August 20-24, 2006

Detroit, Michigan

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Plenary Session 1: A View from the Bridge

Concurrent Technical Session 3: Diesel Engine Development

Technical Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 1

Concurrent Technical Session 4: Fuels, Lubricants, and Health Impacts

Presentation Poster Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Diesel Engine Development, Emission Control Technologies, Fuels and Lubricants, Health Impacts, and Waste Heat Recovery

Concurrent Technical Session 5: Emission Control Technologies, Part 2

Plenary Session 2: Accelerating Light-Duty Diesel Sales in the U.S. Market

Concurrent Technical Session 6: Waste Heat Recovery

Technical Session 2: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1

Concurrent Technical Session 7: Emission Control Technologies, Part 3

Presentation Poster Session 2: Emission Control Technologies

Concurrent Technical Session 8: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 2

Plenary Session 3: New Feedstocks and Replacement Fuels

 

 

Plenary Session 1: "A View from the Bridge" - Panel Discussion
Moderator: Edward J. Wall, U.S. Department of Energy
The View from the BridgeJohn K. AmdallDirector of Engine Research and Development, Caterpillar(PDF 2.6 MB)
Light-duty Diesels: Clean Enough?Tom CacketteChief Deputy Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board(PDF 249 KB)
Light Duty Diesels in North America: A Huge OpportunityGerhard SchmidtVice-President for Research and Advanced Engineerng, Ford Motor Company(PDF 6.4 MB)
A View from the BridgeMichael WalshEnvironmental Consultant(PDF 884 KB)
A View from the BridgeAlan WeverstadExecutive Director Environment and Energy, General Motors(PDF 10.3 MB)
Bringing the Low NOx Diesel Under ControlJohn PinsonCI Engine Systems Group Manager, GM Research(PDF 863 KB)
Technical Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 1
Chair: Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy
Heavy-Duty HCCI Development Activities at CaterpillarKevin DuffyCaterpillar Inc.(PDF 33.1 MB)
Low-Temperature Combustion for High-Efficiency, Ultra-Low Emission EnginesDennis AssanisUniversity of Michigan(PDF 2.1 MB)
Evaluation of High-Efficiency Clean Combustion (HECC) Strategies for Meeting Future Emissions Regulations in Light-Duty Diesel EnginesRobert M. WagnerOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 520 KB)
Visualization of Unburned Hydrocarbon Emissions for Low-Temperature Diesel Engine CombustionMark P.B. MusculusSandia National Laboratory(PDF 9.8 MB)
Review of HCCI Engine DevelopmentThomas W. Ryan IIISouthwest Research Institute(PDF 2.0 MB)
Application of a Diesel Fuel Reformer for Tier 2 Bin 5 EmissionsJoseph V. BonadiesDelphi Corporation(PDF 749 KB)
Presentation Poster Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Diesel Engine Development, Emission Control Technologies, Fuels and Lubricants, Health Impacts, and Waste Heat Recovery
Co-Chairs: James Eberhardt, U.S. Department of Energy and Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory
A Hydrogen Injection System Driven by Exhaust Powered Thermoelectric GeneratorJohn C. BassHi-Z Technology, Inc.(PDF 328 KB)
Cetane Performance and Chemistry Comparing Conventional Fuels and Fuels Derived from Heavy Crude SourcesBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 406 KB)
Assessment of Environmental Impacts of Shell GTL FuelR.A. CherrilloShell Global Solutions(PDF 316 KB)
Low-Temperature Combustion with Thermo-Chemical Recuperation to Maximize In-Use Energy EfficiencyNigel N. ClarkWest Virginia University(PDF 105 KB)
