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COMBUSTION ENGINES AND FUELS GROUP

INjECTION SYSTEMS FOR IC ENGINES


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13-14 May 2009 Institution of Mechanical Engineers, One Birdcage Walk, London
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Improve fuel economy Design and build more environmentally friendly vehicles Meet, greet and network with fuel systems manufacturers Find collaborators for future projects

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INjECTION SYSTEMS FOR IC ENGINES


The Laperouze Report, adopted by European Parliament in February 2009, demands a 25-40% reduction in emissions by 2020. Reducing fuel consumption is an important part of this, and fuel injection technology has a key part to play. Injection Systems for IC Engines is a unique event focusing on the latest technology for state-of-the-art system design, characterisation, measurement and modelling. The conference will cover all technological aspects of diesel and gasoline fuel injection systems. This will range from fundamental fuel spray theory, component design, to effects on engine performance, fuel economy and emissions.
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Technicians, engineers, engineering managers from vehicle manufacturers, engine manufacturers for highway and off-highway, related component manufacturers, consultants, students and academic staff from universities and institutions. THE FUEL INjECTION SYSTEM IS THE HEART OF THE MODERN COMBUSTION ENGINE. FUTURE DEVELOPMENT IN FIE WILL CONTINUE TO PLAY A SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN THE NExT GENERATION OF HIGH EFFICIENCY, LOW EMISSION COMBUSTION ENGINES.
profeSSor Hua ZHao, DIRECTOR, CEnTRE FOR ADvAnCED POWERTRAIn AnD FUELS RESEARCh, SChOOL OF EnGInEERInG AnD DESIGn, BRUnEL UnIvERSITy

technical insight into the latest offering from fuel injection suppliers about the latest techniques in characterisation, measurement and modelling of fuel systems the latest research into fuel injection systems behaviour the effects of biofuels on fuel injection equipment your knowledge of fuel injection systems for heavy-duty engines future trends in fuel systems your questions answered by key practitioners the future of injection systems with OEMs, component manufacturers, consultants and academics

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INjECTION SYSTEMS FOR IC ENGINES 13-14 MAY 2009 ONE BIRDCAGE WALk, LONDON SW1H 9jj
DAY 1 13 MAY 2009 09.00 REGISTRATION 09:30 CHAIRMANS WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION
Dr roy Horrocks, Diesel fuel Systems, ford Motor Company

12:00 THE BREAkTHROUGH OF COMMON RAIL SYSTEM: CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL STRATEGY USING AN INjECTOR WITH BUILT-IN PRESSURE SENSOR
o Herrmann, H Schwab, M nakagawa, Denso germany M Miyaki, K takeuchi, K ishizuka, S Sasaki, Denso Corporation, Japan

15.30 COMPLEx CAVITATION STRUCTURES IN DIESEL FUEL INjECTOR NOzzLES


M gavaises, a andriotis, D papoulias, e giannadakis, C arcoumanis, City university London, uK

15:50 THE CHARACTERISATION OF DIESEL CAVITATING FLOW USING TIME-RESOLVED LIGHT SCATTERING
r.D. Lockett, L. Liverani, D. thaker, C. arcoumanis, School of engineering & Mathematical Sciences, City university London, uK

SESSION 1 APPLICATION 09:40 kEYNOTE ADDRESS VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS REqUIREMENTS FOR FUTURE DIESEL AND GASOLINE FUEL INjECTION SYSTEMS
Dr Hermann Breitbach, Senior Manager fuel injection and Charging components, Daimler ag, germany

12:20 THE 2000BAR COMMON RAIL SYSTEM FOR PASSENGER CARS AND LIGHT DUTY APPLICATIONS
o M. fein, u gordon, u projahn robert Bosch, Diesel Systems System Development germany

12.40 DISCUSSION 13:00 LUNCH SESSION 3 BIOFUELS


Chaired by Mike Kenhard, Diesel engineering Manager, Denso Sales uK

16:10 INVESTIGATION ON INFLUENCING PARAMETERS OF DEPOSIT FORMATION IN NOzzLE ORIFICES OF DI DIESEL ENGINES
J tang, S pischinger, institute of Combustion engines, rWtH aachen university, germany

10:10 A NEW INjECTION STRATEGY WITH HIGH POTENTIAL TO MINIMISE SOOT AND NOx EMISSIONS FOR DIESEL ENGINES WITH DIRECT INjECTION
u Wagner, a Velji, S Merkel, u Spicher, universitaet Karlsruhe (tH), institute for reciprocating engines, germany

16.30 DISCUSSION 16.50 SAE PRESIDENTS ADDRESS ELECTROMAGNETIC DESIGN OF A NOVEL MICROWAVE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE IGNITION SOURCE, THE qUARTER WAVE COAxIAL CAVITY IGNITER
J e Smith, president, Sae international

10:30 CHARACTERISING INjECTION SYSTEM BEHAVIOUR UNDER REAL OPERATING CONDITIONS


D gill, H Kammerstetter, J erhart, L Brgler, M Werner, aVL List, germany

14:00 EFFECTS OF kEY PROPERTIES OF TWO BIODIESEL FUELS ON INjECTION, COMBUSTION AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF A DC-CI ENGINE
p rao, B rao, andhra university, india

