SAE 2014 Heavy-Duty Diesel Emissions Control Symposium

Technical Session Schedule

Wednesday, September 17

Emerging Markets
(Session Code: HDD800)

Room Bankett High  16:00

Moderators - Joseph E. Kubsh, Manufacturers of Emission Controls Assoc.

Time Paper No. Title
Indian Emissions Update
Jacob David Raj, Mahindra & Mahindra
Challenge and Solution for Reduction of Emissions from Commercial Vehicle in Beijing
In order to reduce the emissions from low speed city bus, Beijing 4 and Beijing 5 heavy duty engine emission regulation have some additional points as Euro 4 and Euro 5 regulation. Cold start emissions and particulate number limit cause a new challenge for engine heat management and performance of aftertreatment system. As largest heavy duty engine manufacture, Weichai Power Co. Ltd. has developed special technical solutions to fulfill the requirement of Beijing market. The first Chinese EU 6 Diesel Engine equipped with DPF has borne by Weichai Power Co. Ltd.. Gas engine play more and more role in China city bus market.
Qin Li, Weichai Power Co.
Introduction of the Bharat Stage 4 Emission Legislation in India
India is one of the most important emerging nations with the second largest populations in the world. The Indian government has recognized the importance to react to the increasing air pollution due to the fast growing transportation traffic. As a consequence, India has introduced Euro IV based emission norms for commercial vehicles in large cities in April 2010 and is expected to extent the legislation nationwide by 2017. In this presentation the challenges of introducing Euro IV suitable exhaust after treatment systems with SCR technology to the Indian market are addressed and possible solutions presented.
Georg Huethwohl, Albonair GmbH