2008 Diesel Engine-Efficiency and Emissions Research (DEER) Conference Presentations

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August 4-7, 2008

Dearborn, Michigan

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Plenary Session: A View from the Bridge

Concurrent Technical Session 4: Emission Control Technologies, Part 2

Lunch: Sponsored by Caterpillar, Inc.

Concurrent Technical Session 5: High Efficiency Engine Technologies

Technical Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies Part 1

Concurrent Technical Session 6: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 2

Poster Presentation Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies and Emission Control Technologies

Concurrent Technical Session 7: Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications

Panel Session: Marketing Light-Duty Diesels to U.S. Consumers

Concurrent Technical Session 8: Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants, Part 1

Technical Session 2: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1

Poster Presentation Session Part 3: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Emission Control Technologies, High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants, and Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications

Lunch: Sponsored by Cummins

Concurrent Technical Session 9: Emission Control Technologies, Part 3

Technical Session 3: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1 (Continued)

Concurrent Technical Session 10: Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants, Part 2

Poster Presentation Session Part 2: Emission Control Technologies

 

 

Plenary Session: "A View from the Bridge
Welcome RemarksPatrick DavisOffice of Vehicle Technologies U.S. Department of Energy 
Plenary AddressC.H. "Bud" Albright, Jr.U.S. Department of Energy 
Panel DiscussionAllan SchaefferDiesel Technology Forum, Moderator 
EPA's Recent Advance Notice on Greenhouse GasesWilliam CharmleyAssessment and Standards Division, U.S. EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality(PDF 481 KB)
Cost Effectiveness of Technology Solutions for Future Vehicle SystemsThomas Ryan IIISouthwest Research Institute/Society of Automotive Engineers(PDF 418 KB)
View from the BridgeTana UtleyTechnology and Solutions Division/Caterpillar, Inc.(PDF 1.4 MB)
The Outlook for Energy: A View to 2030Gene TunisonExxonMobil Refining and Supply Division(PDF 287 KB)
Blueprint for Sustainability - Sustainable Solutions for Every ConsumerDan KappFord Motor Company(PDF 1.3 MB)
 Gurpreet SinghU.S. Department of Energy 
Lunch - Sponsored by Caterpillar, Inc.
Energy & Sustainability Partnerships, The Energy Technologies InstituteJohn GoddardCaterpillar Technologies & Solutions Division(PDF 2.2 MB)
Technical Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 1
Chair: Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Dennis Siebers, Sandia National Laboratories
The Audi R10 Race CarUlrich BaretzkyAudi Motorsport, Audi AG 
Advanced Combustioin Technology to Enable High Efficiency Clean CombustionDonald StantonCummins(PDF 1.2 MB)
Can Future Emissions Limits be Met with a Hybrid EGR System Alone?Robert CzarnowskiBorg Warner(PDF 782 KB)
The Role of Advanced Combustion in Improving Energy EfficiencyChristopher GehrkeCaterpillar, Inc.(PDF 1.4 MB)
Experiments and Modeling of Two-Stage Combustion in Low-Emissions Diesel EnginesErik KoehlerUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison(PDF 886 KB)
Sources of CO and UHC Emissions in Low-Temperature Diesel Combustion SystemsPaul MilesSandia National Laboratories(PDF 2.3 MB)
An Enabling Study of Diesel Low-Temperature Combustion via Adaptive ControlMing ZhengUniversity of Windsor(PDF 1.8 MB)
High Fidelity Modeling of Premixed Charge Compression Ignition EnginesSalvador AcevesLawrence Livermore National Laboratory(PDF 1.5 MB)
Poster Presentation Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies and Emission Control Technologies
Chair: Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory
Particulate Produced from Advanced Combustion Operation in a Compression-Ignition EngineAndre BoehmanPennsylvania State University(PDF 131 KB)
