INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES: PERFORMANCE, FUEL ECONOMY AND EMISSIONS. Combustion Engines and Fuels Group Conference EARLY AND GROUP BOOKING DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE 27-28 November 2013 London www.imeche.org/events/C1370 WHY YOU SHOULD BE THERE These are exciting and challenging times for engineers working in the field of IC engines. We must reduce both CO2 emissions and the dependence on oil-derivate fossil fuels whilst facing a future of more stringent constraints on gaseous and particulate material emissions, set by EU, North American and Japanese regulations. The internal combustion engine is produced in tens of millions per year as the power unit of choice in transport and other sectors. It continues to meet both requirements and challenges through continual technology advancement and innovation from the latest research. Downsizing in particular can lead to improved performance and fuel economy benefits. This popular international conference from the Institution provides a forum for IC engine experts looking closely at developments for personal transport applications, though many of the drivers of change apply across light and heavy duty, on and off highway, transport and other sectors. Join keynote speakers from Ford Motor Company, Jaguar Land Rover and Caterpillar, as well as researchers from industry and academia, to analyse how technology developments will enhance performance and shape the next generation of design. BENEFITS OF ATTENDANCE: • Explore the latest developments in compression and spark ignition engines for light and heavy-duty applications, automotive and other markets • Discuss the challenges and responses to the introduction of low-carbon alternative fuels • Learn about unconventional designs, operating strategies and data comparisons • Explore strategies to reduce pollutant formation and advances in after-treatment • Consider internal combustion engines for hybrid powertrains WHEN 27-28 November WHERE One Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London SW1H 9JJ BOOK ONLINE www.imeche.org/events/C1370 SUPPORTING ORGANISATIONS SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES GET INVOLVED Attending this event as either an exhibitor or sponsor will give you the opportunity to display your solutions, services and products to the right people at the right time. This is an excellent way to enhance your company profile and communicate effectively to your target audience. BENEFITS OF SPONSORING • Showcase new products • Raise awareness of your operation • Improve perception of your brand • Influence other organisations’ spending plans For sponsorship and exhibition enquiries, please contact Aman Duggal on +44 (0)20 7973 1309 or [email protected] SPEAKERS AND CONTRIBUTORS PROGRAMME DAY 1 ANDREW FRASER MANAGER – GASOLINE POWERTRAIN DEVELOPMENT, FORD MOTOR COMPANY Andrew is responsible for developing Ford’s small engine ranges, including the recent Ecoboost series. These engines are used in global markets in a wide range of vehicle applications. Andrew has worked for Ford in a wide range of powertrain related functions for over 20 years. STEVE FAULKNER STRATEGY MANAGER, RESEARCH & ADVANCED ENGINEERING, CATERPILLAR Steve’s external responsibilities include being a member of the ETI’s Technical Committee as well as a member of the AutoCouncil Technology Group. DR GÜNTER FRAIDL SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, POWERTRAIN SYSTEMS PASSENGER CARS, AVL LIST Günter joined AVL in 1987 and has held a variety of positions. He currently has worldwide responsibility for Powertrain Systems Passenger Cars. Günter has a PhD in ‘Mixture Formation with Gasoline Manifold Injection’ and studied at the University of Technology in Vienna. 