Understand the design constraints and trade-offs to achieve improved fuel economy, while meeting lower emissions. Receive an overview of engines, torque curves, PV thermodynamics, spark ignition and knock, low temperature combustion, air handling, fuels, fuel systems, exhaust emissions mechanisms, regulations, and after-treatment. You’ll also learn the latest technologies, materials, and controls for better fuel economy and lower emissions.
Who Should Attend?
- Engineers who work for IC engine companies and their suppliers
- Engineers of companies who purchase or use IC engines for their machines
- Technicians and managers in automotive, marine, or small engine markets
- Business associates in marketing, planning, purchasing, project management
Overview of Internal Combustion Engines
Pressure-Volume Analysis, Work, and Power
Applying Thermodynamics in Compression, Combustion, and Expansion
Premix Combustion and Knock
Fuel and Ignition Systems
Fuel Chemistry and Specification
Air Handling in SI Engines
In-Cylinder Combustion SI and LTC Development
Exhaust Emission Mechanisms
SI Exhaust After-treatment
Take this course when it’s offered next!
SI Performance and Low Temperature CombustionCourse #: RA01656
SI Performance and Low Temperature CombustionDate: Mon. March 09, 2020 – Tue. March 10, 2020
Fee covers morning and afternoon breaks, scheduled lunches, and course materials
- CEU: 1.4
- PDH: 14