Researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee and Ford Motor Co. are developing an improved oxides of nitrogen (NOx) sensor that would seamlessly activate NOx-reducing “traps” in diesel exhaust systems to reduce emissions. In its fifth year, the project is targeting completion in time to manufacture sensors for use in diesel-powered light vehicles that must meet new U.S. federal and California emissions standards that phase in between 2007-2009. Ford says a proof-of-concept ...

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