Predictable and unpredictable forces will change the direction of the charge-air systems industry.
The driver of diesel engine development will be the stringent emissions regulations of the 1990s. The drivers in the gasoline engine market will be improved fuel economy, performance, durability and emissions.
Forces will also influence the charge-air marketplace, including changes in emission standards, national fiscal policies, political issues, fuel prices, alternate fuels and consumer tastes.
The world community mandate for engines that are clean, quiet, durable and fuel efficient will be satisfied, increasingly, by first-tier component suppliers developing integrated systems solutions.
4th International Pacific Conference on Automotive Engineering
Environmental regulations and standards
Diesel / compression ignition engines
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