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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