The gaseous and particulate emissions from two diesel engines were measured while operating under simulated fault conditions in a controlled laboratory environment. The engines were representative of those typically used in light and heavy-duty mobile underground mining equipment. Faults were applied singly and in combination. Emissions data were measured using laboratory and field instruments for comparison. The development of protocols for field-testing of vehicles are discussed.

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