Effect of Accelerated Ash Loading on Performance of Diesel Particulate Filters and Morphology of Ash LayersBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 322 KB)
Modeling the Effects of Steam-fuel Reforming Products on Low-Temperature Combustion of n-HeptaneFrancisco PosadaWest Virginia University(PDF 127 KB)
New Demands on Heavy-Duty Engine Management Systems - Application of Emission-Based Process ControlMichael TraverIAV, Inc.(PDF 112 KB)
A New Low-Cost Measurement Platform for Urea-Quality MonitoringWilliam LindenSentelligence, Inc.(PDF 376 KB)
Application of a Turbulent Metal Foil Substrate for PGM Optimized DOC on a HD U.S. Diesel EngineJan KramerEmitec, Inc.(PDF 131 KB)
Sonex Controlled auto Ignition Combustion ProcessAndrew PouringSonex Research, Inc.(PDF 131 KB)
An Adaptive Multi-Grid Chemistry (AMC) Model for Efficient Simulation of HCCI and DI Engine CombustionYu ShiUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison(PDF 189 KB)
Differences in the Physical Characterization of Diesel PM with Increasing Biofuel Blend LevelAndrea StrzelecUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison(PDF 260 KB)
The Environmental Injector: Beyond Common Rail and Hydraulic IntensificationJoe VollmerSturman Industries(PDF 233 KB)
Complete Fuel Combustion for Diesel Engines Resulting in Greatly Reduced Emissions and Improved Fuel EfficiencyJohn ZajacZajac Optimum Output Motors, Inc.(PDF 131 KB)
Marketing Light-Duty Diesels to U.S. Consumers - Panel Discussion
Educating Consumers: New Content on Diesel Vehicles, Diesel Exhaust Fluid, and Selective Catalytic Reduction Technologies on the AFDCDebbie Bordt-GilesNREL, Center for Transportation Technologies and Systems(PDF 940 KB)
Diesel vs Gasoline ProductionMichael LeisterMarathon Petroleum Company LLC(PDF 216 KB)
American Road: Clean Diesels for the Real WorldKevin McMahonMartec Group(PDF 934 KB)
Outlook for Light-Duty-Vehicle Fuel DemandJoanne ShoreEnergy Information Administration(PDF 227 KB)
Marketing Light-Duty Diesels to U.S. ConsumersNorbert KrauseVolkswagen Group of America, Inc.(PDF 1.5 MB)
Technical Session 2: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1
Chair: Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy
Diesel Emission Control Technologies in ReviewTim JohnsonCorning Incorporated(PDF 2.1 MB)
Fundamental Modeling and Experimental Studies of Acicular Mullite Diesel Particulate FiltersMark StewartPacific Northwest National Laboratory(PDF 2.6 MB)
Optimization of an Advanced Passive/Active Diesel Emission Control SystemBenjamin ShadeWest Virginia University(PDF 1.3 MB)
Simplification of Diesel Emission Control System Packaging Using SCR Coated on DPFBukky OladipoUmicore Autocat USA, Inc.(PDF 814 KB)
Lunch - Sponsored by Cummins
Clean & Efficient Diesel Engines - Designing for the CustomerSteve CharltonCummins(PDF 2.2 MB)
Technical Session 3: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1 (Continued)
Chair: Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy
Urea SCR Durability Assessment for Tier 2 Light-Duty TruckDouglas DobsonFord Motor Company(PDF 675 KB)
Synergies of High-Efficiency Clean Combustion and Lean NOx Trap CatalystsJim ParksOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 717 KB)
Effects of Advanced Combustion Technologies on Particulate Matter Emissions CharacteristicsJohn StoreyOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 915 KB)
Deactivation Mechanisms of NOx Storage Materials Arising from Thermal Aging and Sulfur PoisoningGeorge MunteanPacific Northwest National Laboratory(PDF 1.0 MB)
Progress Towards 2010 Heavy-Duty Technology DeploymentRakesh AnejaDetroit Diesel Corporation 
Understanding the Deactivation Mechanisms of Cu/Zeolite SCR Catalysts in Diesel ApplicationYisun ChengFord Motor Company(PDF 1.9 MB)
Biodiesel Effects on the Operation of U.S. Light-Duty Tier 2 Engine and Aftertreatment SystemsMarek TaturFEV, Inc.(PDF 912 KB)
Poster Presentation Session 2: Emission Control Technologies
Chair: Gurpreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory
