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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...