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2015-10-08 ...
  • October 8-9, 2015 (8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.) - Troy, Michigan
Training / Education Classroom Seminars
Data acquisition is required throughout the product's life cycle - in prototype performance evaluation, reliability/durability testing, duty-cycle analysis, end of line testing, and service and aftermarket product areas. Both lab and on-road testing are needed for components, sub-systems and entire vehicles. As in-vehicle networks become increasingly more sophisticated in terms of the number of controllers, the speed at which they communicate, and the number of parameters available, they are a virtual goldmine for the test engineer.
2015-09-22
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Recent UAS popularity has driven numerous advancements in payloads and remote sensing capabilities. These advancements have led to smaller, lighter, and more energy efficient payload packages. Additionally, the reduced cost of acquiring, operating, and maintaining UAS platforms has driven innovations in both sensing and payload modularity and multi-functional capabilities to meet expected system costs. This session focuses specifically on UAS payload technologies including remote sensory equipment from design through implementation.
2015-09-22
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2015-09-17
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2015-09-17
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Customer sometimes modified the vehicle by relocating emission components, modified the production hardware, or installed aftermarket parts. Whether it’s to gain more performance or reduce operating cost, these changes sometimes affect the expected behavior of the vehicle operation and jeopardize the on-board diagnostic robustness. This presentation is to share Ford's OBD experiences and challenges with aftermarket or modified parts, modifications to vehicle, and introduction of new emission component.
2015-09-17
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The current and projected lower price of natural gas (NG) relative to diesel fuel continues to drive manufacturers to consider alternatives to the conventional diesel engine for the heavy and medium-duty applications. As more stringent OBD requirements for alternative fueled engines are phased in over the next few years, with a requirement for full HD-OBD compliance in 2018, manufacturers must understand the impact these regulations will have on their existing OBD strategies and calibration and what additional development will be required. Some manufacturers have introduced heavy and medium-duty stoichiometric spark-ignited (SI) NG engines for the European market, and may consider bringing these engines to the US market. These engines have diagnostic systems developed specifically for EOBD requirements. To successfully certify and introduce these EOBD equipped engines to the US market the additional HD-OBD requirements for these SI NG engines must be understood.
2015-09-17
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OBD emissions thresholds for diesel urea based SCR (selective catalytic reduction) catalyst have been driven down rapidly by regulatory authorities, and continue to be driven down with the LEV III regulations proposed by ARB. The accuracy of state of the art NOx sensing technology is not keeping pace with the OBD requirements, motivating the need to look for more advanced SCR monitoring approaches. One approach that has been employed with success for gasoline three way catalyst monitors is the so –called partial volume monitor where only a portion of the catalyst is monitored with the assumption that that portion will be damaged first. In this presentation we investigate the potential benefit of partial volume SCR monitoring and the applicability of the assumptions. We support the analysis with experimental results.
2015-09-17
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2015-09-16
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The following Breakout Sessions will take place: -Electrification, moderated by Andrew Zettel -Communication Standards, moderated by Paul Baltusis -Diesel Misfire, moderated by Jeff Potts -Diesel Aftertreatment, moderated by Hal Zatorski & John Van Gilder
2015-09-16
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2015-09-16
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2015-09-16
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In 2001, the EPA outlined a number of methods to detect I/M Smog inspectors who are engaging in ‘clean scanning.’ Continuing the effort to deter fraud, the state of California’s Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR) has implemented new methods of ‘finger printing’ vehicles including methods to determine repair longevity in their new OIS Smog program. Understanding these two issues is the next phase of teaching technicians the importance of not ‘clean piping.’ These concepts are new to technicians and pose new challenges to the current teaching methods. Most current teaching methods only teach technicians to look for codes and to see if the monitors run to complete, and nothing else. Repair verification and longevity is a new challenge that technicians are now facing in California’s Smog Program. There will be two case studies discussed in this presentation. One will demonstrate how the BAR used OBD ll to detect clean piping, when there is no VIN available in the data stream.
2015-09-16
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In the new upcoming California Light Duty OBD regulation, CARB is focusing on hybrid componentry. This presentation will overview the noteworthy aspects of the new regulation from an Electrification perspective.
2015-09-15
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