October 3-6, 2011

Detroit, Michigan

Monday, October 3, 2011
A View from the Bridge, Plenary Session, Panel Discussion
High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Part 1
Poster Presentation Session 1: High-Efficiency Engine Technologies

Tuesday, October 4, 2011
Panel Session: The Role for ICEs in Our Energy Future
Emission Control Technologies, Part 1
Emission Control Technologies, Part 1 (Continued)
Poster Presentation Session Part 2: High-Efficiency Engine Technologies and Emission Control Technologies

Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Emission Control Technologies, Part 2 (Concurrent Session)
High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Part 2 (Concurrent Session)
High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Part 2 (Continued-Concurrent Session)
Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications (Concurrent Session)
Poster Presentation Session Part 3: Emission Control Technologies, Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants

Thursday, October 6, 2011
Emission Control Technologies, Part 3 (Concurrent Session)
Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants (Concurrent Session)

Monday, October 3, 2011

A View from the Bridge: Plenary Session
Welcome RemarksCarl LevinSenator, State of Michigan
Plenary AddressDavid SandalowAssistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy
Panel DiscussionModerator: Steve ZimmerExecutive Director, USCAR
PresentationPanelist: Grace M. BochenekDirector, U.S. Army TARDEC
The Energy Efficiency Potential of Global Transport to 2050Panelist: David L. GreeneCorporate Fellow, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Navistar-Driving Efficiency with Integrated TechnologyPanelist: Dennis MooneyVice President, Powertrain Systems and Global Engineering Integration, Navistar, Inc.
Liquid Fuels Perspective on Ultra Low Carbon VehiclesPanelist: James J. SimnickTechnical Advisor Global Fuels Technology, BP Products North America
Advanced Engine Trends, Challenges & OpportunitiesPanelist: Alan TaubVice President of Global Research and Development, General Motors Company
Lunch - Sponsored by Cummins Inc.
The Next Regulatory Chaper for Commercial VehiclesBrian MorminoDirector for Energy Policy and Environmental Compliance Audit,
Cummins Inc.
High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Part 1
Gupreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Dennis Siebers, Sandia National Laboratories, Co-Chair
Overview of High-Efficiency Engine TechnologiesWayne EckerleCummins Inc.
An In-Cylinder Imaging Survey of Low-Temperature, High-Efficiency Combustion StrategiesMark MusculusSandia National Laboratories
Application of Synergistic Technologies to Achieve High Levels of Gasoline Engine DownsizingDavid BoggsRicardo, Inc.
Development and Demonstration of a Fuel-Efficient HD EngineWilliam de OjedaNavistar
In-Cylinder Mechanisms of PCI Heat-Release Rate Control by Fuel Reactivity StratificationSage KokjohnUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison ERC
Cummins SuperTruck Program - Technology Demonstration of a Highly Efficient Clean, Diesel Powered Class 8 TruckDavid KoeberleinCummins, Inc.
Addressing the Challenges of RCCI Operation on a Light-duty Multi-Cylinder EngineRobert WagnerOak Ridge National Laboratory
Poster Presentation Session Part 1: High Efficiency Engine Technologies
Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory, Co-Chair
P-01: The Mixed Flow Forward Swept Turbine for Next Generation Turbocharged Downsized Automotive EnginesNick BainesConcepts NREC
P-02: A Correlation of Diesel Engine Performance with Measured NIR Fuel CharacteristicsBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-03: Strategies for In-Cylinder Reductions to Reach Bin 2 and LEV IIIRobert CzarnowskiBorgWarner
P-04: Characterization of Dual-Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) Using Hydrated Ethanol and Diesel FuelAdam DempseyUniversity of Wisconsin, Madison ERC
P-05: Mechanical Bleeder/Decompression DeviceSteve ErnestJacobs Vehicle Systems
P-06: Methods Development for the Prediction and Avoidance of Destructive Abnormal Combustion EventsCharles FinneyOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-07: High-Efficiency Engine Technologies-A Natural Gas, High Compression Ratio, High Efficiency, ICREJohn FitzgeraldETTI
P-08: Effect of Premixed Charge Compression Ignition on Vehicle Fuel Economy and Emissions Reduction over Transient Driving CyclesZhiming GaoOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-09: Improving the Efficiency of Spark Ignited, Stoichiometric Natural Gas EnginesDan GiordanoSturman Industries
P-10: Study of Engine Operating Parameter Effects on GDI Engine Particle-Number EmissionsXin HeNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
P-11: Challenging Conventional Wisdom: A Clean and Highly Efficient Opposed-Piston Two-Stroke EngineMichael WahlAchates Power, Inc.
P-12: Enabling High Efficiency Low Temperature Combustion by Adaptive In-Situ Jet CoolingDeyang HouQuantLogic Corporation
P-13: The Opposed-Piston Two-Stroke Engine Alternative - Performance and Emissions Results in a Medium-Duty ApplicationFabien RedonAchates Power, Inc.
P-14: Summary of In-Use Evaluations of Two Heavy Duty Hybrid ApplicationsKent JohnsonUniversity of California, Riverside
P-15: CFD Combustion Modeling with Conditional Moment Closure using Tabulated Chemistry Anders BorgLund Combustion Engineering AB
P-16: Accurate Predictions of Fuel Effects on Combustion and Emissions in Engines Using CFD Simulations with Detailed Fuel Chemistr<Chitralkumar NaikReaction Design
P-17: An Integrated Platform for Engine Performance Simulations and Optimization under Diesel Conditions Michal PasternakBrandenburg University of Technology
P-18: Full Expansion Internal Combustion Engine with Very High EfficiencyJack TaylorExcel Engines LLC
P-19: Splitting the Cycle the Right WayOded TourTour Engine, Inc.
P-20: Cost, Efficiency, and Propulsion in Heavy Diesel EnginesM.J. YanYan Engine
Dinner - Sponsored by General Motors
PresentationM. MayerDirector, Global Strategic Product Alliances & New Business Development,
General Motors Company

Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Panel Session: The Role for ICEs in Our Energy Future
Panel DiscussionModerator: Patrick DavisProgram Manager, Office of Vehicle Technologies, U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. HDV GHG and Fuel Efficiency Final RuleByron BunkerDirector, Heavy Duty Engine Center, Office of Transportation and Air Quality, Environmental Protection Agency
The Role Of IC Engines In Future Energy UseHugh BlaxillManaging Director, Mahle Powertrain LLC
The Role of the Internal Combustion Engine in Our Energy FutureTony GreszlerVice President Government and Industry Relations, Volvo Group
Drop In Fuels: Where the Road LeadsKen WrightChief Fuels Engineer, ConocoPhillips
Emission Control Technologies, Part 1
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
George Muntean, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Vehicle Emissions Review – 2011 (so far)Timothy JohnsonCorning Incorporated
Sulfur Effect and Performance Recovery of a DOC + CSF + Cu-Zeolite SCR SystemWeiyong TangBASF Corporation
Passive Catalytic Approach to Low Temperature NOx Emission AbatementCary HenryCummins, Inc.
Key Parameters Affecting DPF Performance Degradation and Impact on Lifetime Fuel EconomyAlexander SappokMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Lunch - Sponsored by Detroit Diesel
Heavy-Duty Powertrain and Vehicle Development - A Look Toward 2020Mark GroenewegDaimler
Emission Control Technologies, Part 1 (Continued)
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Jim Parks, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Development of the 2011MY Ford Super Duty Diesel Catalyst SystemChristine LambertFord Motor Company
EGR Cooler Deposit AnalysisMichael J. LanceOak Ridge National Laboratory
N2O Emissions From 2010 SCR SystemsKrishna KamasamudramCummins, Inc.
Measurement of Diesel Solid Nanoparticle Emissions Using a Catalytic Stripper for Comparison with Europe's PMP ProtocolHeejung JungUniversity of California, Riverside
EGR Cooler Fouling – Visualization of Deposition and Removal MechanismsDan StylesFord Motor Company
Lower Freezing DEF For Higher NOx Reduction AttainmentTom HighfieldTerra Environmental Technologies
Enhanced Thermal and Gas Flow Performance in a Three-way Catalytic Converter through Use of Insulation within the Ceramic MonolithTimothy LeyVida Holdings Corporation
Poster Presentation Session Part 2: High-Efficiency Engine Technologies and Emission Control Technologies
Gurpreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Terry Levinson, Argonne National Laboratory, Co-Chair
P-01: Physisorption and Chemisorption Methods for Evaluating the Total Surface Area and Active Surface Area of Two Types of Carbon MaterialsKhalid Al-QurashiKing Abdullah University of Science and Technology
P-02: Technology Options for Preventing Urea Tampering and Ensuring Supply of DEF of the Right QualityTim CheyneInteger Research
P-03: A Stochastic Reactor Based Virtual Engine Model employing Detailed Chemistry for Kinetic Studies of In-Cylinder Combustion and Exhaust AftertreatmentKarin FröjdLund Combustion Engineering AB
P-04: Impact of Honeycomb Ceramics Geometrical Cell Design on Urea SCR SystemShuji FujiiNGK Automotive Ceramics USA, Inc.
P-05: Evaluation of 2010 Urea-SCR Technology for Hybrid Vehicles using PSAT System SimulationsZhiming GaoOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-06: Development of Optimal Catalyst Designs and Operating Strategies for Coupled LNT/SCRMichael HaroldUniversity of Houston
P-07: Impact of Real Field Diesel Quality Variability on Engine Emissions and Fuel Consumption – Solutions for Onboard OptimizationEric HermitteSP3H
P-08: Complex System Method to Assess Commercial Vehicle Fuel ConsumptionJohn J. KasabRicardo, Inc.
P-09: Predicting and Utilizing the Vehicle's Past and Future Road GradeJohn NuszkowskiWest Virginia University
P-10: Trends in Particulate NanostructureAndrea StrzelecTexas A&M University
P-11: DOC Efficacy on the Soluble Organic Fraction with Biofuel Blending on a HD-EngineAndrea StrzelecTexas A&M University
P-12: Enhanced NOx Conversion in NH3-SCR over Co-exchanged CU-Fe/zeolite CatalystsAAsima SultanaNational Institute of Advanced Industrial Technology (AIST), Japan
P-13: Fuel Economy Improvements from a Hybrid-Electric/Diesel Powertrain in a Class 4 Parcel Delivery VehicleMatthew ThorntonNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
P-14: Imaging of Diesel Particulate Filters using a High-Flux Neutron SourceTodd J. ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-15: Failure Stress and Apparent Elastic Modulus of Diesel Particulate Filter CeramicsAndrew A. WereszczakOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-16: High Thermal Efficiency and Low Emissions with Supercritical Gasoline Injection-Ignition in a Light Duty EnginePhilip ZoldakTransonic Combustion, Inc.
P-17: Engaging the Next Generation of Automotive Engineers through Advanced Vehicle Technology CompetitionsBrian BenoyArgonne National Laboratory

Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Emission Control Technologies, Part 2 (Concurrent Session)
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
John Storey, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Eulerian CFD Models to Predict Thermophoretic Deposition of Soot Particles in EGR CoolersMehdi AbarhamUniversity of Michigan
Combination & Integration of DPF-SCR AftertreatmentKen RappePacific Northwest National Laboratory
Impact of Biodiesel-Based Na on the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) of NOx Using Cu-zeoliteTodd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
Spatiotemporal Distribution of NOx Storage: a Factor Controlling NH3 and N2O Selectivities over a Commercial LNT CatalystJae-Soon ChoiOak Ridge National Laboratory
Investigation of NO2 Oxidation Kinetics and Burning Mode for Medium Duty Diesel Particulate: Contrasting O2 and NO2 OxidationAndrea StrzelecTexas A&M University
The Effects of Hydrothermal Aging on a Commercial Cu SCR CatalystJong LeePacific Northwest National Laboratory
Overcoming Hydrocarbon Inhibition on Pd-based Diesel Oxidation Catalysts with Rational Catalyst Design ApproachNeeti KapurNanostellar Inc.
Monolithic Metal Oxide based Composite Nanowire Lean NOx Emission Control CatalystsPu-Xian GaoUniversity of Connecticut
Further Improvement of Conventional Diesel NOx Aftertreatment Concepts as Pathway for SULEVHarsha NanjundaswamyFEV Incorporated
High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Part 2 (Concurrent Session)
Roland Gravel, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Robert Wagner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Super Truck - 50% Improvement In Class 8 Freight EfficiencyKevin SiskenDetroit Diesel Corporation
Improving Efficiency and Load Range of Boosted HCCI using Partial Fuel Stratification with Conventional GasolineJohn DecSandia National Laboratory
Optimization of a Turbocharger for High EGR ApplicationsHarold SunFord Motor Company
Effect of Compression Ratio and Piston Geometry on RCCI Load LimitDerek SplitterUniversity of Wisconsin
Advanced Combustion Concepts - Enabling Systems and Solutions (ACCESS) for High Efficiency Light Duty VehiclesHakan YilmazRobert Bosch LLC
Cummins Next Generation Tier 2, Bin 2 Light Truck Diesel EngineMichael RuthCummins, Inc.
Optical Investigation of Pre-ignition in a Direct-Injected Turbocharged Gasoline EnginePatrick HaenelFEV, Inc.
Volvo SuperTruck Overview & ApproachPascal AmarVolvo
Road Mapping Engine Technology for Post-2020 Heavy Duty VehiclesIgor GrudenDetroit Diesel Corporation
High-Efficiency Engine Technologies, Part 2 (Continued-Concurrent Session)
Carl Maronde, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Ron Graves, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Partially Premixed CombustionArne AnderssonVolvo Technology
Simulation of High Efficiency Clean Combustion Engines and Detailed Chemical Kinetic Mechanisms DevelopmentDaniel FlowersLawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Organic Rankine Cycle for Light Duty Passenger VehiclesQuazi HussainFord Motor Company
Development of an ORC System to Improve HD Truck Fuel EfficiencyTom HowellRicardo Inc.
Exhaust Heat Driven Rankine Cycle for a Heavy Duty Diesel EngineSandeep SinghDetroit Diesel Corporation
Demonstrating Fuel Consumption and Emissions Reductions with Next Generation Model-Based Diesel Engine ControlChris AtkinsonAtkinson LLC
Defining Engine Efficiency LimitsDean EdwardsOak Ridge National Laboratory
Thermoelectrics for Vehicle Applications (Concurrent Session)
