A Review on Working and Design of Convertor for Exhaust Gas Convertion.

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  • School of Mechanical Engineering, REVA University, Bangaluru-560064, Karnataka.




Air pollution produced from vehicles sources such as automobiles contributes major air pollution issues in rural as well as metro cities and industrialized hubs in both big and small population countries. Around 50 million cars are produced per year and over 700 million vehicles will be running worldwide.Vehicle population issue is estimated to grow close to 1300 million by the year 2035. In recent years, the demand for new and high performance of product is on the rise. Design changes in the product is subjected to efficient design. Apart from developing high performing products, different design approach is needed. Also it is essential to eliminate the over design which is finally not helpful to achieve the required results. Considering the catalytic convertor design research.



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S C, R. K., & Onikeri, S. (2023). A Review on Working and Design of Convertor for Exhaust Gas Convertion. Journal of Mines, Metals and Fuels, 70(10A), 294–296. https://doi.org/10.18311/jmmf/2022/31240

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