Application Experience with a Combined SCR and DPF Technology for Heavy-Duty Diesel RetrofitRay ConwayJohnson Matthey Environmental Catalysts & Technologies(PDF 287 KB)
A Soot Formation Model Based on Surface ChemistryJohn M. DeurReaction Design(PDF 88 KB)
Impact of Low-Friction Surface Treatments on Engine EfficiencyGeorge FenskeArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 1.7 MB)
Which Idling Reduction System(s) Will be Most Economical for Truck Owners?Linda GainesArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 542 KB)
Emissions Benefits and Hardware Developments in the Use of Ethanol and Diesel Fuel BlendsBenjamin KaufmanO2Diesel, Inc.(PDF 165 KB)
The Health Impacts Program of the DOE Office of FreedomCAR and Vehicle TechnologiesDouglas R. LawsonNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 333 KB)
Experimental Validation of a Bifurcated LNT System with By-Pass RegenerationShawn Midlam-MohlerOhio State University 
Catalysis by Design - Theoretical and Experimental Studies of Model Catalysts for Lean NOx TreatmentC.K. NarulaOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 278 KB)
Freight Transportation Shifts Toward and Within Trucking: Impacts on Long-Term and Recent Highway Diesel Fuel ConsumptionDanilo J. SantiniArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 673 KB)
Effects of Using Synthetically-Derived Fuels on the U.S. Military Tactical FleetHeather McKeeU.S. Army RDECOM-TARDEC(PDF 205 KB)
Technology Required for a 10% Efficiency Improvement in an Over-the-Road Diesel-Powered System by the Application of Advanced Thermoelectrics Implemented in a Hybrid ConfigurationHarold SchockMichigan State University(PDF 105 KB)
Fuel Effects on Ignition and Their Impact on Advanced Combustion EnginesJoshua D. TaylorNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 365 KB)
Plenary Session 2: "Accelerating Light-Duty Diesel Sales in the U.S. Market " - Panel Discussion
Moderator: Allen Schaeffer, Diesel Technology Forum
Diesel Technology - Challenges & OpportunitiesMichael PotterGeneral Motors(PDF 2.7 MB)
BLUETEC - Heading for 50 State DieselSimon GodwinDaimlerChrysler(PDF 2.0 MB)
BMW Diesel Engines - Dynamic, Efficient and CleanWolfgang MattesBMW(PDF 5.1 MB)
Why Light Duty Diesels Make Sense in the North American MarketKevin McMahonMartec Group(PDF 638 KB)
Accelerating Light-Duty Diesel Sales in the U.S. MarketKlaus-Peter SchindlerVolkswagen(PDF 687 KB)
Light-Duty Diesels in the U.S.Karl SimonEPA(PDF 609 KB)
Caterpillar Diesel Racing Yesterday and TodayKevin BruchDirector of Engine Research, Caterpillar(PDF 189.6 MB)
Clean Technology for Diesel ExpansionYasuyuki SandoSenior Manager, Honda R&D Co., Ltd.(PDF 1.1 MB)
Technical Session 2: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1
Chair: Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy
Diesel Emission Technology in ReviewTim JohnsonCorning Inc.(PDF 1.3 MB)
Electrostatic Neutralization: A Key to Repeatable PM Filter WeighingRichard E. ChaseFord Motor Company(PDF 575 KB)
Intra-Catalyst Reductant Chemistry and NOx Conversion of Diesel Lean NOx Traps at Various Stages of Sulfur LoadingJames E. Parks IIOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 656 KB)
Hybrid LNT/SCR NOx Aftertreatment System for On-Highway Heavy-Duty Diesel EnginesHaoran HuEaton Corporation(PDF 849 KB)
NOx Measurement Errors in Ammonia-Containing ExhaustJohn HoardFord Motor Company(PDF 510 KB)
California's Efforts for Advancing Ultrafine Particle Number Measurements for Clean Diesel ExhaustTao HuaiCalifornia Air Resources Board(PDF 792 KB)
