SAE 2014 Heavy-Duty Diesel Emissions Control Symposium

Technical Session Schedule

Thursday, September 18

On Road Strategies and Future Developments
(Session Code: HDD700)

Room Bankett High  

Time Paper No. Title
OEM's Routes to Low CO2/Further Improved Fuel Economy
Uwe Gaertner, Daimler AG
Potentials and Challenges for Next Generation HD Diesel Engines in Onroad and Offroad Applications
To meet Euro VI emissions requirements has been the central development focus for the current generation of HD diesel engines in the past. Today – after having achieved this challenging target reliable – the development focus changes. Facing significantly increased product cost as well as upcoming legal fuel efficiency respectively CO2 emissions targets, now improved fuel efficiency as well as the reduction of product cost are the main development targets of next generation HD diesel engines.

In this presentation AVL will highlight the potentials and challenges of advanced technologies for next generation HD diesel engines, like high advanced air handling, consequent engine downspeeding, advanced aftertreatment systems, waste heat recovery, etc...
Heimo Schreier, Lukas Walter, Helmut Theissl, Marko Decker, AVL LIST GmbH
How will the European LDD Industry Cope with Incoming RDE Regulations?
Richard Dorenkamp, Volkswagen AG