Heavy-Duty 2016 goes video
Mobile, stationary and maritime applications all over the world have
one thing in common: they need large, powerful and efficient engines.
A wide variety of solutions with different fuels and with different
injection and exhaust aftertreatment systems are used to meet the
requirements of the various sectors. As well as improving existing
engines, the engine industry is working closely on developing new,
more compact and more efficient solutions with lower emissions for
The annual international MTZ conference “Heavy-Duty, On- and
Off-Highway Engines” has in recent years become the key forum
where developers and designers of large engines for the on- and
off-highway, marine and stationary sectors can share information and
ATZ knowledge transfer – we make German automotive expertise available throughout the world – now new via video.
These are the benefits for your company:
- Editorial expertise: Our specialist editorial teams evaluate and group together themes that are particularly relevant to your business.
- Flexible training: Your employees can access our videos for training and qualification purposes at any time, regardless of where they are located.
- Travel cost savings: Your employees do not have to travel in order to benefit from technical presentations, for example at conferences.
- Exclusive service: Our product is unique. We are the only organisation to offer this type of virtual participation in themed packages that have been put together by our editors.
- By choosing several themed packages, you can save money.
You can choose from the following packages
New Engines and Combustion Processes
- Development of a new generation of GE’s type 6 Jenbacher gas engines, GE Jenbacher GmbH & Co OG
- Lean-burn direct injection natural gas engine control for transient applications, Ricardo Innovations
- Prediction of burn rate, knocking and cycle-to-cycle variations of methane/hydrogen mixtures in homogeneous and lean engine operation conditions, FKFS, Stuttgart
- Analysis of the influence of different common-rail injector concepts on injection and mixture formation in a high-pressure/high-temperature spray chamber and a single cylinder research engine, FVTR
Exhaust Aftertreatment and New Concepts
- Enabling Stage IIIB engines (< 56 kW) for Stage V with SMF®-AR, HJS Emission Technology
- Catalytic evaporation process for reduced NOx and soot emissions in ICEs, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT)
- Investigation of a ‘SCR-free’ system to meet the Stage IV and beyond emissions limits, Ricardo EU
- Exploring the next frontier in efficiency with the opposed-piston engine, Achates Power
Interested? Please contact us!
Watch the trailer of Heavy-Duty 2016