Cover Image


Emission Control Technologies In Automotive & Transportation

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 596050
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 68 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
Back to Top
汽車、運輸領域的廢氣控制技術 Emission Control Technologies In Automotive & Transportation
出版日期: 2017年11月22日 內容資訊: 英文 68 Pages

由於都市化使交通堵塞變得嚴重,導致大氣污染為首的環境壓迫增加的全球情形,環保汽車的利用已經變成城市不可避免的。廢氣控制技術(Emissions Control Technologies:ETC)是由低汽車排氣中包含的有害氣體,視為改善空氣品質實現碳中和城市的技術,大氣污染,全球暖化,酸雨等問題的應對策略。


第1章 摘要整理

  • 調查範圍
  • 調查方法
  • 廢氣控制技術的重要發現

第2章 廢氣控制技術 - 現狀檢驗

  • 廢氣控制技術的重要性
  • 朝向碳中和智慧城市的今後需求
  • 推動要素與課題 - 促進廢氣控制技術的開發的空氣品質獎勵策略和廢氣立法
    • 推動要素 - 提高燃油效率和廢氣降低的先進技術
    • 課題 - 成為瓶頸的高成本及技術的未成熟
  • 比較全球小型車廢氣標準
  • 比較全球重型車廢氣標準

第3章 汽車廢氣概要

  • 汽車廢氣 - 排氣的主要成分
  • 汽車廢氣 - 帶給環境及人的健康的影響
  • 柴油PM濃度勝過汽油

第4章 廢氣控制技術

  • 柴油及汽油引擎的技術概要
    • 柴油及汽油引擎的廢氣降低技術 - 簡述
    • 構成廢氣控制技術價值鏈的四大要素
    • 廢氣控制技術的重要影響者
  • 粒狀污染物控制貢獻的技術
    • 封閉型曲軸箱通風系統
    • 柴油粒子消除設備
    • 汽油粒子消除設備
    • 過去5年的知識產權情形及活動 - 碳化合物控制技術
    • 勝過觸媒轉換器的催化劑粒子消除設備
  • 對NOx(氮化合物)排放控制有貢獻的技術
    • 稀油氮氧化物捕集器
    • 排氣再循環(EGR)
    • 選擇性催化還原(SCR)
    • 過去5年的知識產權情形及活動 - 氮化合物控制技術
    • 新的NOx法規加速先進NOx控制技術開發

第5章 其他廢氣控製法

  • 汽車廢氣的遠隔感測
  • 汽車診斷系統
  • 汽車更換、改造計劃
  • 降低廢氣,減輕汽油燃料依賴的替代引擎技術
  • 許多企業重視先進引擎設計技術

第6章 技術分析

  • 粒狀污染物控制技術 - 比較分析
  • 碳化合物控制技術 - 比較分析
  • 氮化合物控制技術 - 比較分析
  • 廢氣控制技術的決策矩陣
  • 研究出版物重視的NOx廢氣對策技術
  • 今後也以更加先進、整合性高的技術為目標的趨勢

第7章 成長機會

  • 產業的成長機會
  • 成長機會 - 地域擴張 - 全球的普及
  • 從成長機會 - 大趨勢的影響 - 智慧城市
  • 必需策略 - 重要成功係數

第8章 主要專利

  • 粒狀污染物控制技術相關的主要專利
  • 氮氧化物控制技術相關的主要專利
  • 觸媒技術為中心下面主要專利

第9章 主要採訪處

  • 採訪的主要的產業相關人員
  • 採訪的主要的產業相關人員(續)


Product Code: D7D2

Emission Control Technologies will Play a Significant Role in Improving Air Quality and Promoting Carbon Neutral Cities

In a global scenario where urbanization increases the congestion of vehicles on the roads, which in turn increases the pressure on the environment, in particular to air pollution, necessitates the use of environmentally friendly vehicles in cities. Emissions Control Technologies (ECTs) can enable to reduce harmful emissions from vehicular exhaust gases, improve air quality and promote carbon neutral cities. ECTs are seen as a solution to solve the issues like air pollutions, greenhouse effect, acid rain, global warming and smog.

Emission Control Technologies Market size is forecast to grow from 2017 to 2025. The implementation of stringent emission legislation will drive the emission control technologies market during the forecast period together with growing demand for advanced solutions. In 2017 NOx emissions control technologies, such as Selective Catalytic Reduction, Exhaust Gas Recirculation and Lean NOx Trap are dominant technologies due to necessity to meet new emission standards for NOx emissions. Furthermore, it is noticed that development and implementation of GPF technology is increased in the last two years. Apart of that, one of the directions of development is cold start catalysts which are effective work at low temperature in real urban driving conditions, such as cold start, slow driving, or frequent stops.

Installation of emission control technology on existing vehicles can help publicly owned and operated bus companies to meet new emission standards and allow enter to Low Emission Zones. In terms of technology and adoption, the emission control industry needs to develop a retrofit technology with advanced catalyst systems, optimised thermal management, and high performance to meet new emission standards and to improve air quality.

