TRANSPORT. SAFETY AND ECOLOGY. LOGISTICS AND MANAGEMENT
AUTOMOBILE COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES POLLUTION
- 1 Faculty of Technical Sciences Bitola, “St.Kliment Ohridski” University Bitola, Macedonia
The dynamic intensity in growth of the number of motor vehicles, and with that the high quantity of exhaust emissions, significantly contributes the air contamination and other serious problems with his quality, especially in urban places. Today, the total number of vehicles globally exceeds 800 million; from witch 300 million are loading freight vehicles. These numbers are disturbing, and the concern is that the constant growth of these vehicles and the consumption of the fossil fuels will continue to raise the negative effects on the environment through the air contamination and to cause serious health problems. In this document is given the analyses for the quality of exhaust emission of diesel engines, identification of the factors which have dominant affect, actual situation about pollution from diesel engines and conclusions about future use of diesel engines vehicles, especially in the countries which are not member of EU.