SCR - Selective Catalytic Reduction

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With the global drive to reduce the level of NOx and CO2 emissions from diesel engine exhausts, Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) systems with high conversion efficiency will be the key to providing cost effective solutions to the industry. The EU's upcoming regulations for the implementation of PEMS (Portable Emission Measurement Equipment) measurements in regard of Real Driving Emissions (RDE) will increase the requirements for the performance of SCR systems: Highest efficiency will be required under a wide range of operating conditions.

Moreover, the industry trend goes to an integration of different functions within the system. The combination of DPF and SCR coated catalyst reduces the weight of the whole system, but has caused several technical challenges that have not yet been fully solved.
The SCR-coated DPF has to stand tightened requirements of robustness and efficiency. Due to fuel saving measures, exhaust gas temperatures become lower, which highly affects the performance and requirements of the system.

- Exchange with international experts on how to incorporate SCR technology with all its various components in existing vehicle platforms
- Hear about the latest innovations in validation and testing and examine methods for sensors, catalysts and OBD functions with regard to DeNOx –technologies
- Discuss with leading specialists on how SCR system space can be optimized and sufficient exhaust system temperatures be achieved without compromising fuel consumption
- Develop strategies on how to best prepare your SCR development strategies for reducing real driving emissions

Discuss pressing topics with e.g. Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology at Honda R&D Europe, Bret Zimmerman, SCR Calibration Senior Engineer at Ford Motor Company or Dr. Thomas Garbe, Team Leader Fuels at Volkswagen AG...

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SCR - Selective Catalytic Reduction