10:50 DISCUSSION 11:10 BREAk SESSION 2 FIE HARDWARE


Chaired by Dr rainer Jorach, Chief engineer Dfp Cr pumps, Delphi Diesel Systems

14:20 FIE DEVELOPMENT WITH HFO AND ALTERNATIVE FUELS ON MEDIUM-SPEED DIESEL ENGINES
D Jay, Wrtsil finland oy, finland

17.20 DAY 1 CLOSING COMMENTS 18.30 CONFERENCE DINNER


Cabinet War rooms and Winston Churchill Museum

14.40 DISCUSSION 15:00 BREAk SESSION 4 NOzzLE FLOW


Chaired by Denis gill, project Manager, aVL List

11:40 AN INNOVATIVE STATEOF-THE-ART DIRECT-ACTING DIESEL INjECTOR


S Zlch, M Cooke, M Hardy, n Milovanovic, Delphi Diesel Systems, uK

The conference dinner will be held at the preserved historic site underneath Westminster where Winston Churchill and his War Cabinet met. For further information please visit cwr.iwm.org.uk. Delegates should register for the Conference Dinner by ticking the appropriate box on the registration form. Places are limited.

DAY 2 14 MAY 2009 09.00 CHAIRMANS WELCOME


roy Horrocks, Diesel fuel Systems, ford Motor Company, uK

11:50 METHODS AND CRITERIA FOR FUEL INjECTOR INTEGRATION IN BOOSTED GASOLINE DIRECT INjECTION ENGINES
e Winklhofer, H fuchs, W Hopfner, p Kapus, aVL List, germany

SESSION 5 APPLICATION
Chaired by philip Hore, project Director, ricardo uK

09:05 kEYNOTE ADDRESS


Dr ing Detlev Schoeppe, engineering Director Diesel Systems, Delphi Diesel Systems, uK

12.10 INFLUENCE OF FUEL PROPERTIES ON SPRAY FORMATION AND EVAPORATION MEASURED ON A PIEzOELECTRIC INjECTOR FOR SECOND-GENERATION GASOLINE DIRECT INjECTION
M Wensing, L Zigan, i Schmitz, a flgel, a Leipertz, friedrich alexandre universitt erlangennrnberg, germany

COMBUSTION ENGINES AND FUELS GROUP

09:35 TRENDS REGARDING NEW DIESEL INjECTION SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENT TOOLS FOR REDUCED EMISSIONS AND FUEL CONSUMPTION
r Marohn, S rakowski, M Brauer, iaV, germany

12.30 IN-NOzzLE CAVITATING FLOW AND AMBIENTTEMPERATURE EFFECTS IN HIGH-PRESSURE MULTI-HOLE GASOLINE SPRAYS
n Mitroglou, J nouri, C arcoumanis, City university London, uK

Dr roy Horrocks, Ford Motor Company prof Dinos arcoumanis, City University London Dr andreas pfeifer, Siemens vDO Automotive AG Mr Denis gill, AvL List Mr arun Srinivasan, Robert Bosch Dr ralf Schernewski, Robert Bosch Mr ian Larbey, Robert Bosch Mr gary Kempen, Continental Automotive UK Mr Mike Kenhard, Denso Sales UK Mr philip Hore, Ricardo UK Dr rainer Jorach, Delphi Diesel Systems the Committee would like to thank: Automobile Division and Thermofluids Group

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09.55 CHARACTERISATION OF MIxTURE FORMATION OF A NOVEL DIRECTLY ACTUATED INjECTOR


f atzler, o Kastner, a pfeifer, a Weigand, Continental automotive gmbH, germany

12.50 DISCUSSION 13.10 LUNCH SESSION 7 HEAVY-DUTY/ LARGE ENGINES


Chaired by arun Srinivasan, robert Bosch

14.50 LARGE ENGINE INjECTION SYSTEMS FOR FUTURE EMISSION LEGISLATION


C Kendlbacher, robert Bosch ag, austria

10.25 DIESEL FUEL INjECTION EqUIPMENT HEAT REjECTION


r Lawther, ford Motor Company, uK

15.10 DISCUSSION 15.30 BREAk SESSION 8 FUTURE TRENDS IN FUEL SYSTEMS


Chaired by roy Horrocks, Diesel fuel Systems, ford Motor Company

10.45 DISCUSION 11.00 BREAk SESSION 6 GASOLINE


Chaired by professor Dinos arcoumanis, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, City university London and Mathematical Sciences, City university London

14.10 INVESTIGATION OF FUEL INjECTION STRATEGIES ON A LOW-PARTICULATE COMBUSTION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME FOR TIER 4 LEGISLATION
f Conicella, r Cornwell, S fagg, J Mullineux, ricardo uK Ltd, uK

14.30 ULTRA-HIGH PRESSURE COMMON RAIL SYSTEMS


M graham, n Keeler, J Kewley, Delphi Diesel Systems, uK

11.30 IMPROVING GASOLINE FUEL ECONOMY WITH A FAST, SOLENOID-BASED DIRECT INjECTOR
W f piock, g Hoffmann, H Husted, g ramsay, Delphi powertrain Systems, Luxembourg

15.55 THIS SESSION WILL INCLUDE ORAL PRESENTATIONS AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO POSE qUESTIONS TO LEADING INDUSTRY ExPERTS 16.55 CLOSING REMARkS

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