Investigation of the concentration of particles generated by public transport gas (CNG) buses

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Jonas Matijošius
Akvilė Juciūtė
Alfredas Rimkus
Jurijus Zaranka

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The sustainable development of public transport is inseparable from its key elements, transport. In recent years, reflections on green public transport have been steadily intensifying and setting new guidelines for its development focused on the environment. Gas-powered, more environmentally friendly diesel buses are used for this purpose. Part of such a transport fleet in Vilnius consists of such buses. Pollution from mobile sources is predominant in cities, so particulate matter from different gas buses (powered by CNG) was identified in this study. In this study, particle concentration measurements were performed, in which the dependence of the particle concentration on the mileage of the buses was determined.

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Matijošius, J., Juciūtė, A. ., Rimkus, A. ., & Zaranka, J. . (2022). Investigation of the concentration of particles generated by public transport gas (CNG) buses. Cognitive Sustainability, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.55343/cogsust.10
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Jonas Matijošius, College of Technologies and Design, Technical Faculty, Department of Automobile Transport, Vilnius Lithuania

Orcid ID 0000-0001-6006-9470

Akvilė Juciūtė, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University

0000-0003-3112-3727

Alfredas Rimkus, College of Technologies and Design, Technical Faculty, Department of Automobile Transport

Orcid ID 0000-0001-8995-7180

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