Effect of Engine-Out NOx Control Strategies on PM Size Distributions in Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines Developed for 2010Raffaello ArdaneseWest Virginia University(PDF 189 KB)
Effect of Engine-Out NOx Control Strategies on PM Size Distributions in Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines Developed for 2010Sivanandi RajaduraiACS Industries, Inc.(PDF 215 KB)
Strategies for Integrated Emission ControlWalter CopanClean Diesel Technologies, Inc.(PDF 111 KB)
Development of a Stand-Alone Urea-SCR System for NOx Reduction in Marine Diesel EnginesClint BedickWest Virginia University(PDF 180 KB)
Active Diesel Emission Control Technology for Sub-50 HP Engines with Low Exhaust Temperature ProfilesFrank DePetrilloRypos, Inc.(PDF 39 KB)
Which Idling Reduction Technologies Are the Best?Linda GainesArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 170 KB)
Low Temperature Oxidation Catalyst for a Fuel Injection SystemJoseph HolroydAirFlow Catalyst Systems(PDF 242 KB)
Development of HC-SCR System Using Diesel Fuel as a ReductantTae-Min KimE & D Corporate, Ltd. 
Catalysis by Design: Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Experiments at Nanoscale LevelChaitanya K. NarulaOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 273 KB)
Design of Integrated Laboratory and Heavy-Duty Emissions Testing CenterRachel MuncriefUniversity of Houston(PDF 104 KB)
Microwave Regenerated DPF for Auxiliary Power Units and Diesel Hybrid VehiclesRichard NixdorfIndustrial Ceramic Solutions LLC(PDF 318 KB)
Transportation Refrigeration Unit (TRU) Retrofit with HUSS Active Diesel Particulate FiltersPeter BruenkeHUSS LLC North America(PDF 213 KB)
Engine-External HC-Dosing for Regeneration of Diesel Particulate Filters for Heavy Duty and NRMM According to Annex XXVII StVZOHans-Jorg RemborHUSS Umwelttechnik GmbH(PDF 241 KB)
DPF-"Hydrated EGR" Fuel Saver SystemJulius RimInternational Metals & Energy Technology Ltd.(PDF 97 KB)
Active DPF for Off-Road Particulate Matter (PM) ControlRich BelaireServoTech Engineering(PDF 245 KB)
Evaluation of a Partial Flow Dilution System for Transient Particulate Matter EmissionsBenjamin ShadeWest Virginia University(PDF 247 KB)
Development of Compact Gaseous Sensors with Internal Reference for Monitoring O2 and NOx in Combustion EnvironmentsDileep SinghArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 396 KB)
Partitioning of Volatile Organics in Diesel Particulate and ExhaustAndrea StrzelecOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 209 KB)
Thermal Deactivation Mechanisms of Fully-Formulated Lean NOx Trap Catalysts Aged by Lean/Rich CyclingTodd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 487 KB)
Concurrent Technical Session 4: Emission Control Technologies, Part 2
Chair: Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy
SCR Catalyst Technology for Low Emission DieselsPaul AndersonJohnson Matthey 
Deactivation Mechanism of Cu/Zeolite SCR Catalyst Due to Reductive Hydrothermal AgingYinyan HuangFord Motor Company(PDF 420 KB)
Evaluation of the European PMP Methodologies Using Chassis Dynamometer and On-Road Testing of Heavy-Duty VehiclesThomas DurbinUniversity of California at Riverside(PDF 2.1 MB)
Two SCR Catalyst Formulations - One Solution for NOx Aftertreatment SystemsSvetlana IretskayaCatalytic Solutions, Inc.(PDF 658 KB)
A New SiC-Based DPF for the Automotive IndustryKoji TsuneyoshiTYK Corporatioin(PDF 2.5 MB)
Low-Temperature Hydrocarbon/CO Oxidation Catalysis in Support of HCCI Emission ControlKenneth RappePacific Northwest National Laboratory(PDF 675 KB)
Controlled Experiments on the Effects of Lubricant/Additive (Low-Ash, Ashless) Characteristics on DPF DegradationAlexander SappokMassachusetts Institute of Technology(PDF 852 KB)
SCR Performance Optimization Through Advancements in Aftertreatment PackagingPaul WayDonaldson Company, Inc.(PDF 1.2 MB)
Long Term Experiences with HDD SCR CatalystsLothar HofmannArgillon GmbH(PDF 1.5 MB)
Hot Gas Filtration of Fine and Ultra Fine Particles with Liquid Phase Sintered SiC ceramic DPFHans-Joerg RemborClean Diesel Ceramics GmbH(PDF 2.2 MB)
Concurrent Technical Session 5: High Efficiency Engine Technologies
