Advanced Emission Control: Gasoline Engines

(PresseBox) (Berlin, ) Emission legislation is pushing OEMs to continuously improve their systems. As the threshold of emission limits become more stringent, new types of emission control technology will be needed, especially for gasoline engines. As most automotive OEMs operate on an international scale, global legislations and their differences are of vital importance. Find out at IQPC’s International Congress Advanced Emission Control Concepts for Gasoline Engines, 21 – 23 May, 2012 in Stuttgart how to keep up with current and upcoming legislation.

IQPC offers an exclusive conference on a topic which concerns every OEM. Presentations will center around following topics:

• Gasoline engine-based emission control
• Engine-based emission control
• Legislation for gasoline emission control
• After-treatment for gasoline engines and HEVs
• Gasoline particle filters and sophisticated measurement technologies

Additionally, a representative from the European Commission will present on current EU legislation.
Frequent coffee breaks provide ample opportunities for networking and exchanging experience. On Wednesday, 23 May 2012, full day workshops on filter testing and GDI technologies ensure interactive exchange with industry experts.

Following leading international companies and institutes will participate: e.g. Hyundai, IBIDEN, AVL, Helmholtz Zentrum, SOGEFI, European Commission or Southwest Research Institute will encourage discussion and solution finding concerning latest gasoline engine technologies and after-treatment systems.

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