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Beidl, Christian

Internationaler Motorenkongress 2016

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Table of contents

1. Keynote Lecture: Matter of character or pabulum? The role of IC engines in shaping next-generation powertrains
Nikolay Ardey, Geert Schmitz

2. Keynote Lecture: The challenge for fuels for the future
Wolfgang Warnecke

3. Keynote Lecture: Sustainable and increasingly efficient road transport for the next generations – continuous improvement through an integrated approach
Ron Borsboom

4. Passenger car and truck engines – a comparison from a thermodynamics point of view
Peter Eilts

5. 3-motor HEV powertrain for super sport
Hirokazu Toyoshima

6. Vehicle integration of a new engine concept for 48 Volts – opportunities for efficiency improvement and optimization of the overall system complexity
Helfried Sorger, Peter Schöggl, Wolfgang Schöffmann, Matthias Hütter, Thorsten Krenek, Gernot Fuckar, Jonathan Hood, Bernhard Graf

7. Heavily downsized gasoline demonstrator
Benjamin Hibberd, Mike Bassett, Jonathan Hall, Stephen Borman

8. Extreme downsizing for gasoline engines – fun to drive with extremely low emissions
Tolga Uhlmann, Henning Baumgarten, Björn Franzke, Johannes Scharf, Matthias Thewes, Georg Birmes

9. Potential of air gap motors to realize electrically assisted turbocharging, Cross-Charger® – turbo by wire
Holger Gödeke, Ernst Knorpp, Christian Köster, Kurt Prevedel

10. Influencing factors on particle formation under real driving conditions
Christian Lensch-Franzen, Marcus Gohl, Tobias Mink, Martin Schäfer

11. System influence and requirements for monitoring diesel particulate filters without particulate matter sensors
Holger Pieta, Matthias Kötter, Markus Netterscheid, Bernd Lindemann

12. Technologies for (pilot) injection quantity control in modern common rail diesel engines
Johannes Ullrich, Roland Steininger, Viktor Boschmann, Bernd Friedrichs

13. Effect of diesel injector tip deposits on transient spray behavior
Roger Cracknell, R. Wardle, R. Pos, L. Ganippa

14. Concept for lower raw engine emission covering full engine map operation
Mike Lau, Ramita Suteekarn, Torsten Tietze, Marcel Pannwitz, Guido Lautrich

15. Simulation-based RNT measurements for oil supply optimization at the connecting rod bearing
Norman Fuhrmann, Arndt Döhler, Jörg Schäfer, Winfried Krebs, Dustin Schliemann, Achim Königstein

16. Dynamics and friction of a rolling bearing crankshaft – method and calculation
Frank Schlerege, Christoph Brands, Carsten Weber, Urban Morawitz

17. Wear behavior of engine components affected by soot
Jens Jörns, Andreas Jäger, Wolfgang Optatzy, Bernhard Kehrwald

18. Passenger car diesel engine for 2020 / 25 – synthesis of classical attributes and novel high-tech innovations
Bernd Lindemann, Christoph Szasz, Joschka Schaub, Franz-Gerd Hermsen, Malte Berning

19. Thermodynamic consideration of the Miller cycle on the basis of simulation and measurements
Eberhard Schutting, Ortwin Dumböck, Thomas Kraxner, Helmut Eichlseder

20. Assessment of efficient powertrain concepts in real driving conditions
Heinz Petutschnig, C. Priestner, M. Tizianel, B. Thonhauser, D. Horvat, A. Ennemoser

21. Thermal management in vehicle integration
T. Müller, M. Reichenbach, M. Selinger

22. Experimental studies on spark stability in an optical combustion vessel under flowing conditions
Andreas Schneider, Philippe Leick, Alexander Hettinger, Hermann Rottengruber

23. 3D CFD simulation of the spark ignition process under the consideration of spark channel deflection, diffusion effects, curvature and detailed chemical kinetics
Lukas Schäfer, Dirk Linse, Bodo Durst, Christian Hasse

24. Investigation of flame development applying optical metrology in a highly boosted SIDI performance engine for the sports car market
Fabian Titus, Ulrich Spicher, Francesco Pulvirenti, Stefano Paltrinieri, Ruggero Cevolani, Jens Hadler

25. Optimization of the piston assembly friction
Stefan Graf, Fabian Ruch, Richard Mittler, Georg Wachtmeister

26. A novel approach for valve train reduction
Duraiarasan Saravanan, R. Govindarajan

27. Advanced model-based diagnosis of internal combustion engines
Rolf Isermann

28. Control of predefined diesel combustion processes by a burn-rate model
Reza Rezaei, Enrico Neumann, Maximilian Brauer, Christopher Severin