9:00 REGISTRATION 9:30 CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION SESSION 1 9:40 GASOLINE ENGINES, CHAIRED BY PAUL SHAYLER, UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM 10:10 SESSION 2 GASOLINE ENGINES 2, CHAIRED BY HUA ZHAO, BRUNEL UNIVERSITY SESSION 3 CHAIR: ROY HORROCKS, FORD MOTOR COMPANY DIRECTOR OF HYBRIDS AND ELECTRIFICATION, JAGUAR LAND ROVER Peter has 38 years of experience in the automobile industry, mainly in component and system development, chassis engineering and vehicle programmes. At JLR, he is responsible for the strategy and delivery of electrification of the full range of vehicles. KEYNOTE: DOWNSIZING – FUTURE CHALLENGES Andrew Fraser, Manager – Gasoline Powertrain Development, Ford Motor Company, UK ULTRA BOOST FOR ECONOMY: REALISING A 60% DOWNSIZED ENGINE CONCEPT JWG Turner, A Popplewell and S Richardson, Powertrain Research, Jaguar Land Rover, UK AG Lewis, S Akehurst and CJ Brace, University of Bath, UK SW Bredda, GE Precision Engineering, UK 10:30 INVITED SPEAKER: THE NEW 2.0L TURBO ENGINE FROM THE MERCEDES BENZ 4 CYLINDER FAMILY Guido Vent, Daimler, Germany 11:00 Q&A 11:20 REFRESHMENTS 11:50 FUTURE BOOSTING TECHNOLOGIES FOR HIGHLY DOWNSIZED LOW CARBON VEHICLES Ricardo F Martinez-Botas, Imperial College London, UK 12:10 PART-LOAD PERFORMANCE AND EMISSIONS ANALYSIS OF SI COMBUSTION WITH EIVC AND THROTTLED OPERATIONS AND CAI COMBUSTION M Ojapah, Y Zhang and H Zhao, Centre for Advanced Powertrain and Fuels, School of Engineering and Design, Brunel University, UK 12:30 AN OPTICAL INVESTIGATION OF A COLD-START DISI ENGINE START-UP STRATEGY P Efthymiou, M H Davy, C P Garner, G K Hargrave, J E T Rimmer, Loughborough University, UK; D Richardson, J Harris, Jaguar Land Rover, UK 12:50 Q&A 13:00 LUNCH 14:00 15:00 KEYNOTE: THE CHALLENGE OF ELECTRIFICATION FOR FUEL ECONOMY AND CO2 IMPROVEMENTS Peter Richings, Director of Hybrids and Electrification, Jaguar Land Rover, UK INVITED SPEAKER: FUTURE TRENDS WITH PASSENGER CAR POWERTRAINS Günter Fraidl, AVL List, Austria Q&A 15:10 REFRESHMENTS 14:30 SESSION 4 15:40 REAL WORLD EMISSIONS ASSESSMENT, CHAIR: MARTYN TWIGG, CONSULTANT EMISSIONS FROM EURO 3 TO EURO 6 LIGHT-DUTY VEHICLES EQUIPPED WITH A RANGE OF EMISSIONS CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES J May, C Favre and D Bosteels, Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst, Belgium 16:00 ENGINE EMISSIONS MEASUREMENTS FROM PASSENGER CARS AT TWO DIFFERENT LOCATIONS WITHIN THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF ANTWERP IN BELGIUM AND FURTHER STATISTICAL ANALYSIS D Savvidis, K Bounos and B Sochacki, Faculty of Applied Engineering, University of Antwerp, Belgium C Ioakimidis, University of Deusto, Spain ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF VEHICLE USAGE PATTERN ON THE OPTIMUM RANGE EXTENDER DRIVE-LINE CONFIGURATION FOR A COMPACT-CLASS PASSENGER CAR M D Bassett, J Hall and M Warth, MAHLE Powertrain, UK Q&A CLOSE 16:20 PETER RICHINGS WEDNESDAY 27/11 16:40 17:00 18:00 CONFERENCE NETWORKING RECEPTION, SUPREME COURT, LONDON Hosted at the home of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in the heart of historic Parliament Square, don’t miss the conference drinks reception. This is your opportunity to meet and network with your peers from across the world, reflect on the content of the first day and enjoy unique views of famous landmarks such as Westminster Abbey, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. You also have the chance to explore the Grade II-listed gothic-style building with a guided tour. Please indicate your registration on the booking form. A nominal charge is required. PROGRAMME (CONTINUED) DAY 2 SESSION 5 9:10 COMPRESSION IGNITION ENGINES, CHAIR: FRANK ATZLER, CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVE 9:40 The committee would like to thank the following supporters: Automobile Division Find out more about our speakers at www.imeche.org/events/C1370 • This programme is subject to change. • The Institution is not responsible for the views or opinions expressed by individual speakers. KEYNOTE: PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE OFF-HIGHWAY MACHINE SECTOR Steve Faulkner, Division Manager – Applied Research Europe, Caterpillar, UK BENEFITS OF CYLINDER DEACTIVATION ON A DIESEL ENGINE AND RESTRICTIONS DUE TO LOW BOOST J-P Zammit, M McGhee, PJ Shayler, University of Nottingham, UK; I Pegg, Ford Motor Company, UK 10:00 Q&A 10:20 REFRESHMENTS SESSION 6 10:50 FUELS, CHAIR: BRIAN COOPER, JAGUAR LAND ROVER Organising Committee: Prof Paul Shayler – Chair University of Nottingham Dr Frank Atzler Continental Automotive Professor Choongsik Bae KAIST Hugh Blaxill MAHLE Powertrain Brian Cooper Jaguar Land Rover Professor Colin Garner Loughborough University Dr Roy Horrocks Ford Motor Company Dr Mike Richardson Jaguar Land Rover Dr Martin Twigg Consultant Steve Whelan Clean Air Power Dr Matthias Wellers AVL Powertrain Professor Hua Zhao Brunel University THURSDAY 28/11 DUAL-FUEL HEAVY DUTY ENGINES DRIVE THE DASH FOR NATURAL GAS S Whelan, Clean Air Power, UK 11:10 HIGH EFFICIENCY AND LOW EMISSION NATURAL GAS ENGINES FOR HEAVY DUTY VEHICLES M E Dunn, G McTaggart-Cowan, J Saunders, Westport, Canada 11:30 MEETING THE CHALLENGES ASSOCIATED WITH LOW-CARBON ALTERNATIVE FUELS THROUGH ADVANCED CAE TECHNOLOGIES AJ Smallbone, KM Banton, AN Bhave, J Akroyd and MD Hillman, cmcl innovations, UK RCR Riehl and M Kraft, University of Cambridge, UK NM Morgan, Shell Global Solutions, UK 11:50 LAMINAR BURNING VELOCITY AS A FUEL CHARACTERISTIC: IMPACT ON VEHICLE PERFORMANCE R Cracknell, B Head, S Remmert and Y Wu, Shell Global Solutions, UK A Prakash, Shell Global Solutions, US M Luebbers, Shell Global Solutions, Germany 12:10 Q&A 12:30 LUNCH 13:30 SESSION 7 FUELS, COMBUSTION AND SPARK IGNITION ENGINES, CHAIR: 13:50 STEVE WHELAN, CLEAN AIR POWER LTD 14:50 EXPANDING APPLICATIONS OF TRACER-BASED TWO-LINE PLIF TECHNIQUE FOR COMBUSTION MEASUREMENTS M Anbari Attar, H Zhao and MR Herfatmanesh, Centre for Advanced Powertrain and Fuels Research, Brunel University, UK LEAN BOOST CAI COMBUSTION IN A TWO-STROKE POPPET VALVE GDI ENGINE Y Zhang and H Zhao, Centre for Advanced Powertrain and Fuels, Brunel University, UK STRATIFIED COMBUSTION PROCESS AND PM FORMATION CHARACTERISTIC IN A DISI ENGINE USING NATURAL FLAME LUMINOSITY VISUALISATION H Oh, J Jung and C Bae, Depart. of Mechanical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Republic of Korea B Johansson, Division of Combustion Engines, Department of Energy Sciences, Lund University, Sweden PARTICULATE MATTER EMISSIONS FROM GASOLINE DIRECT INJECTION SPARK IGNITION ENGINES F Leach, R Stone, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford D Fennell, D Hayden, D Richardson, N Wicks, Powertrain Research, Jaguar Land Rover Q&A 15:10 REFRESHMENTS 14:10 14:30 SESSION 8 15:30 AFTERTREATMENT OPTIONS, DESIGN AND CONTROL, CHAIR: MIKE RICHARDSON, JAGUAR LAND 15:50 ROVER 16:10 16:30 16:50 17:00 ADVANCED, COMBINED EXHAUST AFTER-TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR LIGHT-DUTY DIESEL ENGINES TO MEET EMISSION REGULATIONS T Körfer, T Schnorbus, B Holderbaum and T Wittka, Business Unit Passenger Car Diesel Engine, FEV, Germany ADVANCED, INTEGRATED EXHAUST AFTER-TREATMENT SYSTEMS – MECHANISMS OF NOx EMISSIONS CONTROL M V Twigg, Caxton, Cambridge, UK GASOLINE DI PARTICULATE EMISSIONS CONTROL AT STAGE 6C P Rounce, Ford Motor Company, UK Q&A CLOSING REMARKS CLOSE FORWARD THINKING We are the market leader among professional engineering bodies. 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