3rd International Conference Advanced Emission Control Concepts for Gasoline Engines 2014

Update on emission legislation – Latest strategies to reduce PM and CO2 – Innovation on particulate filter technology.

19-21 May 2014 at Lindner Congress Hotel, Dusseldorf, Germany

Economics, Business

3rd International Conference Advanced Emission Control Concepts for Gasoline Engines 2014 19-21 May 2014 Lindner Congress Hotel, Dusseldorf, Germany
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The reduction of pollutants and especially particulate matter for gasoline direct injection engines is an important topic which still is being scrutiniced by governmental authorities all over the world. As a matter of fact CO2 emissions and toxic exhaust gas such as nanoparticulates are to be reduced. In order to adhere to future regulations of the EU6c, technological standards of exhaust aftertreatment systems for gasoline engines will have to be improved through in engine emission control or gasoline particulate filter technology? Let us face the challenge!

In order to adhere to future regulations of the EU6c, technological standards of exhaust aftertreatment systems for gasoline engines will have to be improved through in engine emission control or gasoline particulate filter technology? Let us face the challenge!

In this conference you will:
Discuss about long and short term trends in gasoline vehicle emissions and find out about the latest developments in particulate control, three way catalysts and lean NOx
Learn about benefits and important features of coated GPF systems for Euro 6c with soot regeneration effects in coated and uncoated filters
Get insight into the potential and limits of changes to engine hardware and engine control strategies and the addition of a non-catalyzed gasoline particulate filter (c-GPF)
Find out about the next generation of comprehensive emission control for direct injecting gasoline engines and durability test results and durability part analyses
Learn about a comparison of fuel-cut ageing during retardation and fuelcut during acceleration and discover hydrocarbon cracking on the surface of a catalyst.

Price: €2,549

When
From: May 19, 2014 09:00
To: May 21, 2014 17:00
Where

Lindner Congress Hotel, 130 Lütticher Straße, 40547, Dusseldorf, Germany

Category

Economics, Business

Contact email
andrea.meiborg@iqpc.de

Contact phone
4930 2091 3274

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