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THURSDA , APRIL 14 - MORNING Technical and Business Sessions







Advanced Fuel Cell Vehicle Applications (PFL101)

Combustion Control (Part 1 of 2)

Direct Injection SI Engine


Technology (Part 2 of 2) (PFL202)

Engine & Driveline Lubricants (PFL506)

Fuel Cell hybrid Electric Propulsion for automotive applications has the highest potential to offer both zero emissions and long range vehicle while being able to 100 percent refuel in a matter of minutes. This session covers advances in Fuel Cell Powertrain Power Density; Cold Start Optimization; hydrogen Storage and Fueling simulation. Modeling, Simulation and Testing of PEM Fuel Cell components and systems are also covered.

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

This session covers engine combustion control and optimization techniques related to achieving stringent market fuel economy, emissions, and performance. Related topics include engine combustion diagnostics, control, optimization, related combustion

Focuses on SI combustion technologies 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

sensing, etc

optimization. Focus includes ‘stratified’

peration or other modes enabled by DI hardware, DI-specific emissions issues such as particulates and smoke, and technologies enabled by DISI (such as downsizing).

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

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

Discussions in this session involve lubricant studies that offer improvements to current fluids, alterations of test methods or provide new insights into how lubricants impact current technology. This year’s topics include an overview of lubrication related to ring/liner contacts, data and analysis to clarify how low viscosity oils improve fuel economy, base oil properties that affect aeration and how the addition of air affects the outcome of seal immersion tests.

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.

Organizers: Jesse Schneider, BMW AG; Dohoy Jung, Univ. of Michigan-Dearborn

Organizers: Rahul Sharma, Univ. of Melbourne; Nilabh Srivasatva, Univ. of North Carolina; Elisa Toulson, Michigan State Univ.; Junmin Wang, Ohio State Univ.; Yue-Yun Wang, General Motors LLC; Guoming Zhu, Michigan State Univ.

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.

Chairpersons: Jesse Schneider, BMW AG

Low-Cost FC Stack Concept with Increased Power Density and Simplified Configuration Utilizing an Advanced MEA

Continuous Load Adjustment Strategy of a Gasoline hCCI-SI Engine Fully Controlled by Exhaust Gas

Charge Motion Benefits of Valve Deactivation to Reduce Fuel Consumption and Emissions in an GDi, VVA Engine




Mitsutaka Abe, Takanori Oku, Yasuhiro Numao, Satoshi Takaichi, Masanari Yanagisawa, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Tao Chen, hui Xie, Le Li, Weifei Yu, Zhihua Li, Tianjin Univ.; hua Zhao, Brunel Univ.

Wayne Moore, Matthew Foster, Delphi Powertrain Systems; Ming-Chia Lai, Xing- Bin Xie, Yi Zheng, Atsushi Matsumoto, Wayne State Univ.

Performance Improvement in Fuel Cells by Porous Metal Flow Fields

Knock Detection and Estimation Based on heat Release Strategies

The Spray Characteristics and the Wall- impingement on Different Piston Tops for the Multi-hole Injector of DISI Gasoline Engines

(Oral Only) Toshio Shudo, Tokyo Metropolitan Univ.



José Carlos Zavala, General Motors Company; Charles Folkerts, Retired General Motors Company

Qianwang Fan; Liguang Li, Tongji Univ.; Zongjie hu, Jun Deng, Tongji Univ

Development of Electric Power Control using the Capacitance Characteristics of the Fuel Cell

Diagnosis and Control of Advanced Diesel Combustions using Engine Vibration Signal

high Frequency Ignition System for Gasoline Direct Injection Engines




hiroyuki Imanishi, Kota Manabe, Toyota Motor Corporation; Tomoya Ogawa, Toyota Technical Development Corporation; Yasuhiro Nonobe, Toyota Motor Corporation

Ferdinando Taglialatela-Scafati, Nicola Cesario, Mario Lavorgna, STMicroelectronics, Arzano (NA) (Italy); Ezio Mancaruso, Bianca Maria Vaglieco, Istituto Motori-CNR, Napoli (Italy)

Volker heise, Philippe Farah, Delphi Automotive Systems SA; harry husted, Delphi Corp.; Edgard Wolf, Delphi Powertrain Systems

Development and Validation of a Numerical Thermal Simulation Model for Compressed hydrogen Gas Storage Tanks

Real-Time Combustion Phase Optimization of a PFI Gasoline Engine

Study of Particle Number Emissions from a Turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) Engine using Fast-Response Analyzers




Rainer Immel, André Mack-Gardner, Adam Opel AG - General Motors Company

Enrico Corti, Claudio Forte, Univ. degli Studi di Bologna

Mark S. Peckham, Alex Finch, Bruce Campbell, Cambustion, Ltd.; Phil Price, Ford Motor Company; Marcus Timothy Davies, Ford Motor Co.

On-Board Physical Based 70 MPa hydrogen Storage Systems

Combustion Prediction by a Low- Throughput Model in Modern Diesel Engines

Minimizing Gasoline Direct Injection (GDi) Fuel System Pressure Pulsations by Robust Fuel Rail Design



(2011-01-1225) Timothy D. Spegar, Delphi Corp.

Michael J. Veenstra, Bert hobein, Ford Motor Company

Andrea Catania, Roberto Finesso, Ezio Spessa, Politecnico di Torino; Alessandro Catanese, Gerhard Landsmann, GM Powertrain Europe

Discussion Break

Development of Low Pressure Loop EGR System for Diesel Engines

Lean GDI Technology Cost & Adoption Forecast: The Impact of Ultra-Low Sulfur Gasoline Standards



Akira Yamashita, hisashi Ohki, Terutoshi Tomoda, Koichiro Nakatani, Toyota Motor Corporation

Kevin B. McMahon, Casey Selecman, Martec Group Inc.; Frank Botzem, Bernd Stablein, Martec Group Gmbh

Two-Phase Lattice Boltzmann Simulations and In-Situ Measurements with X-ray CT Imaging on Liquid Water Transport in PEFCs

Investigation into Light Duty Dieseline fuelled Partially-Premixed Compression Ignition Engine

Study of Gaseous Emissions from a Turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) Engine using Fast-Response Analyzers




Koji Moriyama, Furusawa Toru, honda R&D Co., Ltd.

Fan Zhang, hongming Xu, Jun Zhang, Birmingham Univ.; Guohong Tian, Univ. of Newcastle; Gautam Kalghatgi, Saudi Aramco

Mark S. Peckham, Alex Finch, Bruce Campbell, Cambustion, Ltd.

8:00 a.m.

8:20 a.m.

8:40 a.m.

9:00 a.m.

9:20 a.m.

9:40 a.m.

10:00 a.m.

Organizers: Michael huston, Lubrizol; Timothy P. Newcomb, BorgWarner Inc.

Observations from Cylinder Liner Wear Studies in heavy-duty Diesel Engines and the Evolution towards Lower Viscosity heavy-duty Engine Lubricants


Wim Van Dam, Mark W. Cooper, Chevron Oronite; Kenneth Oxorn, ANS Technologies; Scott Richards, Southwest Research Institute

Optimizing Low Viscosity Lubricants for Improved Fuel Economy in heavy Duty Diesel Engines


Wim van Dam, Trevor Miller, Gary Parsons, Chevron Oronite

Discussion Break

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