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Military powertrains systems typically include commercial, modified commercial or specialty engines and transmissions to achieve higher power density propulsion systems to meet military requirements. The session is aimed at advanced high- power density engines, commerical engine optimization, engine performance and durability, fuel system combatility on military grade fuels, combustion research, and advanced engine technologies leading to improved thermal efficiency and heat rejection.

The spectrum of papers solicited for this session reflect the truly multidisciplinary nature of the field, covering advances in areas such as chemical kinetics, combustion and spray modeling, turbulence, mesh generation, and approaches targeting improved computational efficiency. Papers employing multi-dimensional modeling to gain a deeper understanding of processes related to turbulent transport, transient phenomena, and chemically reacting, two-phase flows are also encouraged.

This session covers topics regarding new CI and SI engines and components. This includes analytical, experimental, and computational studies covering hardware development as well as design and analysis techniques.

This session covers engine control system and optimization technique developments related to achieving stringent market fuel economy, emissions, performance, reliability and quality demands. Related topics include engine and its subsystem control, signal processing, on-board diagnostic strategy development, sensor, actuator, electronic control unit designs, etc.

10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

10:00 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

Organizers: Peter Schihl, John Tasdemir, US Army TARDEC

Organizers: hardo Barths, General Motors LLC; Sarah Diakhaby, Computational Dynamics, Ltd.; Allen Gosman, CD-adapco; Carl hergart, Caterpillar

Organizers: Jeffrey D. Naber, Michigan Technological Univ.; James E. Smith, West Virginia Univ.; John Szpytman, Continental Automotive Systems US Inc.

Organizers: Peter J. Maloney, The MathWorks Inc.; Matti Vint, Ricardo Inc.

Chairpersons: Peter Schihl, John Tasdemir, US Army TARDEC

Brake Thermal Efficiency Improvements of a Commercially Based Diesel Engine Modified for Operation on JP 8 Fuel

Studying Local Conditions in a heavy-Duty Diesel Engine by Creating Phi-T Maps

On the Use of System Simulation to Explore the Potential of Innovative Combustion Systems: Methodology and Application to highly Downsized SI Engines Running with Ethanol-Gasoline Blends

Exploring the Value of Open Source in SI Engine Control





Tim Lutz, Cummins Inc.; Rajani Modiyani, Cummins Inc

Ossi Kaario, Aalto University; Anders Brink, Åbo Akademi; Kalle Lehto, Karri Keskinen, Martti Larmi, Aalto University

Stephane Richard, Gregory Font, Fabrice Le Berr, Olivier Grasset, Morgan Fremovici, IFP Energies nouvelles

Richard K. Stobart, Xi Guo, Gavin Bartley, Loughborough Univ.; Stephen Stacey, Jaguar Land Rover

COTS Engine Conversion

CFD Evaluation of Effects of Split Injection on Combustion and Emissions in a DI Diesel Engine

Development of New 1.6Liter Four Cylinder Turbocharged Direct Injection Gasoline Engine with Intake and Exhaust Valve Timing Control System

Open Source Rapid Prototyping Environment




(2011-01-0711) Richard Backman, AVL Sweden

Gary L. hunter, AVL Powertrain Engineering Inc.

Raouf Mobasheri, Zhijun Peng, Univ. of Sussex; Seyed Mostafa Mirsalim, IPCO

Masayuki Shimizu, Kazunori Yageta, Yoshinori Matsui, Takahiro Yoshida, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

On the Ignition Behavior of JP-8 in Military Relevant Diesel Engines

Numerical Study of Diesel Combustion Regimes

The Design and Development of New hyundai Kappa 1.2L Dual CVVT Engine

Development of Dynamic Constraint Models for a Model Based Transient Calibration Process




(2011-01-0691) Indranil Brahma, Bucknell Univ.

Peter Schihl, Laura hoogterp-decker, US Army TARDEC

Siddhartha Banerjee, Christopher Rutland, Univ. of Wisconsin Madison

Sunghoon Lee, Bosung Shin, hyundai-Kia Motors

Development and Testing of a high-Speed Diesel Engine for Superior Power Density

Coupling of Scaling Laws and Computational Optimization to Develop Guidelines for Diesel Engine Down-sizing

hyundai’s New Generation 1.8L Gasoline Engine

A Practical Time-Domain Approach to Controller Design and Calibration for Applications in Automotive Industry

(Oral Only) Mark Runge, Caterpillar Inc.




hai-Wen Ge, Chang-Wook Lee, Univ. of Wisconsin Madison; Yu Shi, Massachusetts Institue of Technology; Rolf Reitz, Univ. of Wisconsin; Werner Willems, Ford Forschungszentrum Aachen Gmbh

Jae Man Cho, Young Dae Yoon, Jong Sub Lee, heung Chul Kim, hyundai Motor Company

David Bowen, Wayne State Univ.; Ilya V. Kolmanovsky, Univ. of Michigan

Advanced Diesel Engine 42% Brake Thermal Efficiency Technology Demonstrators

Simulation of the Effect of Recirculated Gases on Ignition Delay During Cold Starting of a Direct Injection Diesel Engine

Automated Map Optimization of a Large- Bore Diesel Engine




Nicholas R. hirsch, Advanced Engines Development Corp.; Milad h. Mekari, US Army TACOM

Rafik Rofail, Naeim henein, Wayne State Univ.

heidi Dumele, MAN Diesel & Turbo SE; Tobias Stangl, TU Munich

10:00 a.m.

10:20 a.m.

10:40 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

11:20 a.m.

On the Premixed Phase Combustion Behavior of JP-8 in a Military Relevant Single Cylinder Diesel Engine (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

Model Parameter Sensitivity of Mixing and UhC/CO Emissions in a PPCI, Low-Load Optical Diesel Engine (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)



Peter Schihl, Laura decker-hoogterp, US Army TARDEC; Kayla pence, Rose-hulman Institute of Technology; Karen leonard, Consultant

Jeffrey W. Sauter, Chang-Wook Lee, Youngchul Ra, Rolf Reitz, Univ. of Wisconsin Engine Research Center

10:01 p.m.

O2-35/36 Multi-Dimensional Engine

W2-64 New CI & SI Engines and

Modeling (Part 1 of 4) (PFL209)

Components (Part 1 of 3) (PFL500)

Planned by Military Vehicle Committee / Commercial Vehicle Activity

Planned by Combustion and Fuels Committee / Powertrain Fuels and Lubricants Activity

Planned by Lubricants and Powertrain Systems Committee / Powertrain Fuels and Lubricants Activity

Planned by Control and Calibration Committee / Powertrain Fuels and Lubricants Activity

The papers in this session are available in SAE Technical Paper Collection, COLL-TP-00157, and also individually. To purchase visit collections.sae.org

The papers in this session are available in SAE Technical Paper Collection, COLL-TP-00167, and also individually. To purchase visit collections.sae.org

The papers in this session are available in SAE Technical Paper Collection, COLL-TP-00175, and also individually. To purchase visit collections.sae.org



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