International Congress : SIA Powertrain - Versailles 2015

  • 27-28 May 2015

Welcome


Since the creation of automobiles, their propulsion has been dominated by internal combustion engines, controlled either through spark or compression ignition. However, the last few years have seen the emergence of alternative technologies, mostly based on hybridization or even full electrification of the motive power.
Worldwide environmental concerns have seen more and more stringent CO2 emission regulations and the targets are increasingly difficult to achieve. Similarly, regulation of conventional IC engine pollutants (NOx, PM, HC and CO) has continued to be tightened, both through reduced emissions levels and by the adoption of new test cycles and procedures which are more and more severe.
Whilst important progress can still be made with the spark ignition engine by itself, which has seen significant evolution in the last decade, the key to meeting future challenges will be the successful combination of electrification with IC engine technology. By 2025, it is forecast that internal combustion engines will still power around 90% of the vehicle market, but it is expected that approximately 50% of these will have some level of electrification (Hybridization). Joint development of both thermal and electric vehicle technologies will therefore be decisive to making this large deployment become a reality.

What’s new for this edition?
• New content, more focus
• SIA has decided to merge two successful events
The "Spark Ignition Engine" conference, formerly held in Strasbourg, and the one-day conference dedicated to powertrain electrification, which used to be organized with the support of IFP Energies Nouvelles.
• New recurrence
SIA POWERTRAIN conferences are now the biggest gathering of experts in the powertrain field; there is now an SIA POWERTRAIN conference every year at the end of May (Diesel and Spark Ignition engines, alternately)
• New exciting venue
SIA organization teams always strive to host attendees in the best possible way and we think the famous royal city of Versailles will be the perfect place for this event. Versailles region is also well-known as the prime area for French automotive research and development.

And we improved the key factors of our success
• International representation with more than 400 participants
• Parallel sessions to cover all aspects of the Spark Ignition Powertrain field
• Panel discussion with executive participants from the automotive industry
• Several special moments dedicated to discussions and networking
• Students Forum to make the automotive industry an attractive environment for future engineer

committees

Chair persons
  • Philippe Bernet | Renault
  • Christophe Charial | PSA Peugeot Citroën
  • Pierre Duret | IFP School
  • Federico Millo | Politecnico di Torino
  • Amin Velji | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

 

 

 Scientific committee
  • Frank Altenschmidt | Daimler
  • Nadim Andraos | FEV
  • Dirk Andriesse | Maserati / Fiat Group
  • Christophe Bouly | Faurecia
  • Roger Busch | Robert Bosch
  • Guenter Fraidl | AVL
  • Neville S. Jackson | Ricardo
  • Denis Levasseur | Renault
  • Guylain Martin | ZF
  • Simona Merola | Istituto Motori
  • Ali Mohammadi | Toyota Motor Europe
  • Yasuo Moriyoshi | Chiba University
  • Jérôme Mortal | Jaguar Land Rover
  • Hans-Joachim Nuglisch | Continental
  • Dominique Petitjean | Honeywell
  • Walter Piock | Delphi
  • Sébastien Potteau | Valeo
  • Daniel Roettger | Ford Research Centre Aachen
  • Marc Sens | IAV
  • Philippe Souhaite | PSA Peugeot Citroën
  • Ulrich Spicher | MOT GmbH
Organising committee
  • Jean-Marc Boulard | IAV
  • Pierre-Yves Geels | AVL
  • Noureddine Guerrassi | Delphi
  • Omar Hadded | Tata Motors
  • Emmanuel Jean | Faurecia
  • Jean-Christophe Lamodiere | Kistler
  • Geoffroy Martin | Mov’eo
  • Sylvain Michon | Volvo
  • Jean-Jacques Milesi | SIA
  • Gaëtan Monnier | IFP Energies Nouvelles
  • Vanessa Picron | Valeo
  • Rémy Schmitt | Robert Bosch

 

Programme

08:00

Attendees registration

09:00

Opening Address - Chairmen

09:20

Keynote speech#1 2050 Energy and Transport Technology Transition: a French Case Study

Dr Stéphane Tchung-Ming, Economic Engineer - IFP Energies Nouvelles

09:40

Keynote speech#2 A Thermodynamic Comparison of SI-engine Combustion Systems

Dr Frank Altenschmidt, Development Engineer - Daimler

10:00

Keynote speech#3 In a Hybridized Future with Alternative Fuels: Is the SI Engine the Winning Concept?

Dr Martin Wirth, Technical Specialist SI Engine Technologies & Strategy - Ford

10:30

Coffee break

Hybrid strategies Innovative Ignition Systems Friction & Thermal Management
11:00

12V Electric Network Evolutions for New Functions Integration : Coasting Function, Recovery and Boost with Enhanced Electric Machines, and Support for Downsizing / Downspeeding with a Boosting Support

S. Potteau, Y. Wu, J.Chicot, Y.Jin, B. Rouleau, P. Maurel, D.Taccoen, K. Surbled - Valeo

11:00

Cycle-by-cycle Variation of Flame Initiation and Development in GDI Engine: Numerical and Experimental Analysis

M.Costa, S. Merola, D. Piazzullo, V. Rocco, G. Valentino- Istituto Motori

11:00

Optimum Thermal-Management Strategies for Low Ambient Temperatures

JY Bérard, J. Lefebvre, G. Morin, H. Ben-Omrane, S. Ruby, A-S. Macabeo, N. Stekelorom - Renault

