SAE 2014 Commercial Vehicle Engineering Congress

Technical Session Schedule

Tuesday, October 7

Thermal Systems - Part 1 of 2
(Session Code: CV303)

Room TBD  8:00 a.m.

This session covers advanced technologies and analysis/design/testing techniques related to cooling system performance. It includes both system-level and component-level contents. Market conditions and government legislation are driving the demand for more power, better fuel economy and lower emissions. Simultaneously, the space available for arranging cooling systems is shrinking. These performance and emissions constraints emphasize the need for integrated engine/vehicle procedures or techniques for developing cooling systems and problem solving. This session is designed to examine the trends in cooling system design and implementation strategies to meet these new requirements.

Organizers - Ashraf A. Farag, Navistar; Timothy Prochnau, John Deere Power Systems; Qin Yang, Navistar Inc.

Time Paper No. Title
Experimental Investigation of Heat Transfer Rates and Pressure Drop through Angled Compact Heat-Exchangers Relative to the Incoming Airflow
Lisa Henriksson, Chalmers Univ. of Technology; Erik Dahl, Peter Gullberg, Volvo Group Trucks Technology; Arnaud Contet, Thomas Skare, TitanX Engine Cooling AB; Lennart Lofdahl, Chalmers Univ of Technology
Cooling System Optimization of 3 Cylinder Inline NA Diesel Engine (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)
Vishal Kale, M.Tech. VIT-ARAI Academy, Escorts Ltd.; Bharani Dharan Raju, Vikas Dhiman, Escorts Ltd
Validation and Design of Heavy Vehicle Cooling System with Waste Heat Recovery Condenser
Jon Dickson, Cummins Inc; Matthew Ellis, Exa Corporation; Tony Rousseau, Modine Manufacturing Company Inc; Jeff Smith, Peterbilt Motors Company
Heavy duty vehicle cooling system auxiliary load management control: Evaluating the maximum gain of implementing an advanced control strategy.
Salvador Sermeno, INSA de Lyon/ Renault Trucks SAS; Eric Bideaux, INSA de Lyon; Tessa Morgan PhD, Renault Trucks SAS; Duc Nguyen, INSA de Lyon/ Renault Trucks SAS
A Secondary deaeration circuit for an engine cooling system with atmospheric recovery bottle to improve deaeration
Lakshmaiah Brahmasani, Mahindra & Mahindra, Ltd.; Samson Solomon, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd; Parvej khan, Mahindra &Mahindra Ltd.
Cold-side Temperature Control Method for the Engine Exhaust Heat Thermoelectric Module
Manfei Bai, Gangfeng Tan, Yadong Deng, Wenying Wang, Hui Yan, Wuhan University of Technology
Modeling of Closed Fans using CFD and Steady State Assumption of Fluid Flow
Peter Gullberg, Volvo Group Trucks Technology; Antoine Tavernier, INSA-Lyon
Heat transfer analysis of evaporator flow direction for engine exhaust heat recovery
Lei Jin, Gangfeng Tan, Xuexun Guo, Rui Nie, Jing Cai, Xiaomeng Shen, Wuhan University of Technology

Planned by Drivetrain, Powertrain and Transmissions Group / Commercial Vehicle Activity