June 10: Medium Speed Engines

10 Jun 2021
Time: 14:30-16:30 Paris (CEST) | 8:30-10:30 New York City (EDT) | 20:30-22:30 Beijing (CST)

June 10: Medium Speed Engines

Time: 14:30-16:30 Paris (CEST) | 8:30-10:30 New York City (EDT) | 18:00-20:00 Mumbai

In both, marine as well as in power generation sectors, defossilization will play a major role in engine development besides pollutant emissions reduction in the upcoming years. Fuels like ammonia and methanol, derived from green energy, are already discussed as successors of fossil oil on the marine side, hydrogen on the power sector. How will fuel flexibility and defossilization shape the future of large engines? Are further ICE improvements still possible for clean and low-CO2 powertrains? What will be the role of advanced controls and how could the availability of large amounts of data and a possible further digitalization influence the utilization of engines, for example by predictive algorithms? Follow the FEV large bore online seminar series and we will provide first answers to these challenging questions, accompanied by an open discussion.

SESSION LEAD: Stefano Ghetti, Director Diesel Base Engine and Powertrain Development at FEV Europe GmbH

14:20 – Login Phase

14:30 – Welcome

14:35 – Drivers & Regulations

Speaker: Dr. Andreas Wiartalla, Director at FEV Consulting GmbH

15:00 – Alternative Fuel Types

Speaker: Martin Müther, Director Program Management Commercial Powertrains at FEV Europe GmbH

15:25 – Technology Matrix & Specific Design Features

Speaker: Maximilian Bierl, Product Manager Large Bore Engines at FEV Europe GmbH / Arne Güdden, Thermodynamics and Alternative Fuels Expert, VKA RWTH Aachen

16:20 – Summary and Conclusions

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