Future Gasoline Engine Technology and the Effect on Thermal Management and Real World Fuel Consumption 2013-01-0271
Emissions legislation, fleet CO₂ targets and customer demands
are driving the requirements for reducing fuel consumption. This is
being achieved in the gasoline market in the near term through the
adoption of engine downsizing.
In order to reduce fuel consumption further and in the wider
real-world operating region complimentary technologies are being
investigated and applied to an extreme downsized engine.
In this paper future gasoline engine technologies are applied
and experimentally assessed in terms of fuel consumption
improvement whilst the impact of subsequent loadings on the thermal
management system have been simulated, both over drive cycle and
using real-world drive data.
Citation: Miller, J., Taylor, J., Freeland, P., Warth, M. et al., "Future Gasoline Engine Technology and the Effect on Thermal Management and Real World Fuel Consumption," SAE Technical Paper 2013-01-0271, 2013, https://doi.org/10.4271/2013-01-0271. Download Citation
James Miller, James Taylor, Paul Freeland, Marco Warth, Rene Dingelstadt, Rolf Mueller
Mahle Powertrain, Ltd., Mahle International GmbH