Tier-4 diesel engine standards apply to off-highway diesel engines. From 2014, meeting these emission standards for particulate matter and nitrogen oxides (NOx) requires exhaust after treatments.
This search area includes case studies, research and guidance on how Tier-4 emission standards for off-highway diesel engines have reduced concentration of diesel particulate and oxides of nitrogen in resource operations.
Future Fleets Report
This research report from Aspermont (publishers of the Mining Journal) presents a review of the technology and purchase decisions of mining companies for 2021 and beyond [More]...
ICCT Real World Exhaust Emissions Case Study
This document is focused on a real world exhaust Emissions from Modern Diesel Cars - a meta-analysis of PEMS emissions data from EU (EURO 6) and US (Tier 2 BIN 5/ULEV II) Diesel Passenger Cars. [More...]
Isolated zone evaluation of the Tier 4i diesel engine equipped with an SCR system
Implementing the latest engine and exhaust aftertreatment technologies is one of the major strategies used by the mining industry to control exposures of underground miners to gases and aerosols emitted by diesel-powered vehicles. [More...]
NSW Regulator DPM Management Findings
The NSW (Australia) Regulator for U/G Coal Mines conducted a review of operating sites to determine the level of conformance with regulatory and site specifications for the control and management of DPMs. The findings highlighted a range of weaknesses that may be relevant for other operations in different jurisdictions. [More...]
Presentation on Selection of Diesel Engines for U/G Mining Applications
Regulator presentation on the types of engines suited for deployment underground. [More...]
US: Nonroad Diesel Engines
Regulator guidance on engine package requirements for the United States. [More...]