Presentation Poster Session 2: Emission Control Technologies
On-Board In-Use Sensitivity Study of an Electrical Aerosol Detector (EAD) and Condensation Particle Counter (CPC) for Second by Second Diesel PM MeasurementsRobert C. AndersonTSI Inc.(PDF 182 KB)
The Development of A Small Engine-Based Accelerated Ash Loading Protocol and Application to a New Substrate MaterialBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 372 KB)
The Extengine® ADEC II SystemRichard CarlsonExtengine(PDF 89 KB)
Transient Dynamometer Testing of a Single Leg NOx Adsorber Combined with a Fuel Processor for Enhanced NOx ControlR. Dalla BettaCatalytica Energy Systems, Inc.(PDF 331 KB)
Testing an Active Diesel Particulate Filter on a 2-Cycle Marine EngineFrank S. DePetrilloRYPOS(PDF 185 KB)
Stabilization of Soot in the Single ChannelHeather DillonPacific Northwest National Laboratory(PDF 256 KB)
Impact of External Heat-Shielding Techniques on Shell Surface Temperature and Dynamic Shell Thermal Deformation of Diesel Engine Emission Control SystemsRuss Hornback3M Automotive(PDF 161 KB)
Development and Field Evaluation of an Actively Regenerating DPF System for Retrofit ApplicationsAjay JoshiJohnson Matthey(PDF 189 KB)
Simulation of Diesel Particulate Filters Using STAR-CDAlan MuellerCD-adapco(PDF 333 KB)
Progress with a Ceramic Fiber Diesel Particulate FilterRichard D. NixdorfIndustrial Ceramic Solutions, LLC(PDF 585 KB)
Wiremesh Substrates for Enhanced Particulate Oxidation and Efficient Urea SCR NOx Reduction SystemsSivanandi RajaduraiACS Industries Inc.(PDF 117 KB)
Optimized SCR SystemM. RiceEmitec(PDF 228 KB)
Emissions Performance of Diesel Particulate Filter Systems for Heavy-Duty Off-Highway ApplicationsBrent RubeliNatural Resources Canada(PDF 637 KB)
Detailed Characterization of Lubricant-Derived Ash-Related Species in Diesel Exhaust and Aftertreatment SystemsAlexander G. SappokMassachusetts Institute of Technology(PDF 161 KB)
NO Oxidation in Emissions Testing Sample BagsSandip D. ShahFord Motor Company(PDF 107 KB)
SCReaming for Low NOx: Development of Selective Catalytic Reduction for the Light-Duty MarketMike TraverIAV Automotive Engineering, Inc.(PDF 261 KB)
SCR Systems for Heavy-Duty Trucks: Results of Development for Series Production Meeting Euro 4/5 Emissions StandardsThomas WilhelmPurem North America(PDF 225 KB)
Plenary Session 3: "New Feedstocks and Replacement Fuels" - Panel Discussion
Moderator: Stephen Goguen, U.S. Department of Energy
New Diesel Feedstocks and Future FuelsLoren K. BeardDaimlerChrysler Corporation(PDF 120 KB)
Systems Approach to New Transportation FuelsNorman BrinkmanGeneral Motors(PDF 512 KB)
Advanced Fuels in HDV ApplicationsNigel ClarkWest Virginia University(PDF 492 KB)
Testing Synthetic Fuels for Use in U.S. Army Ground VehiclesHerb DobbsTACOM(PDF 571 KB)
Oil Sands FeedstocksCraig FairbridgeNational Centre for Upgrading Technology(PDF 1.9 MB)
Diesel Engine ChallengesBrien FultonFord Motor Company(PDF 960 KB)
Liquid Fuels from BiomassRobert McCormickNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 1.3 MB)
Future Energy for MobilityJames SimnickBP(PDF 543 KB)
New Markets, New ChallengesTina VujovichVP, Marketing and Environmental Policy, Cummins, Inc. 
Concurrent Technical Session 3: Diesel Engine Development
Chair: Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy
Heavy-Duty Engine Technology for High Thermal Efficiency at EPA 2010 Emissions RegulationsRakesh AnejaDetroit Diesel Corporation(PDF 1.6 MB)
50% Brake Thermal Efficiency Achieved at 2010 EmissionsChristopher R. NelsonCummins Inc.(PDF 953 KB)
Demonstration of a 50% Thermal Efficient Diesel EngineD.M. MilamCaterpillar Inc.(PDF 21.4 MB)
