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2014-04-23
Christoph Kemper, General Manager, Rochling Automotive Customer Center North America, discusses the company's solutions for lightweighting and vehicle efficiency with Automotive Engineering magazine at SAE 2014 World Congress.
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2014-04-23
Christopher Grundler, Director of the Office of Transportation and Air Quality for the U.S. EPA, discusses the 2025 CAFE limits with Automotive Engineering magazine at the SAE 2014 World Congress in Detroit.
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2014-04-14
Dr. Peter Phleps, Senior Researcher/Futurist, Institute For Mobility Research, BMW Group, discusses the automotive industry's future with Automotive Engineering magazine at the SAE 2014 World Congress.
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2014-04-10
Bob Akins, Vice President of Marketing and Sales, DSM Engineering Plastics Americas, talks with Automotive Engineering on the show floor of the SAE 2014 World Congress, touching on the latest developments in engineered plastics and the continued push toward lighter, cheaper, greener.
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2014-04-10
On the first day of the SAE 2014 World Congress in Detroit, Argonne National Laboratory launched a new program designed to help automakers design more efficient engines via optimized combustion. Called VERIFI (Virtual Engine Research Institute and Fuels Initiative), the program builds on the lab's already extensive expertise in engine combustion research to allow for very fast simulations.
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2014-04-04
Meet SAE 2014 All-Wheel Drive Symposium organizer Ben Meikle, Eaton Corporation and get an inside look of this year's event. Learn about his unique experiences at past SAE All-Wheel Drive Symposia and how the event has grown into the industry's premier all-wheel drive conference.
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2014-03-04
The North American International Powertrain Conference (NAIPC) is an exclusive, executive-level event where the most profound issues in the automotive industry are presented, discussed, and debated; focusing on current and future challenges and opportunities in the North American powertrain market.
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2014-02-01
Hear what OBD industry experts have to say about the SAE 2014 On-Board Diagnostics Symposium coming to California this September.
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2014-01-17
The 2014 Thermal Management Systems Symposium will focus on the latest and most pertinent topics in the field of thermal systems technology today. This event will serve as the meeting ground for thermal systems professionals from around the globe. The conversation centering on emissions and direct energy consumption regulatory issues has heated up greater than ever before. This symposium represents the perfect opportunity to interact and network with other industry professionals from OEMs, academia, chemical companies, regulatory bodies and more.
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2014-01-17
Hear what OBD industry experts have to say about the upcoming SAE 2014 On-Board Diagnostics Symposium.
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2014-01-02
This highly-anticipated, biennial event will provide attendees with the latest in upcoming regulatory actions, state-of-the-art technical information and first-hand experiences relating to heavy duty diesel emission control strategies, engine and aftertreatment systems and integration and the future direction of the industry.
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2014-01-02
Tyler Moore, Director of Supply Assurance for Arrow Electronics, gave this presentation at the SAE 2013 Counterfeit Parts Avoidance Symposium held Sept. 27, 2013, in Montreal, Canada.
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2014-01-02
Listen as Geoff Diamond, Senior Product Planner at Hyundai, describes his experiences with World Congress, unique elements of Congress, and why it is essential for engineers in the mobility industry to attend.
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2013-10-25
At the SAE 2013 Counterfeit Parts Avoidance Symposium Sept. 27 in Montreal, Canada, Phil Zulueta, Chairman, SAE International G‐19 Counterfeit Electronic Components Committee, described synergies between SAE standards AS5553A and AS6081
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2013-10-14
At the SAE 2013 Counterfeit Parts Avoidance Symposium Sept. 27 in Montreal, Canada, Henry Livingston of BAE Systems gave a status report on U.S. government is doing in regards to counterfeit electronic parts legislation and regulation.
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2013-10-11
Join us as we celebrate the 80th Anniversary of SAE World Congress in Detroit, April 8-10, 2014. The SAE 2014 World Congress assembles the best talent in the automotive industry; experts, management teams, engineers and executives alike gather to collaborate and address current challenges, celebrate evolution and achievement over the last 100+ years, and promote the multitude of opportunities fundamental for a successful future.