  1. 1. Benefit from our interactive introductory session: Introduction to SCR: Beginners guide to mobile source NOx reduction 6th International Conference Selective Catalytic Reduction AdBlue infrastructure – system and component innovation – simulation and modelling innovation 28 – 29 April 2014 | Stuttgart Marriott Hotel Sindelfingen www.scr-systems.de/MM • Exchange with international experts on how to incorporate SCR ­technology with all its various components in existing vehicle platforms Chairman: Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology, Automobile Engineering and Research, Honda RD Europe, Germany • iscuss with leading specialists on how SCR packaging can be D ­optimized and sufficient exhaust system temperatures be achieved w ­ ithout compromising fuel consumption • evelop strategies on how to best prepare your SCR development D ­strategies for reducing real driving emissions Highlight speakers include | Dr. Thomas Garbe, Team leader Fuels, Volkswagen AG, Germany Thomas Gallner, Director Lighthouse Program Highly Efficient Vehicle, Systems Technologies Automotive, Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany Nicolai Schumacher, Global Manager SCR, Kautex Textron GmbH Co KG, Germany Thomas Laible, Diploma engineer, Aftertreatment, RWTH Aachen University, Germany F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.scr-systems.de/MM E Bret Zimmerman, Diesel OBD Sr. Engineer, Ford Motor Company, USA SA V • Volkswagen AG, Germany • Wärtsilä Switzerland Ltd. • Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany • Kautex Textron GmbH Co KG, Germany • Haldor Topsøe A/S, Denmark • NGK EUROPE GmbH, Germany • Ford Motor Company, USA • WTH Aachen, Germany R • onda RD Europe, H Germany u Ea p t rly o € B 7 31 a ird 00, nd s Ja i w nu pa f yo ith ar y b u ou bo r y 20 y ok 14 ! Don’t miss our high level speaker faculty: To Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 • ear about the latest innovations in validation and testing and examine H ­ methods for sensors, catalysts and OBD functions with regard to DeNOx – technologies
  2. 2. Selective Catalytic Reduction 28 – 29 April 2014 | Stuttgart Marriott Hotel Sindelfingen Conference Day One | Monday, 28 April 2014 08.30 Registration and welcome coffee 16:00 Who is who Learn about your peers. Discover who else is participating in the conference. 09:15 Afternoon coffee and networking opportunity 16.30 Speakers' Corner Debate the core issues surrounding an important topic with selected speakers of the day. Opening remarks by conference chairman Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology, Honda RD Europe, Germany Host: Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology, Honda RD Europe, Germany Interactive Introductory Session 17 .00 Closing remarks by conference chairman and end of c­ nference day one o 09.30 Introduction to SCR: Beginners guide to mobile source NOx reduction This interactive session will provide an intensive introduction ­ to SCR technologies and methods. The workshop is designed to provide basic knowledge, which will be d ­ eepened throughout the conference program. • Chemistry behind SCR • Adblue injection hardware and controls • Packaging and emissions The session includes a coffee break and networking opportunity of 30 minutes at 11.00 o‘clock Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology, Automobile Engineering and Research, Honda RD Europe, Germany 18:00 Join us for an informal evening get-together with drinks! This is an excellent opportunity for you to meet the other attendees and make new business contacts. Bret Zimmerman, Diesel OBD Sr. Engineer, Ford Motor Company, USA Media partner: 13.00 Networking luncheon Become a member of Automotive IQ and receive complimentary access to resources that will keep you informed at the forefront of industry trends and developments. You will receive access to our growing library of articles and interviews, multi-media presentations, w ­ ebinars and whitepapers from industry leaders, a weekly email newsletter updating you on new content that has been added and special member-only discounts on events. SCR system efficiency and robustness 14:30 SCR for large diesel engines – opportunities and ­constraints • Legislation for marine and stationary diesel engines • Operation profiles and typical fuel composition • Pre-turbocharger arrangement of SCR as a solution for low exhaust gas temperatures and system downsizing • Difficulties for pre-turbocharger SCR systems Dr. Daniel Peitz, Expert 2-stroke Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Systems Development Validation, Wärtsilä Switzerland Ltd. 15:15 Laboratory Gas Bench (LGB), the efficient way to calibrate ­ and validate catalysts, sensors and OBD functions ­ • Technical specifications of new LGB • Examination methods for sensors, catalysts and OBD functions regarding DeNOx – technologies • Using LGB to investigate combined aftertreatment s ­ ystems LNT + SCR To Register Thomas Laible, Diploma engineer, Aftertreatment, Institute for Combustion Engines, RWTH Aachen University, Germany | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | F DieselNet is an internet information service on clean diesel engines, engine emissions and related topics including emission regulations, emission control technologies, measurement, health, and environmental effects. DieselNet is addressed to engineers, researchers and s ­ tudents working with diesel emissions, as well as to diesel engine users who have to deal with emission related problems. DieselNet is in part a subscription-based service. DieselNet subscribers receive access to DieselNet Technology Guide - a collection of comprehensive online technical reference papers on diesel e ­ mission control - and a monthly email newsletter, DieselNet Update (ISSN 1718-3537) covering regulatory, technical, and b ­ usiness news in diesel engines and emission technologies. www.dieselnet.com Innovations in simulation and modelling Become a member here: www.automotive-iq.com/member-signup/ +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.scr-systems.de/MM
  3. 3. Selective Catalytic Reduction 28 – 29 April 2014 | Stuttgart Marriott Hotel Sindelfingen Conference Day Two | Tuesday, 29 April 2014 08:30 Registration and welcome coffee 13:00 IDDI-session: The development of an AdBlue Who is who Learn about your peers. Discover who else is participating in the conference. ­infrastructure Engage in a vivid discussion bringing together different opinions regarding the responsibilities and limits of an AdBlue infrastructure 13:30 Networking luncheon 09:15 Opening remarks by conference chairman Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology, Automobile Engineering and Research, Honda RD Europe, Germany Innovations in SCR-systems and components 15:00 SCR tank system development • SCR market expectations • SCR tank system supplier challenges • Tank system validation • Tank system innovations 09:30 SCR in the Real World • Actual vehicle emissions • Control philosophy • Low cost / high value Bret Zimmerman, Diesel OBD Sr. Engineer, Ford Motor Company, USA Nicolai Schumacher, Global Manager SCR, Kautex Textron GmbH Co KG, Germany 15:45 Efficient vanadia based SCR for future legislations • High temperature stable vanadia based SCR • Vanadia based SCR on DPF • Vanadia robustness and safety Legislation/Standardization/Harmonization 10:15 Status of regulation and test cycles • Status CO2 regulation • Status emission regulation • Test cycles 16:30 Advanced ceramic materials for SCR systems to comply ­ with Eu6/VI, SULEV30 and beyond • Effective SCR for LDV, HDV and NRMM with low CO2 emission • Advantages of High Porosity High Cell Density Substrates for SCR • Integrated SCR function on High Porosity SiC and Cordierite DPF Thomas Gallner, Director Lighthouse Program Highly Efficient Vehicle, Systems Technologies Automotive, Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany 11:00 Speed networking session Henrik Bentzer, Research Engineer, Haldor Topsøe A/S, Denmark Broaden your network and identify potential business partners by taking the chance to connect in an interactive 30-minute-session with fellow delegates. Don’t forget your business cards! Dipl. Ing. Claus Dieter Vogt, Chief Technical Officer Europe America, NGK EUROPE GmbH, Germany 17:15 Networking afternoon coffee 11:45 Morning coffee and networking opportunity 17:45 U-Drive AdBlue-Update: Developments, Forecasts, Infrastructure 12:15 Development of the AdBlue infrastructure for ­passenger cars • Development of passenger car SCR Fleet • Evaluation of possibilities for AdBlue refill • Status of gas station pilot test executed by Shell, VW, Audi, Mercedes and BMW • Results and customer awareness of the gas station test To Register Dr. Thomas Garbe, Team Leader Fuels, Engine Development, Volkswagen AG, Germany | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 88 | Create your own agenda! Is there a burning issue you would love to see discussed that is not on the agenda? Nominate the subject you would love to hear about and if there is consensus from your peer group we will endeavour to find an expert to address it, failing that we will moderate a group discussion on the topic in question. 18:15 Closing remarks by conference chairman Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powertrain Technology, Automobile Engineering and Research, Honda RD Europe, Germany End of Conference F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E eq@iqpc.de | www.scr-systems.de/MM
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