29. The future of RDE
Christof Gietzelt

30. Current and future challenges in the field of powertrains
Jens Hadler

31. Energy supply for vehicles – can it be regenerative?
Lars Mönch, Martin Lange

32. Review of combustion engine efficiency improvements and the role of e-fuels
Heiko Maas, Andreas Schamel, Carsten Weber, Ulrich Kramer

33. Alternative fuels in the well-to-wheel debate
Patrick R. Schmidt, Kurt Kirsten, Jens Hadler

34. Synthetic fuels from biomass: Potentials and viability
Jörg Sauer, Ulrich Arnold, Nicolaus Dahmen

35. The sun in the tank? Possibilities and limitations of MtG technology from the chemical perspective
Martin Bertau, Ludolf Plass, Konstantin Räuchle, Michael Kraft

36. Electric mobility with hydrogen – quiet, efficient and with zero emissions
Birgit Scheppat

37. Production of methanol and oxymethylene on an industrial scale
Torsten Buddenberg, Christian Bergins, Wolfgang Maus, K. C. Tran

38. Novel methods of synthesis for diesel fuel OME
Eberhard Jacob, Wolfgang Maus

39. Contribution of fuels towards reducing CO2 emissions in traffic
Thomas Garbe, Jörn Kahrstedt, Martin Hönig, Tina Erler

40. The new Mercedes-Benz EU VI medium-duty CNG engine in bus operation
Gerhard Urmann

41. Oxymethylene ether (OME1) as a synthetic low-emission fuel for DI diesel engines
Markus Münz, Alexander Feiling, Christian Beidl, Martin Härtl, Dominik Pélerin, Georg Wachtmeister

42. Powertrain mixture 2030 – influencing factors and outlook
Thomas Schlick, Wolfgang Bernhart, Markus Baum

43. Future HD vehicle requirements due to legislation and effects on CO2 and air quality
Stefan Hausberger, Martin Rexeis, Antonius Kies, Konstantin Weller, Gérard Silberholz

44. Experimental studies of dual-fuel combustion modes for heavy-duty application
Klaus Dieter Barnstedt, Peter Grabner, Helmut Eichlseder

45. Progress in the development of natural gas high pressure direct injection for Euro VI heavy-duty trucks
Patric Ouelette, Dale Goudie, Gordon McTaggart-Cowan

46. Reduction of in-cylinder emissions on a dual-fuel engine
Steve Whelan, Hoi Ching Wong, Ian May, Alasdair Cairns

47. Safeguarding the reliability of natural gas engines for commercial vehicles
Thomas Rinkens, Christoph Biwer, José Geiger

48. Controllable cooling system for heavy-duty commercial vehicles
Eberhard Pantow, David Haar, Andreas Kleber, Matthias Banzhaf

49. Safety concept for a HD on-road waste heat recovery
Fabio Cococcetta, Michael Glensvig, Peter Krähenbühl, Ivan Calaon

50. Electrically assisted turbocharging in long-haul truck application
Hans Felix Seitz, B. Blankenbach, P. Gratzl, H. Schreier, H. Theissl, G. Wagner

51. Potential of the SCRF® concept for future legislation
Gudmund Smedler, O. Sonntag, P. Marsh, M. Decker

52. New combustion system meeting Tier 3 emission standards for emerging markets
Heiner Bülte, Hartmut Sieverding, Markus Schwaderlapp

53. Validation of a 4-cylinder engine concept for heavy-duty vehicles with a parameterized model
Peter Methfessel, Katharina Eichler, Thomas Ebert, Michael Neitz

54. Challenges in the development of high performance engines for the off-highway sector
Markus Schwaderlapp, Manfred Pister, Jürgen Darscheidt, Thomas Hoen

55. Robustness-related development of MAN’s D38 heavy-duty engine
Thomas Leitel, Ulrich Wiebicke, Ulrich Boehme, Florian Kraft

56. Powertrain technology for commercial vehicles – a look beyond 2020
Thomas Lengenfelder, Rudolf Maier, Michael Krüger, Christian Barba, Secil Konus, Alexander Schulte

Keywords: Engineering, Engine Technology, Automotive Engineering

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
de
Edition
1
Series
Proceedings
Category
Technology, Energy, Traffic
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783658129187
Printed ISBN
978-3-658-12917-0

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