14th International Conference on Engines & Vehicles

 

Capri, Napoli (Italy) September 15-19, 2019

 

Prospective authors are invited to submit abstracts of 300 words or less for review by the General Committee. Abstracts will be submitted on-line and managed by the the SAE My Tech Zone tool. Upon submission, the paper tracking number will be sent by email. Paper acceptance will be based on organizer moderated peer-reviews of review-ready manuscript. Authors should prepare their papers according to SAE International format. For additional information, please contact SAE_NA Secretary at saena@im.cnr.it

 

ICE2019 is organized by SAENA a section of SAE International with Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CUICAR), SC (USA) and Istituto Motori-CNR of Naples (Italy).

 

Event Brochure

 

Deadlines

Abstracts due to SAE February 18, 2019

Draft Manuscript due to organizers March 31, 2019

Final Manuscript due to SAE July 1, 2019

 

Topics of the Conference

 

Engine Modeling and Diagnostics

0-D and 1-D Modeling and Numerics

Multi-Dimensional Engine Modeling

Combustion and Flow Diagnostics

Engine Management and Control

 

Engine Combustion

Combustion in Spark Ignition Engines

Combustion in Compression Ignition Engines

LTC/HCCI/PCCI/RCCI

Combustion in Gaseous-Fueled Engines

Abnormal Combustion and Cyclic Dispersion

 

New Engines, Components, Actuators, & Sensors

CI & SI Engines Technology

Thermal management

Powertrain NVH

Alternative Engine Architectures

Enabling Technologies

 

Hybrid and Electric Powertrains, and Eco-CAV
Advanced Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Powertrains
Controls for Hybrids and electric powertrains
Advanced Fuel Cell Applications
Range Extending Engines
Powertrain Systems

 

Fuels and Lubricants
Fuel Injection and Sprays: Modeling
Fuel Injection and Sprays: Experiments
Alternative and Advanced Fuels
Automotive Lubricants

 

Exhaust Aftertreatment and Emissions
Exhaust Emission Control Systems
Emission Control Modeling
Emissions Measurement and Testing
Particle Emissions from Combustion Sources
Low Temperature Catalysis