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Appendix B Panels of Consultants - EMISSION STANDARDS (Panel 1) Arthur C. Stern Environmental Science and Engineering School of Public Health University of North Carolina Panel Chairman Leslie A. Chambers School of Public Health University of Texas at Houston Jades Fitzpatrick Environmental Analysts, Inc John A. Maga Air Resources Board State of California . Richard M. Kamens Special Assistant to Panel 1 TESTING, INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF VEHICLES (Panel 2) John N . Pattison Civil Engineering Department Univers ity of Cincinnat i Panel C o -Chairman R. Robert Brattain Pebble Beach, California Panel Co-Chairman Marian Chew Chagrin Falls, Ohio Jack Gockel Pres ident Clean Air Research Company G. C. Hass Air Resources Board State of California -130- William Scott S cott Research Laboratories EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS (Panel 3) (for spark-ignition internal- combustion engines) John B. Heywood Department of Mechanical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Panel Chairman - J. A. Bolt Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Michigan Ernest Jost Materials and Electronic Controls Group Texas Instruments, Inc. Henry K. Newhall Fuels Division Chevron Research Company William A. Sirignano Guggenheim Laboratories Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Sciences Princeton University Henry Wise Stanford Research Institute David Wulfhorst Cummins Engine Co., Inc .

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ALTERNATE POWER SOURCES (Panel 4) John Bjerklie Schenectady, New York Panel Chairman Elton J. Cairns Senior Scientist Chemical Engineering Division Argonne National Laboratory Henry ]. Korp Howell Corporation Charles Tobias Department of Chemical Engineering University of California David G. Wilson Department of Mechanical Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology Clarence Zener University Professor Carnegie-Mellon University Kurt H. Weil Special Consultant to Panel 4 MANUFACTURING AND PRODUCIBILITY (Panel 5) Maurice Nelles La Jolla, California Panel Chairman Donald Bartlett A. T. Kearney & Company, Inc. George D. Clayton George D. Clayton & Associates Merrill L. Ebner College of Engineering Boston University LeRoy H. Lindgren Rath and Strong, Inc. DRIVEABILITY (Panel 6) King D. Bird Vehic le Res earch Department Cornell Aeronautical Labs Leonard Segel Highway Safety Research Inset Lute University of Michigan ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY (Panel 7) Edward Stephens Statewide Air Pollution Research Center University of California Lowell Wayne Los Angeles, California CATALYSTS (Panel 8) James Wei Allan P . Colburn Pro fes sor Department of Chemical Engineering University of Delaware Panel Chairman - Robert Burwell Department of Chemistry Northwestern University Joe W. Hightower Department of Chemical Engineering Rice University David F. Ollis Department of Chemical Engineering -131-