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2015 CLEERS Workshop
2015-04-27 - 2015-04-29
Emphasized topic areas:
- Diesel and gasoline particulate filters
- Selective catalytic NOx reduction
- Urea and reductant spray modeling
- Oxidation and reforming catalysts
- Passive adsorbers and traps
- Multi-functional catalysts and aftertreatment devices
- Engine integration with emissions controls
- Three-way catalysts
- Low-temperature catalysts
- Catalyst durability
- Interpretation of experimental emissions control measurements
- Development of micro-kinetic and global reaction mechanisms
- Drive cycle simulations of advanced vehicle systems
- Chemical and particulate exhaust analysis
- Share recent experimental and computational simulation experience with advanced aftertreatment technologies
- Enhance emissions control research collaborations among industry, universities, and government labs
- Identify most pressing pre-competitive research priorities
- This is the 18th workshop in a series sponsored by the DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies and the DOE Advanced Engine Crosscut Team. CLEERS workshops are informal, focused forums for sharing recent research results on lean and advanced engine emissions controls and their simulation. Participation by researchers in government, universities, and industry is welcome. Workshop discussions will be summarized for the DOE Office of Transportation Technologies (OTT) and the Advanced Engine Crosscut Team for consideration in improving priorities and technical focus and maximizing leveraging in DOE and industry-supported R&D.
About the 2015 Workshop
- This is a public meeting open to all those who are interested in understanding and simulating the performance of exhaust emission control devices under realistic conditions. The agenda will include invited presentations by internationally prominent researchers and an invited panel of experts from industry. Contributed oral presentations of 20-30 minutes and posters are also invited.