Powertrain International Lectures

2017-25MY GHG/CAFE Rule Update Mass Reduction Implications


Advanced Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems for Vehicle Electrification – 2016


Advanced Research into Post-Li Ion Battery in Toyota Research Institute of North America – 2016


Battery Propulsion Technology Trends


Catalyst-Based Emission Control: What Does the Future Hold?


Cold Start Concept (CSC™) Catalysts for Future Emission Regulations


Defining Energy Storage System Requirements Based Upon Passenger Vehicle Fleet Needs


Emissions Challenges and Opportunities for Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition on a Light-Duty Multi-Cylinder Engine


Evaluation of SCRF Performance with Different Design Parameters Using Computational Model


Exhaust Temperature Improvement Using Cylinder Deactivation for a MD and HD Engines & Aftertreatment Temperature Challenge at Low Loads

Lectures $39 each


High Energy Battery Material Research and Automotive Target Modeling


Rapidly Pulsed Reductants in Diesel NOX Reduction with Lean NOX Traps – 2016


SCR Based After Treatment Architectures for Low Tailpipe No2 Emissions


The Diesel Engine: Looking to the Future


The Future of Diesel: Evidence from a High-Volume Passenger Car Real-World Test Program in Europe


Lectures $39 each