9-11 May 2017
New Century Hotel Frankfurt Offenbach, Offenbach am Main, Germany

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Presentation on the application of CVT supercharging technology

Most diesel engines are already equipped with a turbocharger, now engine developers are increasingly focusing on finding solutions for boosted gasoline engines.

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive presentation, made by Dr. Sam Akehurst, Advanced Powertrain Systems at University of Bath in United Kingdom on the topic of "The application of CVT supercharging technology to downsized gasoline engines". 

View the full presentation here.

New Ways of Turbocharging Heavy Commercial Vehicles Report

Unlike mainstream passenger car engines that have only recently turned to forced induction, heavy commercial and off-highway vehicles have relied on turbocharging for several decades, with turbochargers having been around for more than 110 years. 

These large displacement commercial-vehicle engines are commonly fitted with state of the art turbochargers to increase their power output, reduce fuel consumption and, most recently, to dramatically lower emissions of both harmful particulates and greenhouse gasses.

Automotive IQ has written an exclusive free report on the topic of "New Ways of Turbocharging the Heavies!".

Download the full report for free here. 

Turbocharging: Fuel Efficiency and the Path to EVs

EU emission targets have driven significant changes to drivetrain technology in the automotive industry over the last 20 years. Demands for reduced CO2 and NOx pollution have led OEMs to invest in a range of technologies such as turbocharging and downsized engines to meet ever more stringent directives.

However, in light of the VW diesel scandal and improved test cycles due for implementation in the coming years, even more efficiency gains are required, and it remains to be seen which technologies will prove effective in the long term.

Automotive IQ has written an exclusive free article on the topic of "Turbocharging: Fuel Efficiency and the Path to EVs". Download here.

Interview with Nicholas Anton from Scania CV AB

Exclusive interview with Nicholas Anton from Scania CV AB. Read the interview here.

Presentation on Advanced Technologies to Optimize Boosting Systems

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Baar, Technische Universität Berlin, gave a presentation at last years Downsizing and Turbocharging event about "Advanced technologies to optimize boosting systems by focusing on transient response and engine efficiency".

Learn more about the following aspects in his presentation:

  • Comparison of technologies
  • Advanced turbocharger model (pulsation, heat transfer and T4, friction)
  • Summary and future potentials

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