•Nano-scale PM from a TGDI engine is measured before and after the turbine.•Variations in PM across the turbine are modelled by means of the Lambert W Function.•The model predicts turbine-out PM with a coefficient of determination of 0.917.•The input variables of the model are known to the ECU or can be measured on-board.•The model could be implemented within engine performance simulation software.
Applied Thermal Engineering – Elsevier
Published: Apr 25, 2016
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