TUESDA , APRIL 12 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions
SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM
Advanced Hybrid Vehicle Powertrains (Part 2 of 4) (PFL100)
Electric Motor & Power Electronics (Part 2 of 2) (PFL104)
Engine Boosting Systems (PFL501)
Fuel & Additive Effects on CI Engine Performance (PFL205)
This session includes hybrid fleet studies, drive-cycle analyses, and energy usage calculations.
1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
Power electronics and electric motors are essential for improving vehicle efficiency through drivetrain electrification. Technologies that support high efficiency, high power density, and low cost motors and power modules are required for the success of vehicle electrification.
1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
Trends of ever increasing power density, better fuel economy and now reduced emissions are increasing focus on turbocharging/ supercharging and turbochargers/ superchargers, as part of overall engine system optimization. Increased amounts of EGR and use of aftertreatment devices present new
This session presents work investigating the effect of fuel composition on CI engine performance in terms of combustion efficiency, emissions and engine hardware durability. Variations in fuel composition include the inclusion of aromatic compounds, the blending of oxygenated components and the use of additives for cetane number improvement and lubricity enhancement.
challenges. This session will cover conceptual, modeling and experimental studies relating to advanced turbochargers/superchargers and advanced boosting systems to respond to above challenges.
1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Organizers: Michael Duoba, Argonne National Laboratory; Ryan McGee, Ford Motor Co.; Mark A. Theobald, GM Powertrain
Organizers: Laura Marlino, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Mark A. Theobald, GM Powertrain; Serdar h. Yonak, Toyota Motor Engineering & Mfg NA Inc.
Organizers: David Japikse, Concepts NREC; William Smith, honeywell Int’l (Turbo Technologies); Arjun D. Tuteja
Organizers: Paul Richards, Innospec
2010 North American Light Duty Vehicle Assessment: The Ten Most Efficient Powertrains, The Ten Lowest Energy Consumption Chassis
Development of high Response Motor and Inverter System for the Nissan LEAF Electric Vehicle
Turbo-Discharging: Predicted Improvements in Engine Fuel Economy and Performance
Increasing the Lubricity of JP-8 to Fuel Two- Stroke Spark Ignition Engines for Midsized Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Clark hochgraf, Rochester Institute of Technology
Yoshinori Sato, Shigeaki Ishikawa, Takahito Okubo, Makoto Abe, Katsunori Tamai, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Andrew M Williams, Alan T Baker, Colin P Garner, Loughborough Univ.
James howard Lee, Brian Duddy, Michael Thurston, Daniel Beardslee, Ryan Enyeart, Rochester Institute of Technology
Characterizing One-day Missions of PhEVs Based on Representative Synthetic Driving Cycles
Development of Integrated Modular Motor Drive for Traction Applications
The Potential of Variable Compressor Geometry for highly Boosted Gasoline Engines
The Effect of Cetane Improvers and Biodiesel on Diesel Particulate Matter Size
Tae-Kyung Lee, Univ. of Michigan; Zevi Baraket, UMTRI; Timothy Gordon, Zoran Filipi, Univ. of Michigan
Gilsu Choi, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison; Zhuxian Xu, Ming Li, Univ. of Tennessee - Knoxville; Shiv Gupta, Thomas Jahns, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison; Fred Wang, Univ. of Tennessee and ORNL; Neil A. Duffie, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison; Laura Marlino, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Fabian herbst, Claude-Pascal Stöber- Schmidt, Peter Eilts, Technische Universitaet Braunschweig; Thorsten Sextro, Jasper Kammeyer, Christoph Natkaniec, Joerg Seume, Leibniz Universitaet hannover; Daniel Porzig, hubert Schwarze, Technische Universitaet Clausthal
John Nuszkowski, Kevin Flaim, Gregory Thompson, West Virginia Univ.
Alternative Plug in hybrid Electric Vehicle Utility Factor
Analytical Approach to Model a Saturated Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor for a hybrid Electric Vehicle
Measurement and Modeling of Compressor Surge on Engine Test Bench for Different Intake Line Configurations
Effects of Cetane Number on Jet Fuel Combustion in a heavy-Duty Compression Ignition Engine at high Load
Thomas h. Bradley, B. Morgan Davis, Colorado State Univ.
