MADISON, WI, USA – The debate surrounding the Environmental Protection Agency's imminent Tier II oxides of nitrogen (NOx) emissions standards – and their effect on auto and truck makers’ ability to market light-duty and commercial diesel engines in the U.S. – is anything but over. One of the recent University of Wisconsin Engine Research Center Modeling Symposium’s featured speakers, civil and environmental engineering professor James Schauer, provided an overview of the complex ...

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