SAN ANTONIO, TX -- Southwest Research Institute is looking for up to a dozen companies to join in a research consortium to investigate the potential for common lubricating oils to degrade or poison emission-control systems for diesel and gasoline engines. Cost to join the consortium is $85,000 per member. The consortium is expected to begin its meetings in February or March. The study will expose various emissions control systems to oil combustion byproducts. Effects of lubricating oil ...

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