August 3-6, 2009

Dearborn, Michigan

Plenary Session: A View from the Bridge
Lunch: Sponsored by Caterpillar, Inc.
Technical Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 1
Poster Presentation Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies and Emission Control Technologies
Panel Session: New Direction in Engines and Fuels
Technical Session 2: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1
Lunch: Sponsored by Cummins
Technical Session 3: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1 (Continued)
Poster Presentation Session Part 2: Emission Control Technologies
Concurrent Technical Session 4: Emission Control Technologies, Part 2
Concurrent Technical Session 5: High Efficiency Engine Technologies
Concurrent Technical Session 6: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 2
Concurrent Technical Session 7: Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications
Poster Presentation Session Part 3: Emission Control Technologies, High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications, Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants
Concurrent Technical Session 8: Emission Control Technologies, Part 3
Concurrent Technical Session 9: Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants

Plenary Session: A View from the Bridge
Welcome RemarksJennifer GranholmGovernor, State of Michigan
Plenary AddressDr. Kristina JohnsonUnder Secretary, U.S. Department of Energy
Panel DiscussionAllen SchaefferExecutive Director, Diesel Technology Forum, Moderator
Reducing Vehicle Emissions to Meet Environmental GoalsThomas CacketteChief Deputy Executive Officer, California Air Resources Board
A View from the BridgeDaniel HancockGM Powertrain Vice President Global Engineering, General Motors
What is the Future of US Diesel Production?Michael LeisterFuels Technology Manager, Marathon Oil
A View from the BridgeGary RogersPresident, FEV
The Right Technology MattersJohn WallVice-President, Cummins
Lunch - Sponsored by Caterpillar Inc.
Efficiency Improvement PathwayTerry GoffDirector Emission Regulations & Conformance,
Caterpillar Inc.
Technical Session 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 1
Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Dennis Siebers, Sandia National Laboratories, Co-Chair
 Rolf ReitzUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Control Strategy for a Dual Loop EGR System to Meet Euro 6 and BeyondRobert CzarnowskiBorg Warner
Low Temperature Combustion Demonstrator for High Efficiency Clean CombustionWilliam de OjedaNavistar
In-Cylinder Processes of EGR-Diluted Low-Load, Low-Temperature Diesel CombustionMark MusculusSandia National Laboratories
Demonstrating and Validating a Next Generation, Model-Based Controller for Fuel-Efficient, Low Emissions Diesel EnginesMarc AllainDetroit Diesel
Boosted HCCI for High Power without Engine Knock, and with Ultra-Low NOx Emissions using a Conventional FuelJohn DecSandia National Laboratories
Development of Advanced Combustion Technologies for Increased Thermal EfficiencyChristopher GehrkCaterpillar
Poster Presentation Session Part 1: Advanced Combustion Technologies and Emission Control Technologies
Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory, Co-Chair
P-1: Improved Engine Control Strategies Enabled by Digital Signal-Processing Method for Zirconia Exhaust SensorsPatrick ThompsonInnovate Technology, Inc.
P-2: Preparation, Injection, and Combustion of Supercritical FuelsGeorge AnitescuSyracuse University
P-3: Neutron Imaging of Diesel Particulate FiltersHassina BilheuxOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-4: Development of a Transportable, 1065-Compliant Emissions Measurement SystemJohn NuszkowskiWest Virginia University
P-5: Active Diesel Emission Control Technology for Transport Refrigeration UnitsPeter GuzmanRYPOS, Inc.
P-6: Mechanisms of Hydrocarbon Poisoning of a Urea SCR CatalystTodd J. ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-7: Advanced Combustion/Modeling and Analysis Toward HCCI/PCCI in a 60% Efficient Free-Piston EngineJohn FitzgeraldETTI
P-8: Advanced High-Efficiency Clean Diesel Combustion with Low Cost for Hybrid EnginesDeyang HouQuantLogic Corp.
