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Heavy-Duty, On- and Off-Highway Engines 2020

Cooperation partners

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SI engines

Moderation

Marc Ziegler
Deputy Editor-in-chief MTZ, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, Germany

HoLeGaMo research project: a high-performance natural gas engine for industrial applications

Benedikt Nork
Development Engineer Thermodynamics, DEUTZ AG, Germany

Coauthors: Ralph Kleuser, Marco Jung, Dr. Heiner Bülte, DEUTZ AG, Germany

Session: SI engines

A dedicated spark-ignition heavy-duty engine for multiple future fuels

Trevor Downes
Chief Engineer Engines & Emissions Controls, Ricardo Automotive & Industrial, United Kingdom

Andrew Auld
Ricardo Automotive & Industrial, United Kingdom

Coauthors: Philip Hopwood, Andre Barroso, Saso Jurak, Ricardo Automotive & Industrial, United Kingdom; Judith Bates, Ricardo Energy & Environment, United Kingdom

Session: SI engines

SI engines for alternative fuels – the trade-off between ignitability and spark plug wear

PhD Jakob Ängeby
Director Research, SEM AB, Sweden

Coauthors: Anders Johnsson, SEM AB, Sweden; Prof. Mattias Richter, Ruike Bi, Dept. of Combustion Physics, Lund Technical University, Sweden

Session: SI engines

Break for personal networking and visiting of the virtual trade exhibition

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Fuels / Injection

Moderation

Marc Ziegler
Deputy Editor-in-chief MTZ, Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, Germany

Engine tests for GTL and Hexanol blends with B5 applied to a EURO V engine

Prof. Dr. Gerald Ruß
Head of Engine Laboratory, Mechanical and Plastics Engineering/Internal Combustion Engines, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Coauthors: Sebastian Beck, Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, Germany; Prof. Dr. Gerhard Reiff, Gunther Wolf, KST-Motorenversuch GmbH & Co. KG, Germany; Roland Nipp, Herbert Schneider, Patrick Lüben, ISUZU Motors Germany GmbH, Germany

Session: Fuels / Injection

Further development of Liebherr LI1 injector with ITC (Injection Timing Control) function

François Masson
Head of Department Control and Calibration, Liebherr Machines Bulle SA, Switzerland

Coauthors: Norbert Schöfbänker, Liebherr-Components Deggendorf GmbH, Germany

Session: Fuels / Injection

Woodward L'Orange's new injector generation – an ideal platform for the combustion of e-fuels

Ingmar Berger
Woodward L'Orange GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Enrico Bärow, Woodward L'Orange GmbH, Germany

Session: Fuels / Injection

Impacts of e-fuels on injection, combustion, and emissions in a large diesel engine

Benjamin Stengel
Scientific Assistant, Chair of Piston Machines and Internal Combustion Engines (LKV), University of Rostock, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Bert Buchholz, Chair of Piston Machines and Internal Combustion Engines (LKV), University of Rostock, Germany; Erwin Swiderski, Dr. Fabian Pinkert, FVTR GmbH, Germany

Session: Fuels / Injection

Break for personal networking and visiting of the virtual trade exhibition

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Components / Methods

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts
Director, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Evaluation of the impact of the biodiesel blend on engine-out emissions using machine learning techniques

André Pelisser
Field Application Engineer, ETAS Inc., Brazil

Coauthors: Alexandre Massayuki Kawamoto, ETAS Inc., Brazil; Thorsten Huber, ETAS GmbH, Germany; Lucas Ferreira Amaral Massari, IAV do Brasil, Brazil

Session: Components / Methods

Automated turbocharger development for future engine generations at Daimler Truck AG

Dr. Matthias Abel
Development Engineer, Daimler AG, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Torsten Palenschat, Peter Wahl, Dr. Galin Nakov, Michael Benz, Börge Nielsen, Daimler Truck AG, Germany; Dr. Markus Müller, Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany

Session: Components / Methods

Break for personal networking and visiting of the virtual trade exhibition

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Emission technologies II

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts
Director, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Diesel Dynamic Skip Fire: simultaneous CO2 and NOx reductions

Dr. Hans-Josef Schiffgens
Business Development Executive, Tula Technology Inc., United States

Coauthors: R. Wang, K. Chen, Tula Technology Inc., United States

Session: Emission technologies II

Assessment of the catalyst state during real-life use

Nicolas Hummel
Research Assistant, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Session: Emission technologies II

Efficient commercial powertrains – achieving the European 2025 and 2030 HD on-road GHG reduction targets

Dieter van der Put
Vice President Commercial Powertrains, FEV Group GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Ferenc Aubeck, Institute for Combustion Engines (VKA), RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Dr. Martin Müther, Dr. Markus Schönen, Markus Ehrly, Dr. Joschka Schaub, Dr. Marius Walters, Dr. Lukas Virnich, Guiseppe Sammito, Luping Bi, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

Session: Emission technologies II

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Closing remarks

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ Group