Chair: Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: John Jason Conley, U.S. Department of Energy
An Engine System Approach to Exhaust Waste Heat RecoveryRich KruiswykCaterpillar(PDF 1.5 MB)
BMW Diesel-Engine Concepts for Efficient DynamicsDetlef HiemeschBMW Group(PDF 9.8 MB)
Multicylinder Diesel Engine for LTC OperationWilliam de OjedaNavistar(PDF 1.2 MB)
High Efficiency Clean Combustion for Heavy-Duty EngineHoushun ZhangDetroit Diesel Corporation(PDF 1.3 MB)
Exhaust Energy RecoveryChristopher NelsonCummins(PDF 2.0 MB)
Light-Duty Efficient Clean Combustion Thermal Efficiency Improvement and Emissions ComplianceTim FrazierCummins 
Benefits and Drawbacks of Compression Ratio Reduction in PCCI Combustion Application in an Advanced LD Diesel EngineCarlo BeatriceIstituto Motori CNR(PDF 704 KB)
Identification and Control of Factors that Affect EGR Cooler FoulingDan StylesFord Motor Company(PDF 272 KB)
SuperTurbocharger PresentationEd VanDyneWoodward(PDF 1.1 MB)
Identification and Evaluation of Near-Term Opportunities for Efficiency ImprovementK. Dean EdwardsOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 1.7 MB)
Concurrent Technical Session 6: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 2
Chair: Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Dennis Siebers, Sandia National Laboratories
Next Generation Engine Control for the Optimization of Fuel Efficiency in Low-Emissions Diesel EnginesChris AtkinsonAtkinson LLC 
Enabling High Efficiency Clean Combustion with Micro-Variable Circular-Orifice (MVCO) Fuel Injector and Adaptive PCCIDeyang HouQuantLogic Corporation(PDF 919 KB)
US Tier 2 Bin 2 Diesel Research ProgressBrian CooperRicardo(PDF 398 KB)
Optical-Engine Study of a Low-Temperature Combustion Strategy Employing a Dual-Row, Narrow-Included-Angle Nozzle and Early, Direct Injection of Diesel FuelCharles MuellerSandia National Laboratories(PDF 774 KB)
Concurrent Technical Session 7: Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications
Chair: John Fairbanks, U.S. Department of Energy
Vehicular Applications of ThermoelectricsJohn FairbanksU.S. Department of Energy(PDF 5.6 MB)
Development of Thermoelectric Technology for Automotive Waste Heat RecoveryEdward GundlachGeneral Motors(PDF 1.0 MB)
Development of a 100-Watt High Temperature Thermoelectric GeneratorJohn LaGrandeurBSST LLC(PDF 1.1 MB)
Thermoelectric Conversion of Waste Heat to Electricity in an IC Engine Powered VehicleHarold SchockMichigan State University(PDF 2.3 MB)
Concurrent Technical Session 8: Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants, Part 1
Chair: Kevin Stork, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Glenn Keller, Argonne National Laboratory
Overview of DOE Fuels Technologies ActivitiesKevin StorkU.S. Department of Energy(PDF 655 KB)
Comparing the Performance of GTL/ULSD Blends in Older and Newer Diesel Passenger CarsHenry NgArgonne National Laboratory 
The Effect of Diesel fuel properties on Emissions-Restrained Fuel Economy at Mid-Load ConditionsShankar KumarCummins(PDF 406 KB)
Drive-Cycle Analysis of Butanol/Diesel Blends in a Light-Duty VehicleSteven McConnellArgonne National Laboratory 
Impact of Fuel Properties on Light-Duty Engine Performance and EmissionsErik KoehlerFEV, Inc.(PDF 1.6 MB)
Diesel HCCI Fuel and Engine-Efficiency OptimizationBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory 
Biodiesel Content and Impact on On-Board Monitoring Using Optical SensorJohan FournelSP3H(PDF 553 KB)
Poster Presentation Session Part 3: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Emission Control Technologies, High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants, and Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications
Chair: Ralph Nine, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Brandon Tarbert, Sentech
HD Applications of Significantly Downsized SI Engines Using Alcohol DI for Knock AvoidancePaul BlumbergEthanol Boosting(PDF 163 KB)
Accelerated Thermal Aging of Fe-Zeolite SCR Catalysts Using an Engine-based Systems ApproachBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 318 KB)