Multicylinder Diesel Engine Design for HCCI OperationWilliam de OjedaInternational Truck and Engine Corp.(PDF 846 KB)
Stoichiometric Compression Ignition Engine ConceptRichard WinsorJohn Deere(PDF 370 KB)
Integration of Control System Components for Optimum Engine ResponseCraig SavonenDetroit Diesel Corporation(PDF 1.0 MB)
Effect of Biodiesel Blends on Diesel Particulate Filter PerformanceAaron WilliamsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 558 KB)
Engine System Approach to Exhaust Energy RecoveryR.W. KruiswykCaterpillar Inc.(PDF 1.9 MB)
Spray Structure Measured with X-Ray RadiographyAlan L. KastengrenArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 17.9 KB)
Concurrent Technical Session 4: Fuels, Lubricants, and Health Impacts
Chair: Kevin Stork, U.S. Department of Energy
Current Status of ULSD and Future Light-Duty ImplicationsMichael LeisterMarathon Petroleum(PDF 237 KB)
Distributing Urea to the On-Road Vehicle MarketMichael D. JacksonTIAX LLC(PDF 583 KB)
100,000-Mile Evaluation of Transit Buses Operated on Biodiesel Blends (B20)Robb BarnittNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 576 KB)
Correlations between Metallic Lubricant Additive Species in the Ring Pack and Ash Emissions and Their Dependence on Crankcase Oil PropertiesSimon A.G. WatsonMassachusetts Institute of Technology(PDF 743 KB)
The Potential of GTL Diesel to Meet Future Exhaust Emission LimitsPaul SchabergSasol Technology(PDF 903 KB)
After PetroleumJames J. EberhardtU.S. Department of Energy(PDF 1.6 MB)
An Assessment of the Evidence for the Carcinogenic Potential of Diesel ExhaustWilliam B. BunnInternational Truck and Engine Corp.(PDF 85 KB)
Pulmonary and Systemic Immune Response to Inhaled Oil CondensatesJacob McDonaldLovelace Respiratory Research Institute(PDF 314 KB)
In Vitro Mutagenic and DNA and Chromosomal Damage Activity by Surfactant Dispersion or Solvent Extract of a Reference Diesel Exhaust Particulate MaterialWilliam WallaceU.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(PDF 1.6 MB)
Concurrent Technical Session 5: Emission Control Technologies, Part 2
Chair: Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy
Urea SCR and DPF System for a Tier 2 Diesel Light-Duty TruckChristine LambertFord Motor Company(PDF 461 KB)
Injection System and Engine Strategies for Advanced Emission StandardsMarcus ParcheRobert Bosch(PDF 286 KB)
Modeling the Regeneration Chemistry of Lean NOx TrapsRichard S. LarsonSandia National Laboratories(PDF 638 KB)
Investigation of DPF System Size Reduction by Vehicle TestingFrank MaoDow Automotive(PDF 2.1 MB)
Improved Lifetime Pressure-Drop Management for DuraTrap® RC Filters with Asymmetric Cell Technology (ACT)Krishna AravelliCorning Inc.(PDF 1.7 MB)
Transmural Catalysis — High-Efficiency Catalysts for NOx Adsorbers and SCRChris AtkinsonPandora Energy Technologies LLC(PDF 328 KB)
Thermal Enhancer — Airless Exhaust Thermal Management DeviceAdam CokerArvinMeritor(PDF 1.8 MB)
Experimental Diesel Particulate Filter Capabilities at PNNLTom GallantPacific Northwest National Laboratory(PDF 1.8 MB)
NOx Remediation on Heavy-Duty Diesel Using On-Board Diesel Fuel ReformingMark HemingwayDelphi Corporation(PDF 343 KB)
Concurrent Technical Session 6: Waste Heat Recovery
Chair: John Fairbanks, U.S. Department of Energy
Overview of Thermoelectric Applications for VehiclesJohn W. FairbanksU.S. Department of Energy(PDF 7.1 MB)
High-Efficiency Waste Heat Recovery System for Vehicle ApplicationsJohn W. LaGrandeurBSST LLC(PDF 565 KB)
Develop Thermoelectric Technology for Automotive Waste Heat RecoveryJihui YangGeneral Motors(PDF 892 KB)
