CLEERS Workshops are annual meetings open to all those who are interested in understanding and simulating the performance of exhaust emission control devices under realistic operating conditions. The Workshops provide an informal, focused forum to:
- share recent experimental and computational simulation experience with advanced aftertreatment technologies;
- enhance emissions control research collaborations among industry, universities, and DOE national labs; and
- identify the most pressing pre-competitive research priorities for emissions control.
Presentations from prior CLEERS Workshops are available below.
|Presentation Title||Name||Workshop Name|
|Lean NOx Trap Regeneration Studies on a Light-Duty Diesel Engine with In-Cylinder Air-to-Fuel Control||James Parks||Workshop 8|
|The Case for Selective Ammonia Oxidation Catalysts in On Road SCR Systems||Joseph Patchett||Workshop 8|
|Fundamental Studies of NOx Adsorber Materials||Charles H. F. Peden||Workshop 8|
|EPA Perspective on LNT Aging and Durability||Chuck Schenk||Workshop 8|
|Urea decomposition and storage under light-duty operating conditions||John Storey||Workshop 8|
|Experimental Plan to Develop DPF Maps||Andrea Strzelec||Workshop 8|
|Lean NOx Trap Deactivation||Todd Toops||Workshop 8|
|Soot Nanostructure: Definition, Quantification and Implications||Randy Vander Wal||Workshop 8|
|Techno-economic modeling to project 2007-2020 market shares of heavy duty powertrains||Robert Weber||Workshop 8|