This research service, titles “Emission Control Technologies in Automotive & Transportation (TechVision)”, provides an overview of types of emission control technologies, its advantages, limitations and applications amongst light-duty diesel and gasoline engines and heavy-duty diesel engines. Additionally, it implies the challenges, drivers, and possible future scenario of the technologies development. The study has identified 8 emission control technologies that can reduce the release of emission particles by about 99%, such as particulate filters, closed crankcase ventilation, oxidation catalyst, selective catalytic reduction, exhaust gas recirculation and other sustainable emission control methods.

The study deeply illustrates the following:

  • Emission control technologies in the automotive sector - overview, snapshot and current trends
  • The factors driving adoption and development
  • Technical and market drivers and challenges
  • Key properties, drawbacks, major innovations, and research and development (R&D) of commonly used and emerging emission control technologies
  • The road ahead for technology development
  • Opportunities for growth
  • Patent activity that provide an insight into notable activities of global participants
  • Key stakeholders

Table of Contents


  • 1.1. Research Scope
  • 1.2. Research Process and Methodology
  • 1.3. Key Findings in Emission Control Technologies


  • 2.1. Significance of Emission Control Technologies
  • 2.2. Future Needs Move toward Carbon Neutral Smart Cities
  • 2.3. Drivers and Challenges: Development of Emission Control Technology Is Driven by Rising Air Quality Incentives and Emission Legislation
    • 2.3.1. Drivers: Advanced Technologies Improve Fuel Efficiency and Reduce Emissions
    • 2.3.2. Challenges: High Cost and Technology Imperfections Are Major Challenges
  • 2.4. Comparison of Global Emission Standards for Light-duty Vehicles
  • 2.5. Comparison of Global Emission Standards for Heavy-duty Vehicles


  • 3.1. Vehicular Emissions - The Main Components of Exhaust Gases
  • 3.2. Vehicular Emissions - Influence on Environment and Human Health
  • 3.3. Diesel Outperform Gasoline In Terms of PM Content


  • 4.1. Technology Overview for Diesel and Gasoline Engines
    • 4.1.1. Emission Reduction Technologies for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - A Snapshot
    • 4.1.2. Emission Control Technology Value Chain Comprises Four Major Elements
    • 4.1.3. Key Influencers in Emission Control Technologies
  • 4.2. Technologies that Help Control Particulate Matter
    • 4.2.1. Closed Crankcase Ventilation
    • 4.2.2. Diesel Particulate Filters
    • 4.2.3. Gasoline Particular Filters
    • 4.2.4. IP Landscape and Activities in the Last Five Years - Technologies to Control Particulate Matter
    • 4.2.5. Most of the Companies Are Focused on DPF Active Regeneration Technologies
  • 4.3. Technologies that Help Control Carbon Compounds
    • 4.3.1. Three-Way Catalysts
    • 4.3.2. Diesel Oxidation Catalysts
    • 4.3.3. IP Landscape and Activities in the Last Five Years - Technology to Control Carbon Compounds
    • 4.3.4. Catalyzed Particulate Filters Outperform Catalytic Converters
  • 4.4. Technologies that Help Control NOx Emissions
    • 4.4.1. Lean NOx Trap
    • 4.4.2. Exhaust Gas Recirculation
    • 4.4.3. Selective Catatytic Reduction
    • 4.4.4. IP Landscape and Activities in the Last Five Years - Technology to Control NOx
    • 4.4.5. New NOx Regulations Are Driving Development of Advanced NOx Control Technology


  • 5.1. Remote Sensing of Vehicle Emissions
  • 5.2. On-Board Diagnostic Systems
  • 5.3. Vehicle Replacement and Retrofit Programs
  • 5.4. Alternative Engine Technologies Reduce Emissions and Decrease Dependency on Petroleum Fuels
  • 5.5. Most Companies Focused on Technologies with Advanced Engine Configurations


  • 6.1. Technology to Control Particulate Matter - Comparative Analysis
  • 6.2. Technology to Control Carbon Compounds - Comparative Analysis
  • 6.3. Technology to Control NOx - Comparative Analysis
  • 6.4. Decision Matrix for Emission Control Technologies
  • 6.5. Research Publications Highlight Key Focus on NOx Emission Technologies
  • 6.6. Trends Indicate Move toward More Advanced and Integrated Technologies in the Future


  • 7.1. Industry Growth Opportunities
  • 7.2. Growth Opportunity - Geographic Expansion - World Acceptance
  • 7.3. Growth Opportunity - Megatrends Impact - Smart Cities
  • 7.4. Strategic Imperatives: Critical Success Factors


  • 8.1. Key Patents Related to Technologies which Help Control Particulate Matter
  • 8.2. Key Patents Related to Technologies that Control NOx Emissions
  • 8.3. Key Patents Focused on Catalyst Technologies


  • 9.1. Key Industry Contacts
  • 9.1. Key Industry Contacts (continued)
  • Legal Disclaimer
Back to Top