The challenges facing vehicle thermal management continue to increase and optimise thermal energy management must continue as an integral part of any vehicle development programme. VTMS11 covers the latest research and technological advances in industry and academia, automotive and off-highway. Topics addressed include: IC engine thermal loading, exhaust and emissions; HEV, EV and alternative powertrain challenges; Waste heat recovery and thermodynamic efficiency improvement; Cooling systems; Heating, A/C, comfort and climate control; Underhood heat transfer and air flow management; Heat exchange components design, materials and manufacture; Thermal systems analysis, control and integration. Covers the latest research and technological advances Brings together developments from industry and academia Presents leading edge research on optimised thermal energy managementIn the standard configuration, transition delay reductions are two times better for 2L/0.001W.m-1. ... 4.5 Effects on NOx emissions and fuel consumption Results on NEDC with a 2.5L/0.005W.m-1. ... These gains come from engine oil heating by hot coolant in the engine oil cooler. Fuel ... thermal conductivity Ir: a) standard a b ) split-cooling Figure 5: Revised coolant circuit with Toyota coolant store installed.
|Title||:||Vehicle thermal Management Systems Conference Proceedings (VTMS11)|
|Author||:||Institution of Mechanical Engineers|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-06-30|