PQD: Method to Assure Correct Operation of DEF Storage and Delivery System Including DEF Quality Verification 2017-01-0912
Automotive SCR systems for diesel NOx reduction are dimensioned to reduce NOx efficiently in all driving conditions.
In this regard the DEF storage and delivery system is developed to operate in a full range of temperatures, voltages, pressures, etc. To allow a control for optimal performance, sensors are added in the system (temperature, level, pressure sensor).
Recently, a DEF quality sensor has been added to assure the correct concentration of urea in water in the onboard DEF tank. Now the question is raised how to assure that the DEF quality sensor is operating correctly and is giving an accurate indication of the liquid in the tank.
The objective of this study is to define an independent method (PQD) to verify liquid quality, and challenge the signal generated by the DEF quality sensor.
This study describes a possible method and the progress on its validation in various automotive driving conditions.
Citation: Op de Beeck, J., Mccleary, S., Butler, J., Djemili, I. et al., "PQD: Method to Assure Correct Operation of DEF Storage and Delivery System Including DEF Quality Verification," SAE Technical Paper 2017-01-0912, 2017, https://doi.org/10.4271/2017-01-0912. Download Citation
Joel Op de Beeck, Scott Mccleary, Joshua Butler, Issam Djemili, Mihai Baja
Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy, Inergy Automotive, Plastic Omnium Advanced Innovation and Research