD at Emmanuel College Cambridge in 1993. After a brief time at Ricardo in Shoreham, he returned to Cambridge to work for Cambustion where he has helped develop new emissions-related instrumentation and provides technical support to his customers worldwide. He has a particular interest in in-cylinder sampling and tonight’s talk involves his current area of interest: Real world Driving Emissions. The reasons behind the vehicle producing such emissions is discussed and also their locations; identified on street maps via the use of GPS co-ordinates.
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Cambridge, CB1 1PT
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