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2013-08-19
Career development is no longer something you focus on in your twenties and are set for life, it is ongoing and constant. New technologies, globalization and the world-wide competition for jobs demand that we continue to grow our skills and knowledge throughout our life. This session will provide you with tools to help you meet this demand as an engineering professional. Participants will create a personal mission statement and set career goals, identify the best way to research new opportunities and build their network while also crafting a personal brand with consistent messaging. Organizer Martha Schanno, SAE International Panelist Caryn Mateer, Transformational Leaders Intl. Kathleen Riley, Transformational Leaders Intl.
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2013-08-01
Listen as top commercial vehicle Industry Leaders describe why the SAE 2013 Commercial Vehicle Congress (COMVEC) is the essential on- and off-road CV technology event - specifically, networking opportunities, discussing technical & global issues related to the current marketplace, and important foresight on product design, trends, etc.
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2013-05-22
Malcolm Burwell and Pete Savagian talk about the differences between the induction motor and the permanent magnet motor. SAE
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2013-05-22
PODCAST 3A Malcolm Burwell and Pete Savagian talk about motor tech and mfg. efficiencies SAE VERSION Malcolm Burwell interviews Pete Savagian, General Director,Electrification / Electric Drive Systems, GM
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2013-05-13
The 2013 Thermal Management Systems Symposium focuses on the latest and most pertinent topics in the field of thermal systems technology today. This event will serve as the meeting ground for thermal systems professionals from around the globe. The conversation centering on emissions and direct energy consumption regulatory issues has heated up greater than ever before. This symposium represents the perfect opportunity to interact and network with other industry professionals from OEMs, academia, chemical companies and more.
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2013-04-29
At the SAE 2013 World Congress in Detroit April 17, Automotive Engineering International interviewed Mike Froehlich, a manager at Eaton, about what's happening in the world of supercharging, one of his company's specialties.
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2012-09-18
ISO 26262 is the first comprehensive automotive safety standard that addresses the safety of the growing number of electric/electronic and software intensive features in today's road vehicles. This paper assesses the standard's ability to provide safety assurance. The strengths of the standard are: (1) emphasizing safety management and safety culture; (2) prescribing a system engineering development process; (3) setting up a framework for hazard elimination early in the design process; (4) disassociating system safety risk assessment from component probabilistic failure rate. The third and fourth strengths are noteworthy departure from the philosophy of IEC61508. This standard has taken much-needed and very positive steps towards ensuring the functional safety of the modern road vehicles. SAE publications from industry show a lot of enthusiasm towards this standard. This paper suggested a number of items to be considered further strengthen the standard's ability to provide safety assurance.
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2012-06-18
Impact of driving patterns on fuel economy is significant in hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). Driving patterns affect propulsion and braking power requirement of vehicles, and they play an essential role in HEV design and control optimization. Driving pattern conscious adaptive strategy can lead to further fuel economy improvement under real-world driving. This paper proposes a real-time driving pattern recognition algorithm for supervisory control under real-world conditions. The proposed algorithm uses reference real-world driving patterns parameterized from a set of representative driving cycles. The reference cycle set consists of five synthetic representative cycles following the real-world driving distance distribution in the US Midwestern region. Then, statistical approaches are used to develop pattern recognition algorithm. Driving patterns are characterized with four parameters evaluated from the driving cycle velocity profiles. Receding time window is used to update the latest driving patterns in real time.
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2012-06-18
The fatty acid methyl esters (FAME's) - in Europe mostly RME (Rapeseed methyl ester) - are used in several countries as alternative biogene Diesel fuels in various blending ratios with fossil fuels (Bxx). Questions often arise about the influences of these biocomponents on the modern exhaust aftertreatment systems and especially on the regeneration of Diesel particle filters (DPF). In the present work different regeneration procedures of DPF systems were investigated with biofuels B0, B20 & B100. The tested regeneration procedures were: passive regenerations: DOC + CSF; CSF alone, active regenerations: standstill burner; fuel injections & DOC. During each regeneration on-line measurements of regulated and unregulated emission components (nanoparticles & FTIR) were conducted. It can be stated that the increased portion of RME in fuel provokes longer time periods to charge the filter with soot. This is due to the lower PM-emissions of the engine, as well as to the higher reactivity and higher SOF-portion of the particle mass from RME.
