Data for: Experimental measurement of the filtration efficiency and pressure drop of wall-flow Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) made of biomorphic Silicon Carbide using laboratory generated particles

Published: 29 December 2017| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/mrynjz5vsv.1
Pilar Orihuela, Debora Fino, Paolo Miceli, Aurora Gómez-Martín, Ricardo Chacartegui, José Antonio Becerra Villanueva


Pressure drop and particle concentration during filtration tests at laboratory scale (soot laden gas stream created by a soot generator) of two small wall-flow Diesel Particulate Filters made of MDF-bioSiC. The concentration of particles upstream and downstream the filter is measured with a Scanning Mobility Particle Sizer (SMPS). Soot generator: PALAS GFG 1000 (5 LPM Argon; 200 sparks/s) Geometrical dimensions of the DPF samples: 9.2 mm x 9.2 mm x 31 mm (cell density 57.59 cell/cm2 ~ 371.6 cpsi)



Filtration, Atmospheric Aerosols, Bioceramics, Diesel Engine