Evaluation of SCR and DOC/CPF Tech in Diesel Exhaust Emission Control to Meet U.S. Tier 2 Bin 5Jin Woo ChoungHyundai-Kia Motors Powertrain R&D Center(PDF 626 KB)
Selective Catalytic Reduction and Exhaust Gas Recirculation Systems OptimizationWalter CopanClean Diesel Technologies, Inc.(PDF 142 KB)
Comprehensive Assessment of the Emissions from the Use of Biodiesel in CaliforniaTom DurbinUniversity of California, Riverside(PDF 120 KB)
High Temperature Quantum Well MaterialsBassHi-Z Technology, Inc.(PDF 223 KB)
Lubricant-Friendly, Superhard and Low-Friction Coatings by DesignAli ErdemirArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 468 KB)
Friction of Steel Sliding under Boundary Lubrication Regime in Commercial Gear Oils at Elevated TemperaturesRobert ErckArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 604 KB)
Fabrication of Micro-orifices for Diesel Fuel InjectorsGeorge FenskeArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 707 KB)
Rotary Shaft Power Extraction from a Free-Piston EngineJohn FitzgeraldEnergy Transitioin Technology, Inc.(PDF 274 KB)
Constant Volume During CombustionAl JoniecNGEN LLC(PDF 89 KB)
An Investigation on an Ethylene Glycol/Water Nanofluid for Heavy Vehicle Cooling ApplicationsDileep SinghArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 357 KB)
Numerical Investigation of Advanced Compressor TechnologiesHarold SunFord Motor Company(PDF 189 KB)
The Role of Lubricant Additives in Fuel Efficiency and Emission Reductions: Viscosity EffectsMichael ZinkEvonik RohMax USA, Inc.(PDF 371 KB)
Quality Assessment of Biodiesel and Biodiesel BlendsTeresa L. AllemanNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 345 KB)
Concurrent Technical Session 9: Emission Control Technologies, Part 3
Chair: Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Light Duty Clean Diesel - Volkswagen and Audi Met the Technical Challenge TogetherRichard DorenkampVolkswagen AG and Audi AG 
Status of Phase 1 of the Advanced Collaborative Emissions Study (ACES)Christopher TennantCoordinating Research Council, Inc.(PDF 535 KB)
Development of ADECS to Meet 2010 Emission Levels: Optimization of NOx, NH3 and Fuel Consumption Using High and Low Engine-Out NOx CalibrationsBenjamin ShadeWest Virginia University(PDF 781 KB)
Fuel Injection Strategy for Soot-Filter RegenerationFabien RioultBASF Catalysts LLC(PDF 696 KB)
Optimization of Engine-out Emissions from a Diesel Engine to meet Tier2 Bin5 Emission LimitsSeung-Suk YoonHyundai-Kia Motor Company(PDF 1.2 MB)
Non-Destructive X-ray Measurement of Soot, Ash, Washcoat and Regeneration Damage for DPFsTodd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory(PDF 1.7 MB)
Micro-ESR for Airborne Soot MeasurementJames WhiteActive Spectrum, Inc.(PDF 1.1 MB)
Modeling and Model-Based Fault Diagnosis of NOx Aftertreatment SystemsMarcello CanovaOhio State University 
Concurrent Technical Session 10: Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants, Part 2
Chair: Kevin Stork, U.S. Department of Energy
Co-Chair: Glenn Keller, Argonne National Laboratory
Shell. The Evolution of Movement ContinuesRalph CherrilloShell Oil Company(PDF 969 KB)
RedLeaf Resources Ecoshale Project OverviewJames PattenRed Leaf Resources, Inc.(PDF 6.0 MB)
Biodiesel ASTM Update and Future Technical NeedsSteve HowellNational Biodiesel Board(PDF 317 KB)
Biodiesel Outlook - An Engiine Manufacturer's PerspectiveRoger GaultEngine Manufacturers Association(PDF 170 KB)
Diesel Engine Oil Technology Insights and OpportunitiesDaniel ArcyShell Oil Company(PDF 922 KB)
Collaborative Lubricating Oil Study on Emissions (CLOSE) ProjectDouglas LawsonNational Renewable Energy Laboratory(PDF 857 KB)
Multi-component Nanoparticle Based Lubricant Additive to Improve Efficiency And Durability in EnginesAtanu AdhvaryuCaterpillar(PDF 2.7 MB)
The Effects of Fuel Dilution with Biodiesel on Lubricant Acidity, Oxidation and Corrosion – a Study with CJ-4 and CI-4 PLUS LubricantsSimon WatsonMassachusetts Institute of Technology(PDF 447 KB)
Effect of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) on Diesel Engine Oil – Impact on WearOyelayo AjayiArgonne National Laboratory(PDF 1.6 MB)