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Which book has discussed well the SCR : selective catalytic reduction ?

Which book has discussed well the SCR : selective catalytic reduction ?

Which book has discussed well the SCR : selective catalytic reduction ?

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I appreciate any book and article suggestions

RE: Which book has discussed well the SCR : selective catalytic reduction ?

I don't know of a text book that covers SCR technology by itself, but there are a number of articles, many from the early days, like this one, https://www.dieselnet.com/tech/cat_scr.php

Steuler in Germany has been one of the leaders in the technology, at least from my experience, but others like Johnson-Mathey, Miratec and DCL all have provided systems for quite some time and just about all the suppliers have good technical papers on the subject. CARB also has published a number of articles on SCR's for stationary and mobile sources.

It has become a pretty broad topic, are you interested in SCR's as applied to stationary or mobile sources? What kind of prime mover?

Probably your best overall source of info is a Google search narrowed by what ever specific info you're looking for.

Hope that helps, MikeL.

RE: Which book has discussed well the SCR : selective catalytic reduction ?

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Thank you very much , I was searching for SCR in heavy vehicles and everything I could learn about it

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