workshop evaporative

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Published on November 8, 2007

Author: Junyo

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Slide1:  Mobile Source Control Division November 13, 2002 Planning and Technical Support Monitoring and Laboratory Division California Air Resources Board Proposed Control Measure to Reduce Emissions from Small Off-Road Engines (SORE) Major Components of the Evaporative Portion of the Proposed SORE Control Measure:  Major Components of the Evaporative Portion of the Proposed SORE Control Measure Sets diurnal evaporative emission standards for equipment with engine displacements greater 65 cc Sets a fuel tank permeation standard applicable to all SORE categories Requires manufactures to label and certify equipment sold in California Regulatory Approach:  Regulatory Approach Use available technology to reduce emissions Set attainable and cost effective emission standards Limit burden on industry by: Providing either a performance or a design-based certification option Allowing a phased-in implementation schedule Permeation Technology:  Permeation Technology Multi layered co-extruded (Coex) plastic fuel tanks HDPE fuel tanks made with Selar® RB-425 Post fabrication fluorination of HDPE fuel tanks Post fabrication sulfonation of HDPE fuel tanks Metal fuel tanks Fuel connectors made from acetal copolymers and other low permeation thermoplastics Fluoroelastomer seals, diaphragms and gaskets Slide5:  Barrier Treatment Permeation Comparison Selar® RB-425 vs. Fluorination and Co-ex with EVOH Permeability of fuel tanks containing with 7% Selar® and 30% regrind using a 65 - 105 -65° F diurnal profile. Average values for Fluorination (F2) and co-ex with EVOH. Slide6:  Polymer Permeation Comparison Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS), Acetal Copolymer (POM) Polybutylene Terephthalate (PBT) Slide7:  Nylon Permeation Comparison Dupont Zytel® Nylon Products Evaporative Emission Control Technology:  Evaporative Emission Control Technology Passively actuated valves that control vapors Carbon canisters systems that absorb tank vapors Pleated carbon air filters capable of absorbing carburetor vapors Hybrid systems that vent tank vapors to a canister above a fixed pressure Collapsible fuel bladders Venting Control Technology Demonstration:  Venting Control Technology Demonstration Tested three pairs of walk-behind lawn mowers ARB built and tested prototype controls with the following technology: Engine-brake actuated valves that isolate tank vapors during storage Fluorinated HDPE fuel tanks Low permeation fuel lines Modified Snapper Mower:  Modified Snapper Mower Modified Honda Mower:  Modified Honda Mower Venting Technology Demonstration Data:  Venting Technology Demonstration Data Canister Control Technology Modeling:  Canister Control Technology Modeling Calculated emissions from a 670 cc canister with a working capacity of 36 grams Modeled canister performance as if it were attached to a 5 gallon fuel tank filled to 50% capacity Assumed a test fuel with a RVP of 7 PSI Simulated canister performance over 50 diurnal temperature profiles (65 - 105 - 65°F) Worst case long term efficiency determined to be 47% Canister Modeling Data:  Canister Modeling Data Estimated Canister Efficiency:  Estimated Canister Efficiency Proposed Evaporative Standards:  Proposed Evaporative Standards 1.0 gram HC/day diurnal standard for equipment with engines > 65 cc < 225 cc 2.0 gram HC/day diurnal standard for equipment with engines > 225 cc 1.0 gram/meter2/day fuel tank permeation standard for all SORE equipment fuel tanks Test Procedures:  Test Procedures Staff is reviewing recently adopted U.S. EPA permeation and diurnal emissions test procedures TP-901, “Test Procedure for Determining Fuel Tank Permeation Rates Using Gravimetric Analysis”: currently considering a gravimetric test procedure TP-902, “Test Procedure for Determining Diurnal Evaporative Emissions from Small Off-Road Engines” is intended for performance-based certification Requesting comment on alternative test procedures In-Use Durability Test:  In-Use Durability Test Staff is developing a test procedure that duplicates the cycles of use of systems/components Test procedure currently assumes 7 year useful life Accelerated aging would simulate usage and consider hour of operation Staff is currently seeking comment on durability test procedures Certification Options:  Certification Options Certify equipment to performance standards (CP-901 Part I) Certify equipment to design standards (CP-901 Part II) Certify control components/systems (CP-901 Part III) Fuel tank permeation (CP-901 Appendix A) Venting control (CP-901 Appendix B) Fuel hose permeation (CP-901 Appendix C) Performance-Based Certification Overview:  Performance-Based Certification Overview Performance-Based Certification Requirements:  Performance-Based Certification Requirements Group equipment models into evaporative families Measure emissions for the highest emitting equipment within the evaporative family Submit an evaporative emissions label for ARB approval Submit a certification application that includes: Performance-based certification summary sheet Certification Database Form Performance-Based Testing Requirements:  Performance-Based Testing Requirements Performance-based certification requires gravimetric testing (all SORE tanks) and SHED testing for engines > 65 cc Select a model in the evaporative family that is expected to exhibit worst-case emissions Conduct emission testing per applicable test procedure TP-901 or TP-902 Results must not exceed applicable standard Design-Based Certification Overview:  Design-Based Certification Overview Design-Based Certification Requirements:  Design-Based Certification Requirements Select approved emission control equipment Group equipment into evaporative families Submit an evaporative emissions label for ARB approval Submit a letter of compliance that includes: Design-based certification summary sheet Certification database form Design-Based Certification Summary Sheet Requirements:  Design-Based Certification Summary Sheet Requirements Certification Summary must specifically reference: Executive Order number from CP-910 Appendix A that approves the fuel tank permeation control Executive Order number from CP-901 Appendix B that approves the system used to control vapors generated by the fuel tank Executive Order number from CP-901 Appendix C that approves the low permeation fuel line Design-Based Equipment Requirements:  Design-Based Equipment Requirements Control equipment must include: Fuel tank permeation control System to control vapors generated by the fuel tank Self-locking, tethered fuel cap Low permeation fuel line that meets SAE J30 R11, J30 R12A, or J2260 category one specifications Control System Certification Overview:  Control System Certification Overview Control System Certification Process:  Control System Certification Process Submit a certification application containing: cover letter with test data engineering description of control system durability demonstration statement of materials compatibility with fuels any maintenance requirements warranty System will undergo an engineering evaluation that may include: evaluation of system concept bench testing of components failure mode testing Next Steps:  Next Steps Incorporate stakeholder comment on proposed regulatory language and certification procedures Post and take comment on test procedures TP-901 and TP-902 Prepare staff report Contacts and Additional Information:  Contacts and Additional Information

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