P-10: Heavy-duty H2-Diesel Dual Fuel EnginesHailin LiWest Virginia University
P-11: Simulation and Analysis of HP/LP EGR for Heavy-Duty ApplicationsAaron MatthewsIAV Automotive Engineering Inc
P-12: Ultra-Lite Diesel Particulate Filter Cartridge for Reduced Regeneration Time and Fuel ConsumptionRichard NixdorfIndustrial Ceramic Solutions, LLC
P-14: Assessment of Combustion and Turbulence Models for the Simulation of Combustion Processes in a DI Diesel EngineYi RenUniversity of Waterloo
P-15: Virtual Oxygen Sensor - Innovative NOx and PM Emission Control StrategiesMichael TraverIAV Automotive Engineering Inc
P-16: Study of On-Board Ammonia (NH3) Generation for SCR OperationsVictor WongMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Panel Session: New Directions in Engines and Fuels
Panel DiscussionJohn DavisHost of MotorWeek, Moderator
HD Truck and Engine Fuel Efficiency Opportunities and Challenges Post EPA2010Ning LeiDirector Advanced Combustion, Future Technologies
Navistar
New Directions in Engines - The Road AheadJohn PinsonVice President Diesel Engines
Ricardo
Powertrain Trends and Future PotentialJohannes-Joerg RuegerSenior Vice President Diesel Engineering
Bosch
New Directions in Engines and FuelsJ. Gary SmythDirector, Powertrain Systems
General Motors
New Directions in Fuels TechnologyKen WrightChief Fuels Engineer
ConocoPhillips
Technical Session 2: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Tom Briggs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Review of Emerging Diesel Emissions and ControlTimothy JohnsonCorning Incorporated
Laboratory and Vehicle Demonstration of a "2nd Generation" LNT+in-situ SCR Diesel NOx Emission Control ConceptLifeng XuFord Motor Company
Passive Ammonia SCR for Lean Burn SIDI EnginesWei LiGeneral Motors and R&D Center
Fuel Consumption and NOx Trade-offs on a Port-Fuel-Injected SI Gasoline Engine Equipped with a Lean-NOx TrapJacqueline LymburnerFord Motor Company
Lunch - Sponsored by Cummins
Cummins Indy RacingRic KleineVP Midrange Quality, Cummins
Technical Session 3: Emission Control Technologies, Part 1 - Continued
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Tom Briggs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Engine and Reactor Evaluations of HC-SCR for Diesel NOx ReductionRichard BlintGM R&D
Recent Advances and Future Challenges in the Modeling and Simulations of the Injection of Urea-Water-Solution for Automotive SCR SystemsEhab Abu-RamadanUniversity of Waterloo
Development and Demonstration of an Electronic Particulate Matter Sensor for Both Engine-Out and Post-DPF Exhaust MonitoringJim SteppanCeramatec
Investigation of Sulfur Deactivation on Cu/Zeolite SCR Catalysts in Diesel ApplicationYisun ChengFord Motor Company
Catalytic Filter for Diesel Exhaust PurificationMark FokemaAspen Products Group, Inc.
Investigation on Continuous Soot Oxidation and NOx Reduction by SCR-Coated DPFSvetlana IretskayaCatalytic Solutions, Inc
Value Analysis of Alternative Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Substrates for Future Diesel Aftertreatment SystemsSteve MajkowskiDow Automotive
Poster Presentation Session Part 2: Emission Control Technologies
Gurpreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory, Co-Chair
P-1: Bench-Top Engine System for Fast Screening of Alternative Fuels and Fuel AdditivesHongmei AnUniversity of Houston
P-2: Liquid Propane Injection Technology Conducive to Today's North American SpecificationTom ArnoldCleanFUEL USA
P-3: Development of an Airless Thermal Enhancer to Allow Catalyst Function on Cold Temperature CyclesNik BirkbyEMCON Technologies
P-4: Development of a Non Air-assisted Thermal RegeneratorPhilip DimpelfeldEMCON Technologies
P-5: Free-Piston Engine Charge Conditioning Facilitated by Turbo-CompoundingJohn FitzgeraldETTI
P-6: Advanced Methods Approach to Hybrid Powertrain Systems Optimization of a Transit Bus ApplicationChris HennessyAVL
P-7: Advanced Metal Fiber Wall-flow DPF for Diesel Emission ControlShuguang LuSunny Metal, Inc.
P-8: Catalyst by Design -Theoretical, Nanostructural, and Experimental Studies of Oxidation Catalyst for Diesel Engine Emission TreatmentChaitanya NarulaOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-9: Impact of Lower PM from Multimode Operation on Fuel Penalty from DPF RegenerationVitaly PrikhodkoOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-10: Application of SCR and PM-METALIT® for Non-Road Applications: SCRi®Ulrich PfahlEmitec, Inc.
P-11: GreenPower™ Trap Water-Muffler SystemJulius RimInternational Metals & Energy Technologies
P-12: NO2 Management in Diesel Exhaust StreamsThomas RobertsAirFlow Catalyst Systems
P-13: Biodiesel + SCR Retrofit TestingWilliam RobertsonCalifornia Air Resources Board
P-14: A Low-Cost Continuous Emissions Monitoring System for Mobile and Stationary Engine SCR/DPF Applications
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P-15: Data-Logger for Vehicle Data Acquisition
Hamid ServatiServoTech Engineering
P-16: Online PM Measurement for In-use TestingWilliam SilvisAVL Instrumentation & Test Systems, Inc.
P-17: Compact Electrochemical Bi-functional NOx/O2 Sensors with an Internal Reference for High Temperature ApplicationsDileep SinghArgonne National Laboratory
P-18: Impact of Biofuel & Biofuel Blending on Diesel Soot CharacteristicsTodd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-19: Syngas Generator Use for Retrofit DPF Active Regeneration on a Medium Duty TruckPaul TowgoodNxtGen Emission Controls Inc.
