SAE 2014 World Congress & Exhibition
Technical Session Schedule
Wednesday, April 9
Fuel/Additive Effects on SI Combustion Processes
(Session Code: PFL214)
Room 413 A 8:00 a.m.
This session focuses on the impact of conventional and alternative fuels as well as fuel additives on the operation, performance and emissions of SI engines. Papers focus on the impact of bio-derived fuels (ethanol, butanol and others) on engine design and performance as well as gasoline properties and additives, and their impact.
Organizers - Elana Chapman, Richard S. Davis, John O. Waldman, General Motors Co.
Chairpersons - John O. Waldman, Elana Chapman, General Motors Co.
|Effects of Fuel Octane Rating and Ethanol Content on Knock, Fuel Economy, and CO2 for a Turbocharged DI Engine
Thomas G. Leone, Edward D. Olin, James E. Anderson, Hosuk H. Jung, Michael H. Shelby, Ford Motor Co.; Robert A. Stein, AVL Powertrain Engineering Inc.
|Intermediate Alcohol-Gasoline Blends, Fuels for Enabling Increased Engine Efficiency and Powertrain Possibilities
Derek Splitter, James Szybist, Oak Ridge National Lab.
|Impact of Blending Gasoline with Isobutanol Compared to Ethanol on Efficiency, Performance and Emissions of a Recreational Marine 4-Stroke Engine
Thomas Wallner, Andrew Ickes, Argonne National Lab.; Jeff Wasil, BRP US Inc.; James Sevik, Scott Miers, Michigan Technological Univ.
|Comparative Evaluation of Engine Control Strategy on Regulated Emissions and Nano-Particle Characteristics of LPG Direct Injection (LPDI) Vehicle During the Cold Start and the Hot Phases in the FTP-75 Cycle
Juwon Kim, JongShin Lee, SeungHyun Rew, Donghyeon Lee, Hyundai-autron; Cha-Lee Myung, Simsoo Park, Korea Univ.
|Regulated Emissions from Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Powered Vehicles
Robert L. Russell, Kent Johnson, Thomas Durbin, Nicole Davis, University of California; James Lents, Int. Sustainable Systems Research Center
|Factors Determining the Octane Number of Alkanes
Hiromitsu Ando, Yasuyuki Sakai, University of Fukui; Kazunari Kuwahara, Osaka Institute of Technology
|Novel Renewable Oxygenate Additive for SI Engines
Robert E. Fanick, Southwest Research Institute; Aviad Cahana, xf Technologies Inc.
The papers in this session are available in SAE Technical Paper Collection, SUB-TP-00010 and SUB-TP-00012, and also individually. To purchase visit collections.sae.org
Planned by Engine Combustion / Powertrain Fuels and Lubricants Activity