While electrified powertrains are adaptable to many light- and medium-duty applications, internal combustion engines will continue to have a need in the heavy-duty sector. As such, alternative fuels, fuel economy, and carbon dioxide emissions will be key subjects covered in the SAE 2023 Heavy-Duty Diesel Sustainable Transport Symposium.
While this gathering will continue to focus on emission control strategies for internal combustion engines, there will be coverage on alternative powertrains such as those with batteries, fuel cells and possibly hydrogen. A session on life cycle analysis and recycling is also planned. It is recognized that allof these topics are very important to the OEM’s technical personnel and suppliers around the world working in this transitioning transportation sector. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn from and interact with experts from the global heavy-duty diesel powertrain industry who understand the current and future challenges upon them.
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