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2009-05-13
Technical Paper
2009-01-1617
Sheetal Patil, Laxman Kapaleshwari
Embedded software is a software system that permanently resides in a device whose operations it controls. Typically, embedded systems are housed on flash memory or ROM chip and may be found in systems like cellular phones, household and office appliances having digital interfaces, medical equipment, automotive components, avionics etc. The fundamental problem facing the design of embedded systems is heterogeneity. Multiple styles of algorithms (e.g. signal processing, communications, and controls) are implemented using a variety of technologies (e.g., digital signal processors, microcontrollers, field-programmable gate arrays, application-specific integrated circuits, and real-time operating systems).Other challenges in automotive development are increasing requirements and therefore increasing size and complexity of the code, development and management of offshore / muti-site software development to reduce costs.
2008-06-19
Article
Using quartz and sapphire components, high-powered lasers and scientific cameras researchers are able to see inside an operating engine—and that vision is proving to be a valuable aid for finding ways to reduce diesel emissions. Could this research hold the key to maximizing the benefits of low-temperature diesel combustion without incurring the typical emissions penalty?
2012-08-20
Article
Delphi’s diesel exhaust emissions sensor portfolio includes its ammonia sensor and a new particulate matter (PM) sensor.
2009-09-08
Article
Ricardo has developed a spark-ignited V6 engine that matches the performance of a larger V8 diesel engine while also reducing costs. Its Ethanol-Boosted Direct Injection (EBDI) also has the potential to reduce aftertreatment size while letting operators use a range of fuels.
2009-10-09
Article
More powerful design tools, faster microprocessors, and software standards are a few of the tools that will help make possible a system-wide approach toward vehicle design.
2009-11-30
Article
Delphi has entered the European digital tachograph market with the EFAS 3 device, produced in partnership with EFKON of Germany, a company better known for telecommunication and electronic vehicle tolling systems. Delphi has also launched a European diagnostic tool for trucks and buses, including braked trailers, designed for independent service providers.
2009-12-09
Article
Allison Transmission Inc. has entered into a long-term business agreement with Delphi Automotive Systems, LLC, with Delphi supplying to Allison hybrid-drive system components and energy storage systems.
2014-06-20
Article
Autonomous vehicles are a hot topic, most noticeably in the automotive world. But automated driving/operation is making significant headway in the off-highway realm as well, especially in mining applications. John Williamson of Komatsu America Corp. and Serge Lambermont of Delphi Electronics & Safety provide some insights on the topic.
2010-09-08
Article
“This is very timely,” Dr. Andrew Brown Jr., Executive Director and Chief Technologist for Delphi Corp., said of the National Research Council report “Assessment of Fuel Economy Technologies for Medium and Heavy Duty Vehicles,” for which he served as committee chair. Brown, the 2010 President of SAE International, presented the report’s findings and recommendations for attendees of ComVEC on Oct. 5.
2010-09-27
Article
After massive reductions from advanced fuel injection, he says it has to be about chassis, size of vehicle, rolling resistance, and air resistance.
2008-07-11
Article
Delphi’s data connectivity systems (DDCS) incorporate a full line of headers, hubs, inline connection systems, cables and ports, and are developed to meet the specifications of each customer and their product requirements.
2010-06-04
Article
Kohler adds 12 Command Pro EFI engines ranging from 19 to 29 hp (14 to 21 kW) to its line.
2010-06-15
Article
Delphi offers its solid oxide fuel cell technology as an auxiliary power unit to provide up to 5 kW (6.7 hp) of electrical power for use on commercial vehicles during extended idling periods.
2010-07-19
Article
With over 10,000 industry standard and custom designed connection systems for a variety of industries and applications, Delphi understands the distinct needs of our off-highway customers and can make the right connection between innovation and value.
2009-02-13
Article
Delphi will be supplying telematics transceivers to Caterpillar starting in 2010. Sensors and software in the transceivers will enable equipment to send and retrieve data using global positioning systems and wireless telecommunications technology.
2009-01-20
Article
Euro VI, with a likely implementation date of 2013/14, is not yet finalized, and the introduction of World Harmonized Heavy Duty Certification (WHDC) could replace test procedures in Europe, North America, and Japan. Switching to WHDC test cycles could have several effects on fuel injection system design.
2014-02-03
Article
How are heavy-duty diesel fuel systems likely to evolve in Europe, now that Euro-VI, the tightest yet emissions regulations applied to heavy trucks and buses in the European Union, have come into force for all new vehicles? Delphi's Heavy-Duty Diesel Systems Engineering Director, David Draper, offers his insights.
2014-04-17
Article
Delphi launches a comprehensive diesel particulate filter (DPF) program that includes a retrofit aftertreatment system and cleaning process.
2014-10-22
Article
The company unveiled reconfigurable clusters and wireless device charging technologies as part of its second-generation “Tech Truck” at the recent IAA Commercial Vehicles event in Hannover, Germany.
2007-10-30
Technical Paper
2007-01-4179
Marek Tatur, Erik Koehler, Martin Laermann, Dean Tomazic, Taylor Holland, David Robinson, Jeffrey Dowell, Kenneth Price
The implementation and development efforts of lean NOx trap catalysts for heavy-duty applications decreased a number of years ago. Most heavy-duty engine manufacturers realized that the system complexity as well as the durability of such a system does not allow large volume production without significant risk. The current consensus of the heavy-duty community is that for 2010 the SCR system will be the prime path to meet the 0.2 g/bHPhr NOx emission standard, although this is subject to adequate infrastructure investment and progress. As a low volume manufacturer, in order to comply with the 2007 heavy-duty phase-in emission standards, General Engine Products (a subsidiary of AM General LLC) integrated a NOx adsorber system on the Optimizer 6500 engine. This engine features split combustion chamber design, rotary fuel injection pump and operates with EGR.
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