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Heavy-Duty, On- and Off-Highway Engines 2022

16-11-2022 – 17-11-2022 – Donaueschingen, Germany or virtually via live stream

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Program

Let yourself be inspired by top-class keynote speeches and trailblazing specialist presentations.

Use the breaks and the evening event for going into depth, taking part in discussions and making contacts away from “day-to-day business”.

Welcome and opening of the conference

Moderation

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Charge ATZ | MTZ Group, Springer Nature, Germany

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KEYNOTE LECTURES

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts
Director, Institute of Internal Combustion Engines (ivb), Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Keynote Speech

The power of water – how hydrogen will drive the energy transition to a CO2-neutral HD industry

Dr. Marco Warth
VP Product Development Engine Systems and Components, MAHLE GmbH, Germany

Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES

Keynote Speech

The role of hydrogen and its derivatives in the energy system and for future non-road machinery

Robert Szolak
Head of Dept. Thermochemical Processes, Div. Hydrogen Technologies, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Christopher Hebling, Dr. Achim Schaadt, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Germany; Bernd Danckert, ICCL Ltd., Cyprus

Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES

Keynote Speech

Green molecules – saving the combustion engine or saving the climate?

Dr. Markus Münz
Deputy Managing Director Engines and Systems, VDMA e. V., Germany

Coauthors: Peter Müller-Baum, VDMA e. V., Germany

Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES

Refreshment break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

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FUTURE FUEL ENGINES

Moderation

Dr. Michael Krüger
Senior Vice President Engineering Commercial and Off-Road Vehicles, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

The TCG 7.8 H2 – further development steps to realize a CO2-free powertrain for NRMM

Dr. Georg Töpfer
Coordinator of Advanced Engineering, DEUTZ AG, Germany

Coauthors: Benedikt Nork, Carsten Funke, Dr. Heiner Bülte, DEUTZ AG, Germany

Session: FUTURE FUEL ENGINES

The development of a 6-cylinder hydrogen engine for the off-highway market

Dr. Bouzid Seba
Predevelopment Senior Manager, Liebherr Machines Bulle SA, Switzerland

Coauthors: Ulrich Weiss, Liebherr Machines Bulle SA, Switzerland

Session: FUTURE FUEL ENGINES

Investigation of an ammonia-diesel dual-fuel combustion process on a single-cylinder research engine

Till Mante
Research Engineer, Chair of Piston Engines and Internal Combustion Engines (LKV), University of Rostock, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Sascha Prehn, Prof. Dr. Bert Buchholz, Chair of Piston Engines and Internal Combustion Engines (LKV), University of Rostock, Germany; Dr. Martin Theile, FVTR GmbH, Germany; Prof. Dr. Fabian Mauss, Dr. Lars Seidel, Laura Gonzales Mestre, LOGE Deutschland GmbH, Germany

Session: FUTURE FUEL ENGINES

Lunch in the exhibition area

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TESTING, COMBUSTION, AFTERTREATMENT

Moderation

Lisa Zimmermann
Chief Engineer Emission & Hydrogen, Senior Manager Advanced Engineering - Hot End & H2-ICE, Purem GmbH, Germany

H2 ICE DI multicylinder engine tests for thermo­dynamics and component development

Dr. Simon Schneider
Project Manager, Corporate Advanced Engineering Mechatronics, MAHLE International GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Christian Trabold, Dr. Roman Stiehl, Fabian Weller, Florian Mayer, MAHLE International GmbH, Germany

Session: TESTING, COMBUSTION, AFTERTREATMENT

Assessment of a direct-injection, spark-ignited, hydrogen-fueled heavy-duty engine

John Hughes
Ricardo Automotive & Industrial, United Kingdom

Coauthors: Trevor Downes, Agam Saroop, Angela Loiudice, Jackson Harvey-Bush, Nicholas Coles, Ricardo Automotive & Industrial, United Kingdom

Session: TESTING, COMBUSTION, AFTERTREATMENT

The Compact Catalytical Heater (CCH): engine-independent thermal management for HD EU-VII/EPA-27 with low impact on existing EATS architectures

Dr. Manuel Presti
Director Program Management Catalysts & Filters, Vitesco Technologies Emitec GmbH

Coauthors: Oswald Holz, Vitesco Technologies Emitec GmbH, Germany; Mathias Keck, Dennis Sailer, BIN Boysen Innovationszentrum Nagold GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Session: TESTING, COMBUSTION, AFTERTREATMENT

Refreshment break with coffee and tea in the exhibition area

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HYDROGEN COMPONENTS

Dr. Heiner Bülte
Head of Performance & Emissions, DEUTZ AG, Germany

Liebherr's approach to hydrogen fuel injection systems

Mario D'Onofrio
Head of Department, System Validation and Application, Liebherr-Machines Bulle SA, Switzerland

Coauthors: Giovanni Corbinelli, Liebherr Machines Bulle SA, Switzerland; Richard Pirkl, Dennis Herrmann, Liebherr-Components Deggendorf GmbH, Germany

Session: HYDROGEN COMPONENTS

Hydrogen dosing systems for large engines: challenges and potentials of three different approaches

Dr. Michael Willmann
Director Technology, Woodward L'Orange GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Enrico Bärow, Andreas Kühner, Rick Boom, Woodward L'Orange GmbH, Germany

Session: HYDROGEN COMPONENTS

Hydrogen storage technologies for mobile applications: challenges and outlook

Mathias Keck
Head of BIN, BIN Boysen Innovationszentrum Nagold GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Coauthors: Dirk Bessey, Frank Bühler, Dr. Manuel Faiss, BIN Boysen Innovationszentrum Nagold GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Session: HYDROGEN COMPONENTS

End of the first conference day

Alte Hofbibliothek

Networking dinner

Enjoy a pleasant evening and interesting conversations over dinner with colleagues and speakers.

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