Zissis Samaras spends much of his time researching Diesel fuel, Automotive engineering, Biodiesel, Diesel particulate filter and Environmental engineering. His work deals with themes such as Exhaust gas, Gasoline, Range, Fuel efficiency and NOx, which intersect with Diesel fuel. As a member of one scientific family, Zissis Samaras mostly works in the field of Exhaust gas, focusing on Particle number and, on occasion, Particle size, Soot, Aerosol and Sampling.
His Automotive engineering study combines topics in areas such as Wind power, Electrical engineering, Mathematical model and Transport engineering. His Biodiesel research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Biofuel and Common rail. Diesel particulate filter is a subfield of Diesel engine that Zissis Samaras tackles.
His primary areas of investigation include Diesel fuel, Automotive engineering, Waste management, Diesel particulate filter and Environmental engineering. His Diesel fuel study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Biodiesel, Gasoline, Diesel engine, Fuel efficiency and NOx. His studies deal with areas such as Driving cycle, Transport engineering and Range as well as Automotive engineering.
His work carried out in the field of Waste management brings together such families of science as Internal combustion engine and Renewable energy. The Diesel particulate filter study which covers Soot that intersects with Pressure drop. His study looks at the relationship between Environmental engineering and topics such as Particle number, which overlap with Analytical chemistry and Particle size.
Zissis Samaras focuses on Automotive engineering, Diesel fuel, Fuel efficiency, Particle number and NOx. His Automotive engineering study incorporates themes from Driving cycle, Automotive exhaust and Gasoline direct injection. Zissis Samaras is studying Diesel particulate filter, which is a component of Diesel fuel.
Zissis Samaras combines subjects such as Calibration, Transport engineering and Cruise with his study of Fuel efficiency. His Particle number research incorporates elements of Computational physics, Current, Air quality index, Aerosol and Particle size. His research in NOx intersects with topics in Waste management and Transient.
Zissis Samaras mainly focuses on Automotive engineering, Diesel fuel, Fuel efficiency, Driving cycle and NOx. In most of his Diesel fuel studies, his work intersects topics such as Gasoline. His Gasoline research also works with subjects such as
The Fuel efficiency study combines topics in areas such as Calibration and Transport engineering. His Driving cycle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Brake and Cold start. His NOx research focuses on subjects like Chassis dynamometer, which are linked to Pollutant emissions.
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METHODOLOGY FOR CALCULATING TRANSPORT EMISSIONS AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION
J Hickman;D Hassel;R Joumard;Z Samaras.
Hazard and risk assessment of a nanoparticulate cerium oxide-based diesel fuel additive - A case study
Barry Park;Kenneth Donaldson;Rodger Duffin;Lang Tran.
Inhalation Toxicology (2008)
Effects of biodiesel on passenger car fuel consumption, regulated and non-regulated pollutant emissions over legislated and real-world driving cycles
Georgios Fontaras;Georgios Karavalakis;Marina Kousoulidou;Theodoros Tzamkiozis.
COPERT: A European Road Transport Emission Inventory Model
Leonidas Ntziachristos;Dimitrios Gkatzoflias;Chariton Kouridis;Zissis Samaras.
Experimental evaluation of hybrid vehicle fuel economy and pollutant emissions over real-world simulation driving cycles
Georgios Fontaras;Panayotis Pistikopoulos;Zissis Samaras.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
Physicochemical and redox characteristics of particulate matter (PM) emitted from gasoline and diesel passenger cars
Michael D. Geller;Leonidas Ntziachristos;Athanasios Mamakos;Zissis Samaras.
Atmospheric Environment (2006)
Emissions of Particulate Trace Elements, Metals and Organic Species from Gasoline, Diesel, and Biodiesel Passenger Vehicles and Their Relation to Oxidative Potential
K. L. Cheung;L. Ntziachristos;T. Tzamkiozis;J. J. Schauer.
Aerosol Science and Technology (2010)
Use of portable emissions measurement system (PEMS) for the development and validation of passenger car emission factors
Marina Kousoulidou;Georgios Fontaras;Leonidas Ntziachristos;Pierre Bonnel.
Atmospheric Environment (2013)
Chemical characteristics and oxidative potential of particulate matter emissions from gasoline, diesel, and biodiesel cars.
Ka Lam Cheung;Andrea Polidori;Leonidas Ntziachristos;Theodoros Tzamkiozis.
Environmental Science & Technology (2009)
Formation potential of vehicle exhaust nucleation mode particles on-road and in the laboratory
Barouch Giechaskiel;Leonidas Ntziachristos;Zissis Samaras;Volker Scheer.
Atmospheric Environment (2005)
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