John Fairbanks, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Tom Avedisian, Cornell University, Co-Chair
Vehicular Thermoelectrics: A New Green TechnologyJohn FairbanksDOE
Combustion Exhaust Gas Heat to Power using Thermoelectric EnginesJohn LaGrandeurAmerigon/BSST LLC
Thermoelectric Conversion of Exhaust Gas Waste Heat into Usable ElectricityGregory MeisnerGeneral Motors
Improving the Efficiency of Light-Duty Vehicle HVAC Systems using Zonal Thermoelectric Devices and Comfort ModelingClay MaranvilleFord
Improving Energy Efficiency by Developing Components for Distributed Cooling and Heating Based on Thermal Comfort Modeling [Thermoelectric (TE) HVAC]Jeffrey BozemanGeneral Motors
Composites for Multi-Energy Conversion & Waste Heat RecoveryH. LiangTexas A&M University
Evaluation of Thermal to Electrical Energy Conversion of High Temperature Skutterudite-Based Thermoelectric ModulesJames SalvadorGeneral Motors
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-01: Evaluation of Biodiesel Fuels from Supercritical Fluid Processing with the Advanced Distillation Curve MethodGeorge AnitescuNational Institute of Standards and Technology
P-02: Volatility of Gasoline and Diesel Fuel Blends for Supercritical Fuel InjectionGeorge AnitescuNational Institute of Standards and Technology
P-03: Unique Hardware and Software Data Acquisition and Processing Solutions in a Small Engine Test Cell for Enhanced Kinetic Engine Modeling AccuracyMichael BunceOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-04: Performance of an Organic Rankine Cycle Waste Heat Recovery System for Light Duty Diesel EnginesBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-05: The Performance of Gasoline Fuels and Surrogates in Gasoline HCCI CombustionBruce BuntingOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-06: Parametric Adaptive Model Based DiagnosticsMatthew FranchekUniversity of Houston
P-07: SESAM FT-IR: A Comparison of the R&D Workhorse to Standard Emission BenchesRichard FrazeeAVL North America
P-08: Evaluating Benefits of Idling Restrictions in a Large Northern CityLinda GainesArgonne National Laboratory
P-10: Investigation of Direct Injection Vehicle Particulate Matter EmissionsJeremy GibbsHoriba Instruments, Inc.
P-11: Biodiesel Impact on Engine Lubricant Oil DilutionXin HeNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
P-12: Investigation of Fuel Quality Impact on the Combustion and Exhaust Emissions of a Turbo-charged SI Engine Operated on low BTU GasesHailin LiWest Virginia University
P-13: Impact of the Fuel Molecular Structure on the Oxidation Process of Real Diesel Fuels According to Storage Conditions and Biodiesel ContentAlain LunatiSP3H
P-14: Blowers for Air Assisted Diesel Particulate Filter RegenerationSki MilburnVAIREX Air Systems
P-15: Comparison of On-Road Portable and Bench Emission MeasurementsRachel MuncriefUniversity of Houston
P-16: Chassis Dynamometer Testing of Parallel and Series Diesel Hybrid BusesRachel MuncriefUniversity of Houston
P-17: Hybrid Braking System for Non-Drive AxlesGuy RiniGTR Development LLC
P-18: Propane-Diesel Dual Fuel for CO2 and NOx ReductionHamid ServatiServotech
P-19: Emissions Effects of Using B20 in the Current Transit Bus FleetPetr SindlerNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
P-20: Impacts of Rail Pressure and Biodiesel Composition on Soot NanostructureTodd ToopsOak Ridge National Laboratory
P-21: Emission Performance of Modern Diesel Engines Fueled with BiodieselAaron WilliamsNational Renewable Energy Laboratory
P-22: Development of a Dynamic DOE Calibration ModelTravis AndersonIAV

