DETROIT — AVL List GmbH, the Austrian engine development consulting company, believes its initial testing of a single-cylinder experimental gasoline-fueled engine indicates that the 0.07 gram per mile (gpm) NOx limit for light-duty vehicles can be met without aftertreatment systems. And particulate emissions are nil. AVL's Peter Meurer tells WEVTU the concept is to employ compression ignition of gasoline at higher-than-normal compression ratios (higher than for conventional gasoline ...

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