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Technologies and Approaches to Reducing the Fuel Consumption of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles B Presentations and Committee Meetings COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, DC DECEMBER 4-5, 2008 Opening Remarks David Strickland, Senate Commerce Committee Overview of the NHTSA Program, Including Sponsor’s Expectations for the Study Stephen Kratzke, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration SmartWay Partnership and Heavy Vehicles Mitchell Greenberg, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Department of Energy Truck Technology Kenneth Howden, U.S. Department of Energy Engine Manufacturers Association Timothy Blubaugh, Engine Manufacturers Association Reducing Emissions in Heavy Vehicles Anthony Greszler, Volvo Powertrain Freightliner David Kayes, Daimler Trucks North America Heavy-Duty Vehicle Fuel Economy and Emissions Improvement Project of the Northeast States Coalition for a Clean Air Future and the International Council for Clean Transportation Coralie Cooper, The Clean Air Association of the Northeast States (NESCAUM) Southwest Research Institute Studies to Support the NESCCAF Heavy-Duty Vehicle Project Thomas Reinhart, Southwest Research Institute EPA SmartWay Truck Emissions Test Protocol Mitchell Greenberg, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Commercializing Hybrid and High-Efficiency Trucks: Hybrid Truck Users Forum: Program Status, Update, and Next Steps Bill Van Amburg, CALSTART Fuel-Efficiency Technologies for Heavy Vehicles Gurpreet Singh, U.S. Department of Energy Heavy-Duty Hybrid Technology Willam A. Batten, Eaton Corporation Heavy-Duty Trucks Fuel Economy Technology K.G. Duleep, Energy and Environmental Analysis COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, DC FEBRUARY 4-5, 2009 Hybrid Status Mike Roeth, Navistar Heavy-Duty Trucks Terry Penney, National Renewable Energy Laboratory Truck Tires and Rolling Resistance Calvin Bradley, Michelin Tire North America Medium-Duty and Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicle Business Mike Roeth, Navistar Fuel Efficiency Study Jeff Seger, Cummins, Inc. Heavy-Duty Fuel Economy Computer Models and Simulation Daniel Kieffer, Kenworth Truck Company
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Technologies and Approaches to Reducing the Fuel Consumption of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicle Models: State-of-the-Art and Challenges Aymeric Rousseau, Argonne National Laboratory A Modular Approach to Fuel Efficiency Stefan Larsson, European Auto Manufacturers Japanese Fuel Efficiency Regulation Akihiko Hoshi, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism Simulation Method Akihiko Hoshi, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport, and Tourism Final Results Summary Tom Reinhart, Southwest Research Institute Cost Effectiveness of Heavy-Duty Vehicle Technologies Bob Wilson, TIAX LLC SmartWay-Certified Tractor and Trailers Mitchell Greenberg, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency COMMITTEE MEETING, DEARBORN, MI APRIL 6-7, 2009 Fuel Consumption as a Metric John Johnson, Michigan Technological University International Council on Clean Transportation Research Drew Kodjak, International Council on Clean Transportation Research Modeling and Simulation Issues Ron Graves, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Vehicle Classification and Mapping John Woodrooffe, University of Michigan Transportation Institute Technology Matrix Dave Merrion, Detroit Diesel (retired) Indirect Costs James Winebrake, Rochester Institute of Technology Industrial Perspectives of the 21st Century Truck Partnership Vinod Duggal, Cummins, Inc. Army Ground Vehicles Paul Skalny, U.S. Army EPA Hybrid Technology John Kargul, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Report on Results Michael Jackson, TIAX LLC COMMITTEE MEETING, ANN ARBOR, MI JUNE 18-19, 2009 LTL Carrier’s View of Past and Current Technologies Duke Drinkard, Southeastern Freight Lines (retired) Effective Practices and Programs for Improving FE Dave Miller, Con-Way Freight, Inc. Passenger Car and Light Truck CAFE Analysis and Tech Inputs Ryan Harrington, NHTSA EPA Vehicle Standards and GHG Reductions Byron Bunker, EPA Measuring and Modeling Traffic Congestion Impacts on Heavy-Duty Trucks Matthew Barth, UC Riverside Safety and Productivity Issues Long Combination Vehicles John Woodrooffe, UMTRI The Potential of Intermodalism for Meeting Energy and Environmental Goals James Winebrake, Rochester Institute of Technology Assessment of FE Technologies for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles Joe Morris, NAS ArvinMeritor’s Advanced Safety Technologies for Commercial Vehicles Brad Hicks and Alan Korn, ArvinMeritor Vehicle Integration Team, NRC Ron Graves, Andrew Brown, Jr., Aymeric Rousseau, Garrick Hu, NRC The Aluminum Advantage: Exploring Commercial Vehicle Applications Randall Scheps, Alcoa Truck Aerodynamics Charles Salter, Consultant
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Technologies and Approaches to Reducing the Fuel Consumption of Medium- and Heavy-Duty Vehicles COMMITTEE MEETING, SAN ANTONIO, TX AUGUST 6-7, 2009 Intelligent Vehicle Applications Chelsea White, Georgia Tech Framework for the Regulation of Greenhouse Gases from Commercial Vehicles John Wall, Cummins, Inc. Wind Tunnel Studies of the Aerodynamics of Heavy Vehicles Fritz Marinko and Mitch Camosy, Auto Research Center, LLC SWRI Overview Walt Downing, SwRI Medium-Duty HEDGE Chris Chadwell, SwRI Fuel-Saving Opportunities with Intelligent Highway Systems Ryan Lamm, SwRI NOx/BSFC Trade-offs in Modern Diesel Engines Tom Ryan, SwRI SmartWay Testing Cheryl Bynum, EPA COMMITTEE MEETING, WASHINGTON, DC SEPTEMBER 23-24, 2009 Modeling Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emissions from Heavy-Duty Vehicles Stefan Larsson, ACEA Reducing Heavy-Duty Long-Haul Combination Truck Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emissions Tom Reinhart, SwRI
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