Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) is launching a research consortium to develop technological solutions for offroad, naturally aspirated diesel engines to achieve the adopted and expected U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Tier 3 emission levels set to go in effect in 2008 for 50- to 100-hp engines. The offroad engine industry faces special problems meeting the proposed Tier 3 standards because naturally aspirated diesel engines play a predominant role in the various offroad ...
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