MADISON, WI, USA – Increasing attention to basic engine design can deliver meaningful emissions reduction and fuel economy improvements, concludes DaimlerChrysler AG Senior Research Executive Thomas Asmus. Although much of the University of Wisconsin Engine Research Center Modeling Symposium here focuses on around high-tech methods to control emissions from diesel engines, Asmus points to a number of low-tech opportunities to cut emissions. Among these are solutions to ice plugging of ...
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