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Most PM is collected near or over the surfaces of the inlet side of the DPF walls, which is known as shallow filtration. 5 With these types of DPF, PM is collected in all of the filter material, which is known as deep filtration. More recently, flow-through type DPFs that stack corrugated metal plates have been developed by Emitec (Fig. 2),6 in which the pressure drop remains low while collecting PM with moderate collection efficiencies. The shape of the corrugated plates is designed to create a turbulent flow of the exhaust gas to promote collision and trapping of PM on the wall surfaces of the narrow passages.