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|
|Multi-Year – Multi Laboratory Diesel Emissions Reduction Technology Plan – Most Important R&D for National Laboratories and Initial Priorities||Jim Patten||Workshop 1|
|Need for Aftertreatment Models||Patrick Pierz||Workshop 1|
|Modeling and simulation of three-way catalysts||Tariq Shamim||Workshop 1|
|DOE Goals and Perspectives on Lean-Burn Emissions Controls||Gurpreet Singh||Workshop 1|
|Need for Full System Simulation of Emissions Control and Aftertreatment||Kevin Sisken||Workshop 1|
|Engine-out and Tailpipe Emission Prediction via Cycle Simulation||Kevin Sisken||Workshop 1|
|HC Speciation of Diesel Exhaust||John Storey||Workshop 1|
|System Emission Reduction Analysis||Matthew Thornton||Workshop 1|
|Micro-kinetics modeling in the development of aftertreatment systems||Bob Weber||Workshop 1|