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ABSTRACT
In order to minimize the share of toxic substances in exhaust gases emitted by the engine it is necessary to continuously, because the provisions on emissions are now being rapidly changed and tightened, work on modern aftertreatment systems. It is, therefore, required that increasingly sophisticated and structurally efficient solutions that ensure maximum reduction of toxic exhaust are being used. The article presents examples of systems that are currently used in some diesel rail vehicles.
 
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