1. CORESTA Congress, Quebec, 2014, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, ST 09

    Impact of reducing the number of analysis replicates prescribed by the Canadian Tobacco Reporting Regulations on the level of information obtained from cigarette emission testing

    VOISINE R.(1); ERRINGTON G.(2); McADAM K.G.(2)
    (1) Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd, Montréal, QC, Canada; (2) British American Tobacco, Group R&D, Southampton, U.K.
    Before the introduction of the Canadian Tobacco Reporting Regulations (TRR), the Regulator stated a need to obtain more information on tobacco product emissions to support, amongst other things, “better program design” and the “right to know”. The...
  2. CORESTA Congress, Quebec, 2014, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, ST 83

    Steady-state and transient effective density of cigarette smoke

    CABOT R.(1); JOHNSON T.J.(2); OLFERT J.S.(2); YURTERI C.Ü.(1); McAUGHEY J.(1)
    (1) British American Tobacco, Group R&D, Southampton, U.K.; (2) University of Alberta, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Edmonton, Canada
    Effective particle density is an important aerosol characteristic and relates a particle’s mobility diameter to its mass; an understanding of both properties is important to model impaction and settling losses, such as in human lung deposition. The...
  3. CORESTA Congress, Sapporo, 2012, Smoke Science/Product Technology Groups, PT 20

    A further experimental design to investigate the influence of the LIP test substrate parameters on LIP pass rates and residual length measurements

    HESFORD M.J.(1); VOLGGER D.(2); CASE P.(2); VANHALA A.(3)
    (1) British American Tobacco, Group R&D, Southampton, UK; (2) Papierfabrik Wattens GmbH & Co KG (delfortgroup), Wattens, Austria; (3) Tervakoski Oy (delfortgroup), Tervakoski, Finland
    Lower or Reduced Ignition Propensity (LIP or RIP) are terms used to describe modified cigarettes that demonstrate an increased propensity to self-extinguish when tested according to the standard test methods (e.g. ISO 12863:2010). The proportion of...