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dc.contributor.authorVojtíšek M.
dc.contributor.authorPechout M.
dc.contributor.authorMacoun D.
dc.contributor.authorRameswaran R.
dc.contributor.authorPraharaj K.
dc.contributor.authorČervená T.
dc.contributor.authorTopinka J.
dc.contributor.authorRossner P.
dc.date.accessioned2020-02-13T18:38:12Z
dc.date.available2020-02-13T18:38:12Z
dc.date.issued2019
dc.identifierV3S-336494
dc.identifier.citationVOJTÍŠEK, M., et al. Assessing Exhaust Toxicity with Biological Detector: Configuration of Portable Air-Liquid Interface Human Lung Cell Model Exposure System, Sampling Train and Test Conditions. SAE Technical Paper Series. 2019, 2019(24), ISSN 0148-7191. DOI 10.4271/2019-24-0050.
dc.identifier.issn0148-7191 (print)
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10467/86820
dc.description.abstractAir pollution remains to be one of the leading causes of premature death worldwide, with significant share attributed to particulate matter and reactive nitrogen compounds from mobile sources. Due to discrepancies between legislative metrics and health effects, and between laboratory tests and real driving, health-relevant metric applicable to real driving conditions are sought to evaluate the effects of emerging legislation, technologies and fuels. Models of human lung air-liquid interface have been recently explored to simulate effects of exposure to the whole exhaust. In this study, a compact exposure system, utilizing commercially available inserts with 3D in-vitro model of human lung cells, has been designed and fabricated in-house with the vision of mobile use, minimizing size and power consumption. Preliminary tests were done on a Euro 6 direct injection spark ignition engine operating at speeds and throttle positions corresponding to the WLTC cycle. A sample of diluted exhaust was taken from two systems offering dynamic variation of dilution ratio to account for variable exhaust flow: a proportional sampling gravimetric system and from a rotating disc diluter. As expected, nucleation of ~10 nm particles took place at lower (10:1) dilution ratios, however, low dilution ratios may be necessary as the exposure duration is limited to a maximum of hours to several days. The highest particle losses - around 40 % - were in a membrane humidifier, a part of the effort to maintain incubator conditions of 37 C, 80-95 % relative humidity and around 5 % CO2 at the cells. Two types of cell cultures have been exposed over a period of 5 days, with daily exposure consisting of two runs of WLTC, first with a cold start, active cooling of the engine for two hours, and two additional runs of WLTC, with acceptable rate of cell survival. The compact design and choice of components offers a promise for implementation during common laboratory tests and also on the road.eng
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dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisherSAE International
dc.relation.ispartofSAE Technical Paper Series
dc.subjectspark ignition engineeng
dc.subjectair pollutioneng
dc.subjectcomplex aerosoleng
dc.subjectnanoparticleseng
dc.subjecthealth effectseng
dc.subjectair liquid interfaceeng
dc.subjecttoxicityeng
dc.subjectexhausteng
dc.subjectemissionseng
dc.subjectparticulate mattereng
dc.subjectexposure chambereng
dc.subjectcell cultureeng
dc.subjectDNAeng
dc.titleAssessing Exhaust Toxicity with Biological Detector: Configuration of Portable Air-Liquid Interface Human Lung Cell Model Exposure System, Sampling Train and Test Conditionseng
dc.typečlánek v časopisecze
dc.typearticleeng
dc.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/10.4271/2019-24-0050
dc.relation.projectidinfo:eu-repo/grantAgreement/Czech Science Foundation/GA/GA18-04719S/CZ/Mechanisms of toxicity of gasoline engine emissions in 3D tissue cultures and a model bronchial epithelial cell line/
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dc.type.statusPeer-reviewed
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