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Emission Control Technologies, Part 3 (Concurrent Session)
Ken Howden, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Todd Toops Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Co-Chair
Hydrocarbon fouling of SCR during Premixed Charge Compression Ignition (PCCI) CombustionJim ParksOak Ridge National Laboratory
Advanced Collaborative Emissions Study (ACES)Jacob McDonaldLovelace Respiratory Research Institute
Modeling of Diesel Exhaust Systems: A methodology to better simulate soot reactivityFabien RioultBASF Corporation
EHRS Impact on Engine Warm up and Fuel EconomyEdouard BarrieuFaurecia
Integrated Virtual Lab in Supporting Heavy Duty Engine and Vehicle Emission RulemakingHoushun ZhangEnvironmental Protection Agency
Advanced Collaborative Emissions Study (ACES) Phase 2 Status ReportChristopher TennantCoordinating Research Council
Hydrocarbon and Deposit Morphology Effects on EGR Cooler Deposit Stability and RemovalScott SluderOak Ridge National Laboratory
Challenge in Urea Mixing DesignYong MiaoGeneral Motors
Combining Feedback Absorption Spectroscopy, Amplified Resonance and Low Pressure Sampling for the Measurement of Nitrogen-Containing Compounds in Automotive EmissionsBertrand LanherSensors, Inc.
Fuels and High-Performance Lubricants (Concurrent Session)
Steve Przesmitzki, U.S. Department of Energy, Chair
Glenn Keller, Argonne National Laboratory, Co-Chair
What We Can Learn About the Future by Looking BackJohn LapetzJuniper Engines, Inc.
Biodiesel's Enabling Characteristics in Attaining Low Temperature Diesel CombustionTimothy JacobsTexas A&M University
Lubricants - Pathway to Improving Fuel Efficiency of Legacy Fleet VehiclesGeorge FenskeArgonne National Laboratory
Low Reactivity SI Engine Lubricant ProgramTerry AlgerSouthwest Research Institute
Ethanol Effects on Lean-Burn and Stoichiometric GDI EmissionsJohn StoreyOak Ridge National Laboratory
Cold-Start Performance and Emissions Behavior of Alcohol Fuels in an SIDI Engine Using Transient Hardware-In-Loop Test MethodsAndrew IckesArgonne National Laboratory
Effects of Biomass Fuels on Engine & System Out Emissions for Short Term EnduranceKevin BarnumMack, Volvo Powertrain
Ionic Liquids as Novel Engine Lubricants or Lubricant AdditivesJun QuOak Ridge National Laboratory
Emissions from In-Use NG, Propane, and Diesel Fueled Heavy Duty VehiclesKent JohnsonUniversity of California, Riverside