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This session includes charging

Focuses on SI combustion technologies

This session explores EcoCAR team R&D activities as the teams refine their diverse collection of advanced powertrains. Come hear about what the teams learned as they converted conventional GM donated vehicles to various versions of hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric, plug-in fuel cell electric, and full function electric vehicles running on ethanol, biodiesel blends, hydrogen, and electricity.

This session focuses on the impact of conventional and alternative fuels as well as fuel additives on the operation, performance and emissions of SI engines. Papers focus on the impact of bio-derived fuels (ethanol, butanol and others) on engine design and performance as well as gasoline properties and additives, and their impact.

communications for plug-in vehicles, energy management, and hybrid powertrain system controls.

that employ direct, in-cylinder fuel injection. Topics of particular interest include in- cylinder fuel injection and spray studies, flow/spray interaction and in-cylinder mixture formation studies, and combustion chamber shape optimization. Focus includes ‘stratified’ operation or other modes enabled by DI hardware, DI-specific emissions issues such as particulates and smoke, and technologies enabled by DISI

1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

(such as downsizing). 1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.

Organizers: Michael Duoba, Argonne National Laboratory; Ryan McGee, Ford Motor Co.; Mark A. Theobald, GM Powertrain

Organizers: Matthew J. Brusstar, US Environmental Protection Agency; Sudhakar Das; Gerald Micklow, East Carolina University; James W G Turner, Lotus Engineering, Ltd.; Jianwen Yi, Ford Motor Co.

Organizers: Kristen G. De La Rosa, Frank J. Falcone, Argonne National Laboratory; Zoran S. Filipi, Univ. of Michigan

Organizers: Gerald Micklow, East Carolina University

Communication Requirements for Plug-In Electri Vehicles

Time-Resolved Fuel Film Thickness Measurement for Direct Injection SI Engines Using Refractive Index Matching

Validation of an E85 Range Extended Electric Vehicle

Engine Efficiency Improvements Enabled by Ethanol Fuel Blends, in a Gdi, VVA Flex Fuel Engine





Richard A. Scholer, Ford Motor Co.; Dan Mepham, General Motors Company; Sam Girimonte, Chrysler Group LLC; Doug Oliver, Ford Motor Company; Krishnan Gowri, Nathan Tenney, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory; James Lawlis, Ford Motor Co.; Eloi Taha, Nissan Technical Center NA Inc.; John halliwell, EPRI

David Maligne, Gilles Bruneaux, IFP Energies nouvelles

Lynn R. Gantt, Robert Alley, Jeffrey Bennett, Patrick M. Walsh, Douglas J. Nelson, Virginia Tech

Wayne Moore, Matthew Foster, Kevin hoyer, Delphi Powertrain Systems

Energy Management Options for an Electric Vehicle with hydraulic Regeneration System

A Comparison of Spray-Guided Stratified- Charge Combustion Performance with Outwardly Opening Piezo and Multi-hole Solenoid Injectors

An Extended-Range Electric Vehicle Control Strategy for Reducing Petroleum Energy Use and Well-to-Wheel Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Adsorption-based Structural Characterization of Intake Valve Deposits





Michael Woon, Xianke Lin, Andrej Ivanco, Univ. of Michigan; Andrew Moskalik, Charles Gray, US Environmental Protection Agency; Zoran S. Filipi, Univ. of Michigan

James Smith, US Environmental Protection Agency; Gerald Szekely Jr, Arun Solomon, Scott Parrish, General Motors Company

Patrick M. Walsh, Jonathan King, Lynn R. Gantt, Michael J. Kearney, Douglas J. Nelson, Virginia Tech

Jose Costa, Lev Sarkisov, Nigel Seaton, Univ. of Edinburgh; Roger Cracknell, Shell Projects and Technology

hybrid Electric Vehicle Powertrain and Control Strategy Optimization to Maximize the Synergy with a Gasoline hCCI Engine

Effect of Swirl and Tumble on the Stratified Combustion of a DISI Engine - A CFD Study

Addressing Drivability in an Extended Range Electric Vehicle Running an Equivalent Consumption Minimization Strategy (ECMS)

Emissions Characteristics of Neat Butanol Fuel using a Port Fuel-injected, Spark- ignition Engine





Benjamin Lawler, Elliott Ortiz-Soto, Rohit Gupta, huei Peng, Zoran S. Filipi, University of Michigan

James Gunasekaran, Reader in Mechanical Engineering; V. Ganesan, Indian Institute of Technology

Eric J. Schacht, Beth Bezaire, Brad Cooley, Kerem Bayar, John W. Kruckenberg, Ohio State Univ.

Benjamin Wigg, Robert Coverdill, Chia-Fon Lee, Dimitrios Kyritsis, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Controls Development for Clutch-Assisted Engine Starts in a Parallel hybrid Electric Vehicle

Strategies Toward Meeting Future Particulate Matter Emission Requirements for SI Engines

Well-To-Wheel Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Analysis of hypothetical Fleet of Electrified Vehicles in Canada and the U.S.

Catalyst Performance Evaluation on E0 and E85 Fuels





Anthony Smith, Norman Bucknor, hong Yang, Yongsheng he, General Motors Company

Walter Piock, Guy hoffmann, Axel Berndorfer, Patrick Salemi, Bernd Fusshoeller, Delphi Powertrain Systems, Luxembourg

Miguelangel Maduro, Greg Rohrauer, Univ. of Ontario Institute of Technology

Manish Sharma, Carolyn hubbard, John Roth, Ford Motor Company

Vehicle System Controls for a Series hybrid Powertrain

Acoustic Noise Assessment of Gasoline Direct Injection Fuel Injectors Using Taguchi Methods

Development and Testing of an Advanced Extended Range Electric Vehicle

Effects of Fuel Corrosion Inhibitors on Powertrain Intake Valve Deposits





Qing Wang, Wei Liang, Ming Kuang, Ryan McGee, Ford Motor Company

Charles W. Braun, Joyce Faville, Todd Geib, Dan Buehler, Delphi Corp.

Jeff Waldner, Jeremy Wise, Curran Crawford, Zuomin Dong, Univ. of Victoria

Elana Chapman, Jill Cummings, General Motors Company

Comparison between Rule-Based and Instantaneous Optimization for a Single- Mode, Power-Split hEV

Particulate Characteristics for Varying Engine Operation in a Gasoline Spark Ignited, Direct Injection Engine

Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) Design using Advanced Powertrain Simulation Tools



(Oral Only) Frank Falcone, Argonne National Laboratory

Namwook Kim, Aymeric P. Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory

Carolyn Farron, Nicholas Matthias, David Foster, Michael Andrie, Roger Krieger, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison; Paul Najt, Kushal Narayanaswamy, Arun Solomon, General Motors LLC; Alla Zelenyuk, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory


Fuel & Additive Effects on SI Engine Performance (PFL203)

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2:40 p.m.

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WEDNESDA , APRIL 13 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions


Powertrains (Part 4 of 4) (PFL100) Technology (Part 1 of 2) (PFL202)


EcoCAR Year 3 Vehicle Development (PFL110)

W2-62 Advanced Hybrid Vehicle

W2-68 Direct Injection SI Engine

SAE 2011 World Congress



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