Cost-Effective Fabrication Routes for the Production of Quantum Well Structures and Recovery of Waste Heat from Heavy-Duty TrucksRhonda WilliganUnited Technologies Research Center(PDF 2.4 MB)
Progress in Thermoelectric Energy Recovery from a Light-Duty Truck ExhaustEric ThacherClarkson University(PDF 781 KB)
Potential of Thermoelectrics for Fuel Efficiency Gains and Occupant Comfort in Vehicle ApplicationsLon E. BellBSST LLC(PDF 1.2 MB)
A Quantum Leap for Heavy-Duty Truck Engine Efficiency — Hybrid Power System of Diesel and WHR-ORC EnginesGerhard RegnerAVL Powertrain Engineering Inc.(PDF 339 KB)
Electric Turbo-Compounding — A Technology Whose Time has ComeCarl T. VukJohn Deere(PDF 1.5 MB)
In-Vehicle Exhaust Energy Recovery for Thermal Efficiency ImprovementChristopher R. NelsonCummins Inc.(PDF 616 KB)
NAFTA Heavy-Duty Engine and Aftertreatment Technology: Status and OutlookGlenn LysingerChief Compliance Officer, NAFTA Powertrain, Detroit Diesel Corporation(PDF 1.2 MB)
Concurrent Technical Session 7: Emission Control Technologies, Part 3
Chair: James Eberhardt, U.S. Department of Energy
Emissions Control for Heavy-Duty TrucksJim ClercCummins Inc.(PDF 939 KB)
Technical Demonstration of 2010 Heavy-Duty Emissions Regulations over Transient OperationRakesh AnejaDetroit Diesel Corporation(PDF 723 KB)
Status Report on the Development of Rapid Aging and Poisoning Protocols for Diesel Aftertreatment DevicesBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 770 KB)
The Effects of Thermal Aging and Phosphorus Exposure on Performance of Diesel Particulate FiltersHerbert DaCostaCaterpillar Inc.(PDF 905 KB)
LNT or Urea SCR Technology: Which is the Right Technology for Tier 2 Bin 5 Passenger Vehicles?Richard DorenkampVolkswagen(PDF 6.9 MB)
Safe and Compact Ammonia Storage/Delivery Systems for SCR-DeNOx in Automotive UnitsTue JohannessenAmminex A/S, Denmark(PDF 14.1 MB)
Diesel Desulfurization FilterRon RohrbachHoneywell(PDF 390 KB)
European Experience and Study Cases of SCR Passenger Cars IntegrationJules-Joseph VanschaftingenIntergy Automotive(PDF 1.5 MB)
Comparative HRTEM and XPS Analysis of Diesel Engine and Related SootsR.L. Vander WalNational Aeronautics and Space Administration(PDF 2.5 MB)
Concurrent Technical Session 8: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 2
Chair: Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy
High-Efficiency Clean Combustion Design for Compression Ignition EnginesMichael PotterGeneral Motors(PDF 517 KB)
On Soot Reduction by Post-Injection under Dilute Low-Temperature Diesel CombustionAnders HultqvistLund University(PDF 4.5 MB)
Adaptive Control to Improve Low-Temperature Diesel Engine CombustionMing ZhengUniversity of Windsor(PDF 2.7 MB)
Effects of Ambient Density and Temperature on Soot Formation under High-EGR ConditionsLyle M. PickettSandia National Laboratories(PDF 455 KB)
Low-Temperature Heat Release Behavior of Conventional and Alternative Fuels in a Motored EngineJames P. SzybistOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 477 KB)
Premix Charge, Compression Ignition Combustion System OptimizationRichard J. GustafsonCummins Inc.(PDF 1.5 MB)
Low-Temperature Combustion and Diesel Emission Reduction ResearchRolf D. ReitzUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison(PDF 1.2 MB)
New Methodologies for Analysis of Premixed Charge Compression Ignition EnginesSalvador M. AcevesLawrence Livermore National Laboratory(PDF 841 KB)
A Micro-Variable Circular Orifice (MVCO) Fuel Injector for Zoned Low-Temperature CombustionDeyang HouQuantiLogic Corporation(PDF 372 KB)