German engine significantly cuts diesel emissions

12/14/2009 | MIT Technology Review

German scientists have designed an engine that uses high fuel-injection and combustion pressures to cut the pollutants in diesel exhaust emissions to levels that are barely measurable. They say it will take up to 10 years to produce engines that are reliable enough to run consistently for hundreds of thousands of miles.

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