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emissions/environment/sustainability

A Study on the Factors Affecting heated Wall Impinging Characteristics of SCR Spray

Evaluation of Intercooler Efficiency as a Technique for Reducing Diesel Engine Emissions

Vehicle Recycling, Reuse, and Recovery: Material Disposition from Current End-of- Life Vehicles

Technical Session Keynote: Advances in Modeling and Simulation of Vehicle Thermal Management Systems

(2011-01-1311)

(2011-01-1133)

(2011-01-1151)

(Oral Only) Ben Zandi, TES International

Zhilong Li, Tongji Univ.; Jun Deng, Tongji Univ; Liguang Li, Ling Cao, Zhijun Wu, Tongji Univ.

Jyotirmoy Barman, Nilesh Gajarlawar, Pundlik Ghodke, Jidhin Joseph, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ltd.

Claudia M. Duranceau, CD Technical Consulting, LLC.; Susan Sawyer-Beaulieu, Univ. of Windsor

Modeling of the Injection and Decomposition Processes of Urea-Water- Solution Spray in Automotive SCR Systems

Development of an Exhaust Thermal Enhancer™ Using an Airless Nozzle Fuel System

A Model for Water Consumption in Vehicle Use within Urban Regions

Waste heat Energy harvesting for Improving Vehicle Efficiency

(2011-01-1317)

(2011-01-1132)

(2011-01-1152)

(2011-01-1167)

Ehab Abu-Ramadan, Kaushik Saha, Xianguo Li, Univ. of Waterloo

Philip Dimpelfeld, Nik Birkby, Sam Crane, Wil Crawley, Navin Khadiya, Zhiwei Yang, Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies

Jeff Yen, John Zullo, Francisco Tejada, Bert Bras, Tina Guldberg, Georgia Institute of Technology

Lee Chiew, Michael W. Clegg, Robin h. Willats, Gilbert Delplanque, Edouard Barrieu, Faurecia Emissions Control Technologies

CFD Modeling of Processes Upstream of the Catalyst for Urea SCR NOx Reduction Systems in heavy-Duty Diesel Applications

Aftertreatment Package Design for SCR Performance Optimization

Recent Developments in the Design of a Ceramic Automotive Oil Filter

Development of Effective Exhaust Gas heat Recovery System for a hybrid Electric Vehicle

(2011-01-1322)

(2011-01-1135) Jungmin Seo, hyundai-Kia R&D Center

(2011-01-1153)

(2011-01-1171)

Subhasish Bhattacharjee, Daniel C. haworth, Penn State University; Roxanna Moores, Volvo Powertrain Corporation

Yiannis Levendis, Northeastern University; Lars T. Johannesen, Notox A/S

Jaeheon Lee, hyungseuk Ohn, Jae-Young Choi, Seok Joon Kim, Byungsoon Min, hyundai Motor Company

New Insights into Reaction Mechanism of Selective Catalytic Ammonia Oxidation Technology for Diesel Aftertreatment Applications

Diesel Emission with DPF+SCR in VERTdePN - Testing & Potentials

Drills for long oil holes:A good potential for recycle

Experimental Study on Air Side heat Transfer & Fluid Flow Characteristics of Microchannel heat Exchanger

(2011-01-1314)

(2011-01-1139)

(2011-01-1154) Surendra Datar, Tata Motors, Ltd.

(2011-01-1166)

Krishna Kamasamudram, Cummins Inc; Aleksey Yezerets, Cummins Inc.; Xu chen, Neal Currier, Cummins Inc; Mario Castagnola, hai-Ying Chen, Johnson Matthey Inc

Jan Czerwinski, Yan Zimmerli, Univ. of Applied Sciences - Biel; Andreas Mayer, TTM; Norbert heeb, EMPA; Giovanni D’Urbano, Swiss Federal Office for the Environment

Engr Sarbadaman Dasgupta, Faisal A. Siddiqui, Amir Fartaj, Univ. of Windsor

Discussion Break

Cu-Zeolite SCR Catalyst Thermal Deactivation Studied with FTIR Spatial Resolution

Recycling of Production and Post- Consumer Waste and Utilization of Sustainable Materials in the Development of New Performance Products in the Automotive Industry

Experimental Investigation of the Performance of a Laminate Evaporator with hFO-1234yf as the Working Fluid

(2011-01-1138)

(Oral Only) Alberto E. Ramirez

(2011-01-1170)

Xuxian hou, William S. Epling, University of Waterloo; Steven J. Schmieg, Wei Li, General Motors R&D Center

Gursaran D. Mathur, CalsonicKansei North America Inc.

