New developments in the area of fuels and fuel efficiency for gasoline and diesel as well as biofuels, alternative fuels, natural gas and hydrogen for fuels cells are enormously important for the industry to ensure high quality performance and high efficiency of the engines. Additionally further developments in the area of lubricants - synthetic engine oils, gearbox and axle lubricants are necessary to improve vehicle performance further.
Automotive IQ sat down with Michael Fischer of Honda R&D Europe to discuss the current landscape and challenges of SCR technology for reducing emissions in diesel vehicles. Mr. Fischer was the chairman of the 5th International Conference on Selective Catalytic Reduction.
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Faced with significant CO2 emissions reduction, auto makers are turning to downsizing and turbocharging as the most promising technologies for the development of high efficiency gasoline engines. However, the combustion conditions of these engines continue to move away from traditional naturally aspirated technologies, and especially from the Coo Full Article »