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Cross-Cut Lean Exhaust Emissions Reduction Simulations

2011 DOE Crosscut Workshop
on Lean Emissions Reduction Simulation
April 19th - 21st, 2011
University of Michigan - Dearborn, 4901 Evergreen Road, Dearborn, Michigan 48128

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  • Diesel Particle Filters
  • Selective Catalytic Reduction
  • Lean NOx Traps
  • Oxidation and Reformer Catalysts
  • Hydrocarbon Traps
  • Emissions Control Systems Integration
  • On-Board Diagnostics
  • Share updates and experience on the latest developments for these technologies and corresponding simulation tools
  • Enhance emissions control collaboration among industry, government and universities
  • Update recognition of key research priorities
CLEERS workshops are intended as informal but tightly focused forums for sharing recent research results on understanding and simulating lean exhaust emissions control. Joint participation by researchers in government, universities, and industry is encouraged. This is the 14th workshop in a series sponsored by the DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies and the DOE Diesel Crosscut Team. The results of the workshop discussions will be documented for the DOE Office of Transportation Technology (OTT) for consideration in improving R&D priorities and technical focus in DOE-supported transportation programs.
About the 2011 Workshop

The next CLEERS workshop will be hosted by University of Michigan at their Dearborn Campus in Detroit from April 19th through 21st, 2011. Diesel particulate filters (DPF), selective catalytic reduction (SCR), lean NOx traps (LNTs), oxidation and reformer catalysts, hydrocarbon traps and emissions control systems integration will be the major discussion themes. As with the previous CLEERS workshops, this will be a public meeting open to all who are interested in the most recent developments in understanding and simulating the performance of these devices under realistic conditions.

The workshop agenda will include invited presentations by internationally prominent researchers and an invited panel of experts in integrated vehicle systems simulation. Contributed presentations of 20-30 minutes are also invited from interested parties. Those who are interested in making such presentations should contact one of the following topical coordinators:

  • DPF technology - Mark Stewart, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, email Mark.Stewart@pnl.gov, phone 509-375-2179 or Chris Rutland, University of Wisconsin, email rutland@engr.wisc.edu, phone 608-262-5853
  • SCR technology - Jong Lee, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, email jong.lee@pnl.gov, phone 509-371-6265 or John Kirwan, Delphi, email john.e.kirwan@delphi.com, phone 248-836-1879
  • LNT technology, oxidation and reformer catalysts, hydrocarbon traps and system integration - Stuart Daw, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, email dawcs@ornl.gov, phone 865-946-1341 or Wei Li, General Motors, email wei.l.li@gm.com, phone 586-947-2262

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