Urea-SCR Catalysts with Improved Low Temperature Activity

Impact of Biodiesel Impurities on the Performance and Durability of DOC, DPF and SCR Technologies

Utilization of Sustainable, Post Industrial, and Post Consumer Waste Materials in the Production of Composites for Automotive Applications

The Condensation within a CAC - Thermodynamics Analysis

(2011-01-1315)

(2011-01-1136)

(Oral Only) Frank Maue, Technopartner Samtronic

(2011-01-1168) Ying Tang, Valeo

Jaeuk han, Eunseok Kim, Taewoo Lee, Jinwon KIm, Neunggyun Ahn, hyun-Sik han, heesung Catalysts

Aaron Williams, Robert McCormick, Jon Luecke, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Rasto Brezny, Manufacturers of Emission Controls Assoc.; Andreas Geisselmann, Umicore AG & Co KG; Kenneth Voss, Kevin hallstrom, BASF Corp.; Matthew Leustek, Jared Parsons, hind Abi-Akar, Caterpillar Inc.

TIME

8:00 a.m.

8:20 a.m.

8:40 a.m.

9:00 a.m.

9:20 a.m.

9:40 a.m.

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THURSDA , APRIL 14 - MORNING Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

Organizers: Brad Adelman, Navistar; Danan Dou, John Deere Product Engineering Center; Magdi Khair, Southwest Research Institute; Rahul Mital, GM; Minyong Zhou, Exova

Organizers: Eric Corrigan, Corning Inc.; Pradeep Prasad, Cummins Emission Solutions; Aleksey Yezerets, Cummins Inc.

Chairpersons: Eric Corrigan, Corning Inc

Organizers: Bhaskaran Gopalakrishnan, West Virginia Univ; Deepak Gupta, Southeast Missouri State University; Richard Paul, LKQ Best Automotive Corp

Chairpersons: Richard Paul, LKQ Best Automotive Corp; Bhaskaran Gopalakrishnan, West Virginia Univ; Deepak Gupta, Southeast Missouri State University

Organizers: Ronald Semel, BAE Systems; Alaa El- Sharkawy, Chrysler Group LLC

Chairpersons: Ronald Semel, BAE Systems; Alaa El- Sharkawy, Chrysler Group LLC

Sustainable Materials and Components (SDP111)

Thermal Systems Components (HX101)

Session Description: This session delves in to various areas surrounding topics that related to a material or component’s ability to be considered sustainable. These topics include materials recycling methodologies and technologies, remanufacturing and serviceability, materials or components reuse, advanced battery recycling, end of life vehicle management, as well as substances of concern and volatile organic compound reduction and elimination.

This session features components used for thermal management. The papers address design, application and systems related topics.

8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

O2-38

W2-61

O2-44

O2-33

Diesel Exhaust Emission Control: SCR (Part 2 of 3) (PFL405)

Diesel Exhaust Emission Control: System Integration and Durability (PFL401)

This session covers the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) process, in which Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) is injected to create ammonia which reacts with NOx and converts it into harmless Nitrogen. SCR is a very promising NOx reduction technology. The papers in this session cover various aspects of SCR technology such as different washcoats, two-way (SCR washcoat on DPF substrate), aging and poisoning impact on catalyst performance, importance of urea injection and mixing and SCR modeling.

This session will cover various aspects of system durability and system integration pertaining to Diesel Exhaust Emissions Control. It includes publications contributing to the understanding of durability of exhaust catalysts and particulate filters, mechanisms of their performance degradation and possible mitigation strategies, data from the field tests, analysis of the aged catalysts, laboratory and accelerated on-engine aging

studies, along with relevant experimental tools and methodology.

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

8:00 a.m. - 10:40 a.m.

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