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Secondary aerosol formation from photochemical aging of aircraft exhaust in a smog chamber
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions
Field experiments were performed to investigate the effects of photo-oxidation on fine particle emissions from an in-use CFM56-2B gas turbine engine mounted on a KC-135 Stratotanker airframe. Emissions were sampled into a portable smog chamber from a rake inlet installed one-meter downstream of the engine exit plane of a parked and chocked aircraft. The chamber was then exposed to sunlight and/or UV lights to initiate photo-oxidation. Separate tests were performed at different engine loads (4,doi:10.5194/acpd-10-27893-2010 fatcat:5dinj6qimbhbbgmjquqgmzhe54