Abdenour Abdelli, Fabrice Le Berr, IFP Energies nouvelles
Jose Galindo, Francisco Arnau, Andres Tiseira, Ricardo Lang, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia; hamid Lahjaily PhD, Thomas Gimenes MD, Renault S.A.S.
Lucas Murphy, David Rothamer, Univ. of Wisconsin
An Iterative Markov Chain Approach for Generating Vehicle Driving Cycles
high-Performance heat Sink for Interfacing hybrid Electric Vehicle Inverters to Engine Coolant Loop
An Analysis for Floating Bearing in a Turbo Charger
high Cetane Fuel Combustion Performance in a Conventional Military Diesel Engine
(2011-01-0349) Jan Vetrovec, Aqwest LLC
Qiuming Gong, Shawn Midlam-Mohler, Vincenzo Marano, Giorgio Rizzoni, Ohio State Univ.
Fanghui Shi, General Motors Company; Dingfeng Deng, Optimal Computer Aided Engineering Inc.
Jim Cowart, Matthew Carr, Pat Caton, Lars Stoulig, Dianne Luning-Prak, Andrew Moore, Leonard hamilton, US Naval Academy
Drive Cycle Analysis, Measurement of Emissions and Fuel Consumption of a PhEV School Bus
System Level Approach to Air-Cooled Power Electronics Thermal Management
Performance Evaluation of Three-stage Turbocharging System for heavy-duty Diesel Engine
Relationship between Fuel Properties and Sensitivity Analysis of Non-Aromatic and Aromatic Fuels Used in a Single Cylinder heavy Duty Diesel Engine
Robb Allan Barnitt, Jeffrey Gonder, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Jason Aaron Lustbader, Gopi Krishnan, Kevin Bennion, Sreekant Narumanchi, Charles King, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Junichiro Nitta, Akihiko Minato, Naoki Shimazaki, Isuzu Advanced Engineering Center Ltd
Yousef Jeihouni, Stefan Pischinger, VKA, RWTh Aachen University; Ludger Ruhkamp, Thomas Koerfer, FEV Motorentechnik Gmbh
Analytical Evaluation of Propulsion System Architectures for Future Urban Vehicles
Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicles
Optimization of an Electric Turbo Compounding System for Gasoline Engine Exhaust Energy Recovery
The Impact of Fuel Properties on Diesel Low Temperature Combustion
V.Prasad Atluri, Kerem Koprubasi, Rajiv Gupta, Norman D. Brinkman, General Motors Company
Matthew Scudiere, John McKeever, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Weilin Zhuge, Lei huang, Wei Wei, Yangjun Zhang, Tsinghua Univ.; Yongsheng he, General Motors Global R&D
William De Ojeda, Tytus Bulicz, Navistar; Xiaoye han, Ming Zheng, University of Windsor; Frederick Cornforth, ConocoPhillips Co.
The Impact of Regenerative Braking on the Powertrain-Delivered Energy Required for Vehicle Propulsion.
high Power Density Motor and Inverter for RWD hybrid Vehicles
Reduction of Emissions and BSFC on Super Clean Diesel of heavy Duty Diesel Engine by high Boosting and high EGR Rate
Combustion Improvement of Diesel Engine by Alcohol Addition - Investigation of Port Injection Method and Blended Fuel Method
(2011-01-0891) Gino Sovran
Kenji Arai, Kazuyuki higashi, Tadaaki Iiyama, hiroaki Murai, Shigeaki Ishikawa, Takahito Okubo, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
Masayuki kobayashi, Yuzo Aoyagi, Takayuki Adachi, Tetsuya Murayama, Munemasa hashimoto, New Ace Inst. Co., Ltd.; Yuichi Goto, hisakazu Suzuki, National Traffic Safety & Enviro Lab
Ryo Michikawauchi, Shiro Tanno, Yasushi Ito, Mutsumi Kanda, Toyota Motor Corporation
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