Meeting the challenges of new global vehicle emissions standards with active heating and advanced mixing technologies
Tim and George chat to Jack Riddle and Volker Brichzin from Purem by Eberspaecher about technologies to meet upcoming ultra-low NOx requirements at low-load and idling while meeting packaging, back-pressure and durability requirements – including compact urea mixers for dual dosing, hydrocarbon mixers and electrical heating options – in an environment where OEMs are selecting powertrain options such as stop-start, cylinder deactivation and hybridisation. We discuss the implications of the next round of regulations, which aim to broaden requirements beyond traditional test cycles to ensure compliance across a much wider range of operating conditions. We also discuss opportunities for hydrogen internal combustion engines and the potential aftertreatment requirements with much higher exhaust water content.
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