Publications

Concawe publishes detailed Reports on studies and research work as well as Product Dossiers. These publications are publicly available and can be downloaded free of charge. The Concawe Review is a magazine published twice a year and containing topical articles on the association’s fields of activity. The Review is widely distributed free of charge in printed form.

Articles from the Review can also be downloaded from the Concawe website. Concawe makes regular contributions to various other publications and events. These papers and presentations are also usually available from our website.

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Publications

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Concawe Review 29.2

04 Mar 2021
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A Critical Review and Weight of Evidence Approach for Assessing the Bioaccumulation of Phenanthrene in Aquatic Environments

23 Feb 2021
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Literature review on emissions of semi- and intermediate volatile organic compounds and formation of organic aerosols with focus on the refinery sector

12 Feb 2021
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Assessing the Efficiency of a New Gasoline Compression Ignition (GCI) Concept

07 Jan 2021
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Grouping of UVCB Substances with New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) Data

18 Dec 2020
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Cat-App: New Technologies to Underpin Category Approaches and Read-across in Regulatory Programmes

18 Dec 2020
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Fuel Effects on Regulated and Unregulated Emissions from Three Light-Duty Euro 5 and Euro 6 Diesel Passenger Cars

17 Dec 2020
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Explicit Equations to Estimate the Flammability of Blends of Diesel Fuel, Gasoline and Ethanol

17 Dec 2020
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Determination of low environmental free cyanide concentrations in freshwaters

17 Dec 2020
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Assessing toxicity of hydrophobic aliphatic and monoaromatic hydrocarbons at the solubility limit using novel dosing methods

03 Dec 2020
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Can a chemical be both readily biodegradable AND very persistent (vP)? Weight‑of‑evidence determination demonstrates that phenanthrene is not persistent in the environment

25 Nov 2020
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Results of a comparative pilot field test study of a first generation Quantitative Optical Gas Imaging (QOGI) system

28 Oct 2020
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