11:30

Experimental Validation of Stop & Start Sailing Strategy for Real-world Driving Cycles

F. Di Gennaro, G. Brunetti, M. Cisternino - General Motors Powertrain

F. Millo, R. Fuso - Politecnico do Torino

11:30

Corona-Ignition vs. Spark-Ignition: A Fundamental Comparison for varying Thermodynamic Conditions of Modern Turbocharged Gasoline Engines

M. Schenk, T. Wolf, M. Schröter, F. Zellinger, B. Klaus, D. Pfeiffer, H. Fischer - BMW Group

11:30

How the Choice of Polyamide Type in Timing Chain Tensioner Systems affects the CO2 Emission and Fuel Economy of Internal Combustion Engines

J. van Ruiten - DSM Engineering Powertrain

12:00

Small Gasoline Direct Fuel Injection Two-stroke Engines for Range Extender Applications

P. Duret - IFP School
S. Venturi - IFP Energies Nouvelles

12:00

Advanced Plasma and Variable Spark Ignition System

P. Kruger - North West University South Africa

12:00

Integrated Layout of the Low Friction Piston Ring Package

T. Voncken, M. Plettenberg, J. Lehmann, M. Heinen, J. Dohmen, H. Baumgarten - FEV

12:30

Design and Evaluation of an Automotive, Low cost, Gasoline, Two-stroke Engine

J. Lopez, J. Benajes, J. Valero-Marco - CMT Universitat Politecnica de Valencia G. Coma, F. Justet - Renault

12:30

Multiple Spark Plug Approach: Potential for Future Highly Diluted Spark Ignited Combustion

M. Sens, A. Benz, M. Riess, F. G. X. Lage - IAV

S. Bjerkborn, F. Mauss, M. Pasternak - Loge Combustion AB

12:30

Towards OW16 Engine Oil Viscosity Grade in Europe - German OEM Fuel Economy Tests

N. Nouvel - Lubrizol

S. Crane, N. Obrecht - Total

13:00

lunch break

New Boosting Systems EGR & Exhaust Recovery Spray & Particulate Emissions
14:30

Optimized matching process for gasoline engines for Eu6c/EU7

E. Watel - CRITT M2A

H. Tartoussi, S. Guilain - Renault

J R. Serrano - Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

14:30

Exhaust Heat Recovery System (EHRS): Application and further Potentials

E. Barrieu - Faurecia

14:30

Detailed Validation for Large Eddy Simulations of the Flow Field in the Valve Seat Region

P. Janas, A. Kempf - University of Duisburg-Essen

15:00

The Next Generation of Small Gasoline Turbochargers to meet EU6.2

P. De Araujo, S. Pees, C. Wilkins, F. Daguin, M. Marques - Honeywell

15:00

Design Parameters and Control Strategy for Different Power Couplings of an Organic Rankine Cycle Waste Heat Recovery System

S. Karl, R. Haller, A. Taklanti, M. Yahia, J-M Liu, S. Hammi - Valeo

15:00

Influence of Charge Motion and Injection Pressure on the Particulate Emission of a Gasoline DI-SI Engine at Homogeneous, Boosted Operation

M. Bertsch, T. Koch, A. Velji - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

15:30

E-Supercharging for Heavily Downsized Gasoline Engines

M. Bassett, J. Hall, P. Freeland - Mahle

J. Servant, K. Gray - Aeristech Limited

15:30

Condensation and Fouling Assessment in EGR Cooler of GTDI Engines with Different EGR Loop Configurations

Y. Bravo, C. Larrosa - Valeo

J M. Lujan, H. Climent, M. Rivas-Perea - CMT Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

15:30

Multi-dimensional Modeling of Soot Formation in DISI Engines Based on Detailed PAH Kinetics and Particle Dynamics Framework

J. Kim, K. Min - Seoul National University

16:00

Electric Supercharging – New Opportunities with Higher System Voltage

R. Aymanns, T. Uhlmann, J. Scharf, C. Nebbia, M. Stapelbroek, H. Baumgarten - FEV

B. Höpke, D. Lückmann, T. Plum - RWTH Aachen University

16:00

Methodology for Optimization of VVT and LP-EGR Strategies in Gasoline Turbocharged Direct Injection Engine to reduce Fuel Consumption

H. Climent, J M. Lujan, B. Pla, M. Rivas-Perea - CMT Universitat Politecnica de Valencia

16:00

GDI Spray Evolution and Sizing Characteristics in Flash-Boiling Conditions

L. Postrioti, M. Bosi - Universita di Perugia

R. Di Gioia, G. Bonandrini - Magneti Marelli

16:30

coffee break

Panel session Moderator: Laurent Meillaud
17:00
  • Christian Chapelle, VP Powertrain and Chassis - PSA Peugeot Citroën
  • John Fuerst, President powertrain systems - Delphi
  • Jean-Daniel Mettetal, VP - Global Technical Manager - Projects & Innovations - Robert Bosch
  • Alain Raposo, Alliance Global VP, Powertrain & EV Engineering - Renault-Nissan Alliance
  • Toshifumi Takaoka, General Manager of Advanced Engine Technology Development Division - Toyota
18:30
21:30

NETWORKING DINNER-COCKTAIL in the exhibition

  • 27th May
  • 28th may

access

Conference venue

Palais des Congrès de Versailles

10 rue de la chancellerie - Versailles

 

Parking

Place d'Armes

 

Public transportation