NGK Library for Ceramic Substrates

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Development of High Porosity Cordierite Honeycomb Substrate for SCR Application to Realize High NOx Conversion Efficiency and System Compactness
2014-01-1528

Newly Developed Cordierite Honeycomb Substrate for SCR Coating Realizing System Compactness and Low Backpressure
2012-01-1079

Ultra Thin Wall (UTW) Substrate Thermal Shock Durability Study
2006-01-1066

Evaluation of Advanced Diesel Oxidation Catalyst Concepts: Part 2
2006-01-0032

Influence of Cell Shape between Square and Hexagonal Cells
2003-01-0661

Effect of Cell Shape on Mass Transfer and Pressure Loss
2003-01-0659

Utilization of Advanced Three Way Catalyst Formulations on Ceramic Ultra Thin Wall Substrates for Future Legislation
2002-01-0349

Product Design and Development of Ultra Thin Wall Ceramic Catalytic Substrate
2002-01-0350

Application of Advanced Three Way Catalyst Technologies on High Cell Density Ultra Thin Wall Ceramic Substrates for Future Emission Legislations
2001-01-0924

Prediction of Catalytic Performance during Light-off Phase with Different Wall Thickness, Cell Density and Cell Shape
2001-01-0930

Development of the NOx Adsorber Catalyst for Use with High Temperature Condition
2001-01-1298

Prediction of Catalytic Performance for Ultra Thin Wall and High Cell Density Substrates
2000-01-0494

High Cell Density and Thin Wall Substrate for Higher Conversion Ratio Catalyst
1999-01-0268

The Impact of High Cell Density Ceramic Substrates and Washcoat Properties on the Catalytic Activity of Three Way Catalysts
1999-01-0272

The Development of a BMW Catalyst Concept for LEV/EU3 Legislation for a 8 Cylinder Engine by Using Thin Wall Ceramic Substrates
1999-01-0767

Effective Catalyst layout for Ultra Thin Wall and High Cell Density Ceramic Substrate
973118

Advanced Ceramic Substrate: Catalytic Performance Improvement by High Geometric Surface Area and Low Heat Capacity
971029

Development of Extruded Electrically Heated Catalyst System for ULEV Standards
971031

Design Development of High Temperature Manifold Converter Using Thin Wall Ceramic Substrate
971030

An Extruded Electrically Heated Catalyst: From Design Concept through Proven Durability
960340

The Development of an Automotive Catalyst using a Thin Wall (4 mil/400cpsi) Substrate
960557

Thermal Reliability and Performance Improvement of Close Coupled Catalytic Converter
960565

A Structurally Durable EHC for the Exhaust Manifold
940466

Study of Ceramic Catalyst Optimization for Emission Purification Efficiency
940784

Optimization of Catalytic Converter Location Achieved with a Curve Catalytic Honeycomb Substrate
940743

Development of a High Performance Catalytic Converter for a Turbocharged Gasoline Engine Using Thin Wall Ceramic Technology
930943

Warm-Up Characteristics of Thin Wall Honeycomb Catalysts
910611

Reduction of Wall Thickness of Ceramic Substrates for Automotive Catalysts
900614