Concurrent Technical Session 4: Emission Control Technologies, Part 2
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
George Muntean, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Hydrocarbon Inhibition and HC Storage Modeling in Fe- Zeolite Catalysts for HD Diesel EnginesMaruthi DevarakondaPacific Northwest National Laboratory
Development of an Advanced Turbocharger to Support Future Diesel LTCHarold SunFord Motor Company
Reductant Utilization in a LNT + SCR SystemJim ParksOak Ridge National Laboratory
Characteristics and Effects of Lubricant Additive Chemistry and Exhaust Conditions on Diesel Particulate Filter Service Life and Vehicle Fuel EconomyAlexander SappokMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Fuel Reformer, LNT and SCR Aftertreatment System Meeting Emissions Useful Life RequirementsJames McCarthy, Jr.Eaton Corporation
Diesel Passenger Car Technology for Low Emissions and CO2 ComplianceBrian CooperRicardo
Development and Field Demonstrations of the Low NO2 ACCRT™ System for Retrofit ApplicationsAjay JoshiJohnson Matthey
Microstructural Evolution of EGR Cooler DepositsMichael LanceOak Ridge National Laboratory
Tailored Acicular Mullite Substrates for Multifunctional Diesel Particulate FiltersMichael MalangaDow Automotive
Concurrent Technical Session 5: High Efficiency Engine Technologies
Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Robert Wagner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Exhaust Energy Recovery
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High Efficiency Engine Technologies
Christopher NelsonCummins
Future Efficient Dynamics with Heat RecoveryAndreas ObiegloBMW Group
Wells-to-Wheels Analysis for Heavy-Duty PowertrainsParag MehreshCaterpillar
3-Cylinder Turbocharged Gasoline Direct Injection: A High Value Solution for Euro VI EmissionsJohn KirwanDelphi Powertrain
Integrated Powertrain and Vehicle Technologies for Fuel Efficiency Improvement and CO2 ReductionYury KalishDetroit Diesel
EBDI® - Application of a High BMEP Downsized Spark Ignited EngineRod BeazleyRicardo
Technology Development for High Efficiency Clean Diesel Engines and a Pathway to 50% Thermal EfficiencyDonald StantonCummins
Turbocharged Spark Ignited Direct Injection – A Fuel Economy Solution for the U.S.Paul WhitakerAVL
Engine System Approach to Exhaust Energy RecoveryRichard KruiswykCaterpillar, Inc.
Automotive Turbocharging: Industrial Requirements and Technology DevelopmentsNick BainesConceptsNREC
Lunch - Sponsored by Detroit Diesel
Reduction of Heavy-Duty Fuel Consumption and CO2 Generation What the Industry Does and What the Government Can DoRakesh AnejaDetroit Diesel
Concurrent Technical Session 6: Advanced Combustion Technologies, Part 2
Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Dennis Siebers, Sandia National Laboratories, Co-Chair
High Efficiency Clean Combustion for Heavy-Duty EngineHoushun ZhangDetroit Diesel
Multidimensional Simulation and Chemical Kinetics Development for High Efficiency Clean Combustion EnginesSalvador AcevesLawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Diesel Combustion Control with Closed-Loop Control of the Injection StrategyMarek TaturFEV Inc.
A Comparison of HCCI Engine Performance Data and Kinetic Modeling Results over a Wide Range of Gasoline Range Surrogate Fuel BlendsBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory
Technology Development for Light Duty High Efficient Diesel EnginesDonald StantonCummins, Inc.
Progress of the Engine Combustion NetworkLyle PickettSandia National Laboratories
Advanced Natural Gas Engine Technology for Heavy Duty VehiclesMostafa KamelCummins Westport Inc.
