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15th International CTI Conference

SCR Systems

with included session concerning Off-Highway CTI - Car Training Institute ConferenceJuly 1 and 2, 2019, Stuttgart, Germany

Program

Monday, 1 July 2019

9.30
Registration with coffee and tea

10.00
Welcome address and introduction by CTI and the chair
Prof. Dr Werner Müller, Former Professor at the Combustion Engines Department, Technical University of Kaiserslautern

Emissions and immissions at urban areas

10.10
Contribution of CV Diesel engines to the urban emissions and immissions

  • NO2 emissions and immissions in Stuttgart and Germany
  • History of SCR development for CV Diesel until EURO VI & future emission limit EURO VIE
  • In-Service-Conformity ISC and PEMS – New challenge for the SCR development

Prof. Dr Uwe Gärtner, Head of Advanced Engineering & Technical Benchmark, Daimler AG

10.40
Challenges and opportunities for exhaust aftertreatment of commercial vehicles, under consideration of the next stages of regulation of greenhouse and exhaust gases

  • Challenges of extrem emission limits
  • System design to meet future requirements

Alexandre Branco, Director CES Engineering Europe, Cummins

11.10
Real-world Emissions Testing and published results enabling smarter policy and consumer decisions

  • How are Euro 6d-TEMP vehicles performing based upon our tests?
  • EQUA Urban cycle now CEN standard (CWA17379), methodology, results and potential market and policy impact
  • Has CO2 been forgotten, is WLTP really representative?

Nick Molden, CEO, Emissions Analytics

11.40
Q&A

11.55
Networking break with coffee and tea

Innovative SCR applications

12.25
Challenges on the EATS development for OFF-ROAD application

  • Different market requirements (emission, fuel)
  • Diversity of the machine application
  • Liebherr solution to cover this diversity (SCR only technology, SCR Filter technology)

Nicolas Belle, Development Engineer Exhaust Aftertreatment, Liebherr Machines

12.55
Compact stage V aftertreatment-system for rail application

  • Challenges for stage V after-treatment for railway engines
  • Choice of the catalysts for the AT system
  • System design and verification

Dr Svetlana Iretskaya, Head of Research and Development, Interkat Catalyst

13.25
Module strategy – MTU powerpack

  • Motivation
  • Approach module strategy
  • Approach exhaust aftertreatment system

Andreas Roll, Project Lead Module Strategy, MTU Friedrichshafen

13.55
Q&A

14.10
Networking lunch

Analytics and Testing

15.15
On-road emission testing: Multi-gas embeddable measurement system “ELEMENTS” vs certified PEMS

  • Setup and emission test procedure
  • Real-world performance of low-cost system compared to a certified PEMS on various vehicles and test conditions
  • Perspectives of UV absorption technology in vehicle exhaust testing

Dr Philipp Schiffmann, Research Engineer, IFP Energies nouvelles

15.45
Automotive emission analytics & testing – powered by Big Data technologies

  • Tightening legislation requirements lead to growing amounts and complexity of data
  • BigData technologies are applicable to automotive use cases
  • Concept of analysis development from proof-of-concept phase to widely applicable tool framework for industrial R&D departments

Dr Tobias Abthoff, Managing Director, NorCom Information Technology

16.15
Title to be confirmed
Benjamin Thibout, Commercial Vehicle Product Line Director, Faurecia

16.45
Q&A

17.00
Networking break with coffee and tea

17.30
INTERACTIVE – CREATIVE – SOLUTION-ORIENTED

Roundtable session
Participate in our roundtable discussions and exchange experiences with delegates and speakers. Choose and discuss about 2 out of 4 topics for 25 minutes each.


18.25
Presentation of roundtable session results

18.45
Networking & drinks
After the first conference day CTI cordially invites you to take the opportunity to network and exchange experiences in a relaxed atmosphere.

Tuesday, 2 July 2019

8.30
Welcome with coffee and tea

9.00
Welcome address and introduction by the chair
Prof. Dr Werner Müller

9.10
Policies and measures to control off‐road emissions

  • Emissions Legislation in Europe & UNECE Regulation 96
  • Technical solutions and certificates
  • Control and retrofitting

Helge Jahn, Department I 2.2 Pollutant reduction and energy saving in transport, German Federal Environment Agency

Low temperature activity

9.40
Exhaust Heating System to Help Meet Future Emissions Legislations

  • Future legislations are requiring much lower CO2 and NOx emissions
  • Research is showing that traditional engine-based heating methods will not be sufficient to heat the aftertreatment system
  • Electric exhaust heating can provide engine OEMs with a useful tool to help improve the effectiveness of the engine and aftertreatment system in meeting the future legislations

Jeff Diestelmeier, Director, Global Business Segment, Watlow

10.10
Highly efficient, integrated aftertreatment solutions for near zero emission powertrains

  • Integrated thermal management approach

Dr Christoph Menne, Managing Director, HJS Emission Technology

10.40
Q&A

10.55
Networking break with coffee and tea

Retrofit and system components

11.25
Retrofit aftertreatment technology for in-use HD vehicles

  • Retrofit aftertreatment systems for on-road heavy duty vehicles
  • On-line emission monitoring technology
  • Successful cases and lessons to learn

Arno Amberla, Vice President, Proventia Oy

11.55
Off-road SCR injection system with dual pump

  • Air assisted system show smaller urea droplets
  • The combined pump has both media, the urea and the air supply
  • Space, control unit and power consumption for the pump is reduced due to combination of both pump elements

Bernd Niethammer, CEO, ITAZ GmbH

12.25
Passion for Exhaust Gas Treatment: Denoxtronic 5.3 for PC/LD from Bosch
Bruno Hans Dieners, Product Management Exhaust Gas Treatment, Robert Bosch GmbH

12.55
Q&A

13.10
Networking lunch

14.10
Development of SCR mixers for EU6 heavy duty in emerging markets

  • Modularity – scaling for engine sizes, vehicle application variants and dosing units
  • Development – Design verification by CFD and FEA
  • Validation - NOx distribution and deposits

Kasper Steen Andersen, Head of Product Management ATS, Technology, Dinex A/S

14.40
Reduction of emissions in vehicles with an exhaust mass flow sensor

  • Capabilities and advantages of a mass flow sensor in EGR and PEMS
  • Development and ceramic manufacturing technologies of robust and high temperature exhaust sensors
  • Characteristics and pulsation behavior

Carolin Lohrberg, R&D, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems

15.10
Q&A

15.20
Networking break

Innovative V-based catalysts

15.35
New potentials of Ti-W-V catalysts in upcoming on- and off-road applications

  • Challenges of future legislation
  • Introduction of key parameters of SCR design
  • Developments to overcome the trade-off of low temperature activity or high temperature stability

Dr Irene Begsteiger, Senior Manager for Applied Technology, IBIDEN Porzellanfabrik Frauenthal

16.05
Activation and stability of vanadium SCR-catalysts

  • Optimisation of the vanadium content
  • Influence of calcination on activity and stability
  • Vanadates as active component & silicon dioxide as stabilising agent

Prof. Dr Oliver Kröcher, Head of Bioenergy and Catalysis Laboratory, Paul Scherrer Institute

16.35
Q&A

16.45
End of conference