Delphi Powertrain Showcasing Fuel Economy and Emissions Solutions at Vienna Motor Symposium
Vienna, Austria - During this week’s 29th International Vienna Motor Symposium held here at the Hofburg Congress Center, Delphi’s (OTC: DPHIQ) Powertrain Systems division will display a number of technologies that address the question of how to meet stringent emissions standards while improving fuel efficiency and performance. In addition, Delphi engineers will present a paper on exceeding customer expectations with the direct acting diesel fuel injection system.
Attendees visiting Delphi’s exhibit will have the opportunity to experience:
* Diesel Engine Management System (EMS) Technology
o Delphi Multec® Diesel Common Rail (CR) System
o Diesel Direct Acting Piezo CR System
* Gasoline EMS Technology:
o Gasoline Direct Injection (GDi)
o Variable Valve Actuation (VVA)
* Transmission Management System
* Fuel Handling and Evaporative Management Systems
On Thursday (April 24), Delphi’s Detlev Schoeppe, Engineering director for Delphi Diesel Systems (DDS), will lecture on the Delphi paper: “Exceeding Customer Expectations with the Innovative Direct Acting Diesel Fuel Injection System: Unique Advantages of a Breakthrough Technology.” Along with Schoeppe, the paper’s co-authors include:
* Martin Hardy - DDS department manager (Gillingham, England)
* Stefan Zuelch - DDS chief engineer (Gillingham, England)
* Derk Geurts - DDS chief engineer (Bascharage, Luxembourg)
An excerpt from the paper: “With the Direct Acting Common Rail System, Delphi is bringing to production an innovative concept in Diesel Fuel Injection technology. In [this] system, the injector needle is set in motion directly by a piezo ceramic actuator, rather than being moved via an electro-hydraulic circuit as with the existing fuel injection technologies. ... We will show how it completes the current Delphi Diesel product portfolio enabling Delphi to exceed customer expectations.”
The Vienna Motor Symposium promises to present the latest results in worldwide engine and powertrain development, future legislation, new engines, fuels and powertrain, components, drive-train electrification, hybrid technology, CO2 reduction, and exhaust emission control.
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