Concurrent Technical Session 7: Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications
John Fairbanks, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Vehicular Thermoelectric Applications Session DEER 2009John FairbanksDOE
Development of a 500 Watt High Temperature Thermoelectric GeneratorJohn LaGrandeurBSST
Develop Thermoelectric Technology for Automotive Waste Heat RecoveryJihui YangGeneral Motors
Thermoelectric Conversion of Waste Heat to Electricity in an IC Engine Powered VehicleHarold SchockMichigan State University
Development of a High-Efficiency Zonal Thermoelectric HVAC System for Automotive ApplicationsClay MaranvilleFord Motor Company
Improving Energy Efficiency by Developing Components for Distributed Cooling and Heating Based on Thermal Comfort ModelingJihui YangGeneral Motors
Low-and High-Temperature Dual Thermoelectric Generation Waste Heat Recovery System for Light-Duty VehiclesShiho KimChungbuk National University
Poster Presentation Session Part 3: Emission Control Technologies, High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications, Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants
Gurpreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory, Co-Chair
P-1: An Information-Dependent Computer Program for Engine Exhaust Heat Recovery for HeatingVamshi AvadhanulaUniversity of Alaska, Fairbanks
P-2: Technologies for a Sustainable Heavy-Duty On-Highway FleetRichard BakerAVL
P-3: Hydrogen Assisted Diesel Combustion in a Common Rail Turbodiesel EngineAndré BoehmanPennsylvania State University
P-4: Development of a Waste Heat Recovery System for Light-Duty Diesel EnginesThomas BriggsOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-5: Comparison of Different Road Load Implementation Strategies on Fuel Economy of USPS Step VansDaniel CarderWest Virginia University
P-6: D-Cycle™ - 4-Differential-Stroke CycleJoe ContiYan Engines, LLC
P-7: A Study of Emissions from a Light Duty Diesel Vehicle with the European Particulate Measurement ProgrammeHarry DwyerCalifornia Air Resources Board
P-8: Production-Intent Lost-Motion Variable Valve Actuation SystemsSteven ErnestJacobs Vehicle Systems
P-9: Advanced Collaborative Emissions Study (ACES)Dan GreenbaumHealth Effects Institute
P-10: Thermoelectric Power Generation System with Loop Thermosyphon in Future High Efficiency Hybrid VehiclesSun-Kook KimChungbuk National University
P-11: Statistical Analysis of Transient Cycle Test Results in a 40 CFR Part 1065 Engine Dynamometer Test CellBenjamin ShadeWest Virginia University
P-12: The Impact of PM and HC on EGR Cooler FoulingDaniel StylesFord Motor Company
P-13: Two-Stroke Uniflow Turbo-Compound Internal Combustion EngineJack TaylorBelcan Engineering Group, Inc.
P-14: Nanofluid Development for Engine CoolingElena TimofeevaArgonne National Laboratory
P-15: Deactivation of Accelerated Engine-Aged and Field-Aged SCR Catalysts and the Role of the DOC
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P-16: Characterization and Evaluation of Engine-Aged Emissions Control Devices using Biodiesel Fuel
Todd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-17: Progress on DOE Vehicle Technologies Light-Duty Diesel Engine Efficiency and Emissions Milestones Robert WagnerOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-18: Oxygen-Enriched Combustion for Military Diesel Engine GeneratorsPaul YelvingtonMainstream Engineering Corporation
P-19: Calibration of a Directly Injected Natural Gas HD Engine for Class 8 Truck ApplicationsSandeep MunshiWestport Innovations Inc.
Concurrent Technical Session 8: Emission Control Technologies, Part 3
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
John Storey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Phase 1 of the Advanced Collaborative Emissions Study (ACES): Highlights of Project FindingImad KhalekSouthwest Research Institute
Increased Efficiency with Model Based CalibrationRobert DiewaldAVL
Emissions from the European Light Duty Diesel Vehicle During DPF Regeneration EventsHarry DwyerCalifornia Air Resources Board
Diesel Particulate Filters and NO2 Emission LimitsOsama IbrahimRYPOS, Inc.
Solid SCR Demonstration Truck ApplicationMarek TaturFEV Inc.
XP-SiC: An Innovative Substrate for Future Applications with Low Weight and High PorosityShahrokh HajirezaNotox A/S
Effects of Catalysts on Emissions from Heavy-Duty Diesel Retrofits for PM and NOx ControlShaohua HuCalifornia Air Resources Board
Impact of Biodiesel on the Near-term Performance and Long-term Durability of Advanced Aftertreatment SystemsAaron WilliamsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
Effect of Thermal Aging on NO oxidation and NOx Storage in a Fully-Formulated Lean NOx TrapTodd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
Concurrent Technical Session 9: Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants
Glenn Keller, Argonne National Laboratory, Chair
Development of High Performance Heavy Duty Engine OilsFrank LauterwasserChevron Oronite LLC
A Novel Approach in Determining Oil Dilution Level on a DPF Equipped Vehicle as a Result of RegenerationHarsha NanjundaswamyFEV Inc.
Effect of the Composition of Hydrocarbon Streams on HCCI PerformanceCraig FairbridgeCanmetENERGY, Natural Resources Canada
Detailed HCCI Exhaust Speciation - ORNL Reference Fuel BlendsBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory
Low Temperature Autoignition of C8H16O2 Ethyl and Methyl Esters in a Motored EngineAndré BoehmanPennsylvania State University
Development and Demonstration of a Prototype Omnivorous EngineSteven McConnellArgonne National Laboratory
System-Response Issues Imposed by Biodiesel in a Medium-Duty Diesel EngineTimothy JacobsTexas A&M University
Reducing Lubricant Ash Impact on Exhaust Aftertreatment with an Oil Conditioning FilterSimon WatsonMassachusetts Institute of Technology