2 days MOT/EVOLMOT-E
- Engineers and technical staff wishing an update of the technical evolution: new combustion processes, regulation reinforcement, fuel economy improvement. People working at OEM as well as automotive suppliers.
- To give, complete or update participants' knowledge about the technical evolutions of passenger car combustion engines and the reasons for such evolutions.
- To place the technical solutions in the entire engine design process.
- This training may be very useful for automotive suppliers needing an up-to-date overview of the engine world for passenger cars as well as for commercial vehicles. It gives them the keys of the specifications they obtain from theirs customers
- To know current and future evolutions of SI and Diesel engines.
- To understand the physics that have led to the adopted solutions.
- To be able to place technical solutions in the context of engine design.
- To be able to competently exchange between manufacturers and suppliers.
Ways and means
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- Short talks associated to a play approach of IC engines.
- Short technical videos.
Introduction 0.25 day
- Efficiencies and conventional parameters of an engine, the most useful graphs.
Depollution and fuel consumption restrictions 0.25 day
- Stakes and evolution of depollution standards.
- Formation of HC, CO, NOx, particles pollutants. Comparison gasoline/Diesel.
- Consumption: engine global efficiency breaking down into 4 efficiencies, factors affecting each of them. Comparison gasoline/Diesel, share of fuel, engine, engine-vehicle adaptation.
Gasoline technology evolution 0.5 day
- Normal and abnormal combustion (knocking, pre-ignition, rumble).
- Engine air loading: how the different parameters affect the evolution of the volumetric efficiency depending on the speed, use of intake and exhaust pressure waves to improve the load.
- Variable timing - Interest and technical solutions: camshafts phase shifters, dual-cam systems, mechanical continuous variation, camless. Miller and Atkinson cycles.
- Gasoline direct injection (GDI): technology, advantages and drawbacks, fuel/air ratio 1 or stratified strategies. Downsizing, interest of combining GDE + supercharging + variable distribution.
Diesel technology evolution 0.5 day
- Direct injection Diesel engine combustion: formation of pollutants, fuel jets behavior in the combustion chamber, swirl role and generation.
- Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR): interest of EGR and its cooling, EGR intercooler by-pass, high and low pressure EGR.
- Interest of increasing injection and multi-injection pressures. Evolution of injection, fuel pump injector, common-rail systems.
- Turbocharging, interest of variable geometry and twin-turbo.
- New Diesel combustion processes: HCCI (Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition).
Exhaust gas after-treatment 0.25 day
- SI engines: 3-way catalysis; catalyst initiation issue.
- Diesel engines: oxidation catalyst, Diesel particles filter performances and regeneration, 5th injector advantages and drawbacks. NOx trap. SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction).
Engine management 0.25 day
- General structure of a gasoline and Diesel control system. Engine torque management.
- Components: actuators, sensors, logic controllers.
- Electronic system: power supply, optical cables, buses, multiplexing.
- Software: structure, input-output- processing, strategies, calibrations, evolutions. Reliability.
- Diagnostic. Failure and limp home modes.
- Development methods: contributors, key-steps, V cycle, tools.