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THURSDA , APRIL 14 - MORNING Technical and Business Sessions

TIME

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

W2-63

D3-20

W2-64

W2-65

Kinetically Controlled CI Combustion (Including HCCI) (Part 2 of 3) (PFL206)

Recent Discoveries in the Mobility Alternative and Advanced Fuels

History Archives (Part 1 of 2) (CONG101)

(Part 1 of 2) (PFL215)

Advanced Battery Technology (Part 1 of 2) (PFL103)

This session focuses on kinetically controlled combustion. Experimental and simulation studies pertaining to various means of controlling combustion are welcome. Examples are research studies dealing with temperature and composition distribution inside the cylinder and their impact on heat release process. Studies clarifying the role of fuel physical and chemical properties in autoignition are also welcome.

8:20 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.

This session deals with the history of the need for automotive emission regulations, attempts made in the past to realistically measure automobile ful economy and changes in automobile body styling that lead to the future.

This session contains papers studying the use of Butanol in both gasoline and diesel engines along with a paper on the use of Ethanol. There are also a selection of papers studying the use of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters and vegetable oil in diesel engines. The use of synthesis gas/ producer gas/ natural gas is also presented. Part one concentrates on the Fatty Acid Methyl Ester and vegetable oil papers.

Batteries pose one of the biggest challenges and opportunities on the road to electrifying the automobile. The success or failure of hybrid, Plug-In, and Electric vehicles is highly dependent on their batteries. This session features a variety of talks by the OEMs and third party groups active in the field.

8:20 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.

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

9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Investigations of a Fatty Acid Methyl Ester from Poultry Fat in a Triple Vortex Separate Combustion Chamber Diesel Engine; Stage one: Combustion investigations

(2011-01-1188)

Valentin Soloiu, David Nelson, April Covington, Jeff Lewis, Georgia Southern Univ.

Reducing NOx Emissions from a Common- Rail Engine Fueled with Soybean Biodiesel

VOLTEC Battery System for Electric Vehicle with Extended Range

(2011-01-1195)

(2011-01-1373)

Michael Leick, Xuan Feng, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Chia-Fon Lee, Tsinghua Univ. and Univ. of Illinois; Alan hansen, Univ. of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign

Roland Matthe, Lance Turner, General Motors Company; horst Mettlach, Adam Opel AG - General Motors Company

Assessment of Closed-Loop Combustion Control Capability for Biodiesel Blending Detection and Combustion Impact Mitigation for an Euro5 Automotive Diesel Engine

Development of Lithium-Ion-Battery System for hybrid System

(2011-01-1193)

(2011-01-1372)

Chiara Guido, Carlo Beatrice, Silvana Di Iorio, Pierpaolo Napolitano, Gabriele Di Blasio, Istituto Motori CNR; Alberto Vassallo, Claudio Ciaravino, GMPT-E

Kosuke Oguri, Naoki Maruno, honda R&D Co., Ltd.

Discussion Break

Evaluation of a hybrid Energy Storage System for EV’s

(2011-01-1376)

Karl Bo Albert Mikkelsen, Steve Lambert, Univ. of Waterloo

Effect Of Using Biodiesel (B-20) And Combustion Phasing On Combustion And Emissions In A hSDI Diesel Engine

Voltec Battery Design and Manufacturing

(2011-01-1203)

(2011-01-1360)

Mufaddel Dahodwala, Vinay Nagaraju, FEV, Inc.; Kaushik Acharya, Volt Management Corp.; Walter Bryzik, Naeim henein, Wayne State Univ.

Robert Parrish, Kanthasamy Elankumaran, Milind Gandhi, Bryan Nance, Patrick Meehan, Dave Milburn, Saif Siddiqui, Andrew Brenz, General Motors Company

10:00 a.m.

9:40 a.m.

Discussion Break

Experimental Study of Fuel Composition Impact on PCCI Combustion in a heavy- Duty Diesel Engine

9:20 a.m.

(2011-01-1351)

C.A.J. Leermakers, C.C.M. Luijten, L.M.T. Somers, G.T. Kalghatgi, Eindhoven Univ. of Technology; B.A. Albrecht, DAF Trucks NV

9:00 a.m.

(2011-01-1356)

William Glewen, Christopher Meyer, David Foster, Michael Andrie, Roger Krieger, Univ. of Wisconsin

Improvement of Premixed Compression Ignition Combustion using Various Injector Configurations

(2011-01-1357)

Yongjin Jung, Choongsik Bae, Korea Advanced Inst. of Science & Tech; Jinyoung Jang, Duksang Kim, Doosan Infracore

Organizers: William Attard, MAhLE Powertrain LLC; Barbara Goodrich, John Deere Product Engineering Center; George Karavalakis, Univ. of California, Riverside; Paul Richards, Innospec; Elisa Toulson, Michigan State Univ.

Organizers: Neil M. Johnson, Ricardo; Alvaro Masias, Ford Motor Co.; James Miller, Argonne National Laboratory

Impact of Fuel Properties on the Performance of a Direct Injection Diesel Engine under Part homogeneous Operating Conditions

Economy and Performance: Engineering, Competition, and the Gilmore/Mobil Economy Runs

(2011-01-1358)

Stefan Pischinger, Vinod K. Rajamani, Yousef Jeihouni, VKA, RWTh Aachen Univ.

(Oral Only) John heitmann, University of Dayton

Organizers: Aristotelis Babajimopoulos, Univ. of Michigan; Christopher Gehrke, Caterpillar Inc.; Scott Goldsborough, Marquette Univ.; Nebojsa Milovanovic, Delphi Diesel Systems; hongming Xu, Birmingham Univ.

Organizers: Donald C. Siegla, Retired

Chairpersons: James K. Wagner

8:20 a.m.

8:40 a.m.

Sources and Tradeoffs for Transient NO and UhC Emissions with Low Temperature Diesel Combustion

Effect of Intake Oxygen Concentration on Particle Size Distribution Measurements from Diesel Low Temperature Combustion

The Birth of Automotive Emission Control - A Look in the Rear View Mirrow

(2011-01-1355)

Francisco Payri, Jesús Benajes, Ricardo Novella, Christopher Kolodziej, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia

(Oral Only) Charles A. Amann, KAB Engineering

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