You should attend this seminar if you are involved in diesel engine support industries such as catalytic converters, lube oils, gaskets, and turbocharger suppliers, and if you are not well versed with diesel engines although they play a major role in your career's survival.
This seminar provides new OEM recruits and diesel engine component suppliers with a fundamental knowledge of the diesel combustion cycle, you will learn the importance of the fuel injection system, turbocharging, intercooling and many other aspects of engine design. Formation of each of the regulated emissions species as well as design changes to control these emissions will be explained. You will receive details of these emission control design changes and sample cases quantified through the use of actual examples. These examples are the results of actual engine experience gained while developing engines to meet 1991 heavy-duty Emission Standards. An overview of developing technologies for the future with a comprehensive section on exhaust aftertreatment is also included.
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Nearly 80,000 engineers, business executives, educators, and students from more than 97 countries form our network of members who share information and exchange ideas for advancing the engineering of mobility systems. More than 16,000 volunteer leaders serve on our Board of Directors and our many other boards, councils and committees. Our technical committees write more new aerospace and automotive engineering standards than any other standards-writing organization in the world. We publish thousands of technical papers and books each year, and leading-edge periodicals and Internet and CD-ROM products too. Our Cooperative Research Program helps facilitate projects that benefit the mobility industry as a whole. Numerous meetings and expositions provide worldwide opportunities to network and share information. We also offer a full complement of professional development activities such as seminars, workshops, and continuing education programs. The meetings and activities of local sections provide an opportunity to network with colleagues near you.
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Every day, we demonstrate our commitment to society through local, national, and international public awareness programs that promote vehicle safety and maintenance and energy resource conservation. Through the SAE Foundation, we are also deeply involved in the engineering-related education of children, teachers , college students, and faculty. Industry and faculty awards provide recognition to outstanding contributors in the profession.
Since its founding in 1905, SAE's dedicated people, strong technical base, and vision have helped serve the professional needs of engineers and the transportation needs of humanity. We are clearly poised to continue that role into the 21st century.