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1 ACTIVITIES INCLUDED
2 CONTRIBUTION TO TOTAL EMISSION
3.3 Techniques
3.5.1 Legislation classes of gasoline passenger cars
3.5.2 Legislation classes of diesel passenger cars
3.5.3 Legislation classes of LPG passenger cars
3.5.4 Legislation classes of 2 stroke passenger cars
3.5.5 Legislation classes of gasoline light duty vehicles <3.5 t
3.5.6 Legislation classes of diesel light duty vehicles <3.5 t
3.5.7 Legislation classes of gasoline heavy duty vehicles >3.5 t
3.5.8 Legislation classes of diesel heavy duty vehicles >3.5 t
3.5.9 Legislation classes for 2 stroke mopeds <50 cm³
3.5.10 Legislation classes for 2-stroke and 4-stroke motorcycles >50 cm³
3.5.11 Future emission standards
3.5.12 Summary of vehicle technologies / control measures utilised
4 SIMPLER METHODOLOGY
5.2 Emissions under different driving conditions
5.3 Calculation outline
5.4.1 Accounting for vehicle speed
5.5 Cold start emissions
5.6.2 Sulphur dioxide (SO2) emissions
5.6.3 Lead (Pb) and other heavy metals emissions
5.7.1 Emission degradation due to vehicle age and effect of I&M schemes
5.7.2 Fuel effects
5.7.3 Road slope effect
5.7.4 Vehicle load effect
6 RELEVANT ACTIVITY STATISTICS
7 POINT SOURCE CRITERIA
8.1.1 Pre Euro I – "Conventional"
8.1.2 Euro I
8.1.3 Post Euro I
8.2.1 Pre Euro I and Euro I
8.2.2 Post Euro I
8.3 LPG passenger cars
8.4 Two-stroke passenger cars
8.5 Gasoline light duty vehicles
8.6 Diesel light duty vehicles
8.7 Gasoline heavy duty vehicles
8.8 Diesel heavy duty vehicles and busses
8.9 Two-stroke mopeds <50 cm³
8.10 Motorcycles >50 cm³
8.11.1 Distinction to methane / non methane VOC emissions
8.11.2 Nitrous oxide (N2O) emissions
8.11.3 Ammonia (NH3) emissions
8.11.4 PAHs and POPs
8.11.5 Dioxins and furans
8.12 Fuel consumption dependant emission factors
8.13 Emission degradation functions
8.14 Fuel effects functions
8.15 Road slope correction for HDVs
8.16.1 Emissions from Euro II gasoline passenger cars
8.16.2 Emissions from Euro III heavy duty vehicles
9 SPECIES PROFILES
10.1 Fuel consumption balance
10.2 Unleaded fuel allocation
10.3 Range of application of hot emission factors
11 WEAKEST ASPECTS/PRIORITY AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT IN CURRENT METHODOLOGY
12 SPATIAL DISAGGREGATION CRITERIA FOR AREA SOURCES
13 TEMPORAL DISAGGREGATION CRITERIA
14 ADDITIONAL COMMENTS
15 SUPPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTS
16 VERIFICATION PROCEDURES
17 REFERENCES
18.1 List of abbreviations
18.2 List of symbols
18.3 List of indices
19 RELEASE VERSION, DATE AND SOURCE
20 POINT OF ENQUIRY
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