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Featured Speakers :

Dr. Sam Akehurst
Dr. Sam Akehurst
Reader in Advanced Powertrain Systems
University of Bath
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Baar
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Baar
Combustion Engines
TU Berlin
 Andrew Banks
Andrew Banks
Chief Engineer Heavy Duty Diesel Engines
Ricardo UK Ltd.
 Håkan Björnsson
Håkan Björnsson
Manager Advanced Engine Design
Volvo Car Corporation
 Ragnar Burenius
Ragnar Burenius
Section Concept Leader Dressed Engine
Volvo Car Corporation
 Jan Cortvriend
Jan Cortvriend
Policy Officer DG Environment
European Commission
 Lars Eriksson
Lars Eriksson
Professor in Vehicular Systems, Dept. Electrical Engineering
Linköping University
 Allan Hansen
Allan Hansen
Managing Director
Rotrex A/S
 Mike Lau
Mike Lau
Senior Engineering Specialist Engine Air Management Systems & Solutions
Eaton Germany GmbH
 Francesco Lerda
Francesco Lerda
Turbo Team - Design Responsible Engineer Coordinator
CNH Industrial
 Xavier Llamas
Xavier Llamas
PhD. Student Vehicular Systems, Dept. Electrical Engineering
Linköping University
 Efraim Massimiliano Mazza
Efraim Massimiliano Mazza
Turbocharger System Engineer
CNH Industrial
 Sebastien Potteau
Sebastien Potteau
Engine and System Department Manager
Valeo S.A.
 Olivier Varnier
Olivier Varnier
Performance & Air Path Attribute Leader
Jaguar Land Rover Ltd.

Advanced Downsizing & Turbocharging

In order to keep up with the requirements of emission legislation even more advanced concepts of turbocharging are an important tool to meet the ambitious emission targets of Euro 7 and worldwide light vehicle driving test cycle in terms of HC reduction and hence raising the engines performance. Thus, spark ignition (SI) and compressor ignition (CI) engines are the core product for gaining more efficiency and economy through sophisticated engine technology such as downsizing and turbocharging. Nowadays, downsizing technology requires a higher demand on the dynamic response. To keep up with this challenge smaller exhaust gas turbochargers, multi-stage boosting and variable geometry of turbines should help to assure a dynamic response. Also electrical energy supported by an additional electric charge is seen as an effective solution to make boost pressure temporarily available. 

IQPC`s 8th conference "Advanced Downsizing & Turbocharging" is designed to be a networking platform for all experts, who are involved in the development of the boosting technology as well as engine designers, component manufacturers and the supplier industry to ensure maximum knowledge transfer and professional exchange and learn how to:  

  • Find out about turbocharger lubrication – how to kill a turbocharger at cold start
  • Discover innovative boosting concepts to maximize engine`s performance
  • Discuss about upcoming emission targets and its impact on turbocharging and downsizing technology
  • See how to improve performance of turbocharger by showing that it is optimal to oscillate the waste gate in a periodic way
  • Discover advanced technologies to optimize boosting systems by focusing on transient response and engine efficiency
  • Learn innovative approaches to meet the challenges of weight reduction in an extreme environment

Discover latest innovations of e-boosting and perfect system integration. 
We look forward to meeting you there. If you are interested to give a presentation please contact Simone.Lange@iqpc.de or call +49 (0)30 20 913 410.

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