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2012-06-18
High-load HCCI combustion has recently been demonstrated with conventional gasoline using intake pressure boosting. The key is to control the high combustion heat release rates (HRR) by using combustion timing retard and mixture stratification. However, at naturally aspirated and moderately boosted conditions, these techniques did not work well due to the low autoignition reactivity of conventional gasoline at these conditions. This work studies a low-octane distillate fuel with similar volatility to gasoline, termed Hydrobate, for its potential in HCCI engine combustion at naturally aspirated and low-range boosted conditions. The HCCI combustion with fully premixed and partially stratified charges was examined at intake pressures (Pin) from 100 to 180 kPa and constant intake temperature (60°C) and engine speed (1200 rpm). First, the key parameters for high-load HCCI operation were investigated, including 1) intermediate temperature heat release (ITHR), which determines the potential of using combustion retard to control the HRR, and 2) ?
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2012-06-18
Currently, two consolidated aftertreatment technologies are available for the reduction of NOx emissions from diesel engines: Urea SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) systems and LNT (Lean NOx Trap) systems. Urea SCR technology, which has been widely used for many years at stationary sources, is becoming nowadays an attractive alternative also for light-duty diesel applications. However, SCR systems are much more effective in NOx reduction efficiency at high load operating conditions than light load condition, characterized by lower exhaust gas temperatures. One possible solution to improve the low temperature behavior, is the use of newly developed Advanced Diesel Oxidation Catalysts (A-DOC) which are capable to store NOx at low exhaust temperatures (typical of urban driving conditions) when SCR efficiency is low, and to release the stored NOx at higher temperatures (i.e. during extra-urban driving conditions) where the urea injected is effectively forming ammonia for the subsequent NOx conversion.
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2012-06-18
This paper reports results of an experimental investigation performed on a commercial diesel engine supplied with fuel blends having low cetane number to attain a simultaneous reduction in NOx and smoke emissions. Blends of 20% and 40% of n-butanol in conventional diesel fuel have been tested, comparing engine performance and emissions to diesel ones. Taking advantage of the fuel blend higher resistance to auto ignition, it was possible to extend the range in which a premixed combustion is achieved. This allowed to match the goal of a significant reduction in emissions without important penalties in fuel consumption. The experimental activity was carried on a turbocharged, water cooled, 4 cylinder common rail DI diesel engine. The engine equipment included an exhaust gas recirculation system controlled by an external driver, a piezo-quartz pressure transducer to detect the in-cylinder pressure signal and a current probe to acquire the energizing current to the injector. Two operating conditions were tested, 2000rpm@0.5MPa of BMEP and 2500rpm@0.8MPa of BMEP.
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2012-06-18
In this project funded by the Bayerische Forschungsstiftung two fundamental investigations had been carried out: first a new N-rich liquid ammonia precursor solution based on guanidine salts had been completely characterized and secondly a new type of side-flow reactor for the controlled catalytic decomposition of aqueous NH3 precursor to ammonia gas has been designed, applied and tested in a 3 liter passenger car diesel engine. Guanidine salts came into the focus due to the fact of a high nitrogen-content derivate of urea (figure 1). Specially guanidinium formate has shown extraordinary solubility in water (more than 6 kg per 1 liter water at room temperature) and therefore a possible high ammonia potential per liter solution compared to the classical 32.5% aqueous urea solution (AUS32) standardized in ISO 22241 and known as DEF (diesel emission fluid), ARLA32 or AdBlue®. Additionally a guanidine based formulation could be realized with high freezing stability down to almost ?30 °C (?11 °C for AUS32).
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2012-06-18
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) catalysts are used to reduce NOx emissions from internal combustion engines in a variety of applications [1,2,3,4]. Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) performed an Internal Research & Development project to study SCR catalyst thermal deactivation. The study included a V/W/TiO2 formulation, a Cu-zeolite formulation and a Fe-zeolite formulation. This work describes NH3 storage capacity measurement data as a function of aging time and temperature. Addressing one objective of the work, these data can be used in model-based control algorithms to calculate the current NH3 storage capacity of an SCR catalyst operating in the field, based on time and temperature history. The model-based control then uses the calculated value for effective DEF control and prevention of excessive NH3 slip. Addressing a second objective of the work, accelerated thermal aging of SCR catalysts may be achieved by elevating temperatures above normal operating temperatures. Time and temperature correlations use the Arrhenius equation[5], which requires a formulation-specific deactivation energy value (Ed).
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