Appendix B: PNGV Presentations to the Committee August 22-25, 1994, Dearborn, Michigan

The following presentations were made to the committee:

The PNGV Research Program: Concept, Expectations, Program Architecture and Current Implementation, Major Milestones. Lionel S. Johns, Associate Director for Technology, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President and John P. McTague, Vice President, Technical Affairs, Ford Motor Company.

PNGV Program—Overview. Robert Chapman, U.S. Department of Commerce.

Goal 3: Develop a Vehicle Which Could Achieve 3X Fuel Efficiency of Today’s Comparable Cars. Ron York, General Motors Corporation.

Hybrid Powertrain Integration. William Siegel, U.S. Department of Energy and Jerry Skellenger, General Motors Corporation.

Advanced Engines. Rod H. Tabaczynski, Ford Motor Company.

Mechanical Engines and Powertrains. Walter Bryzik, U.S. Department of Defense, Tank Automotive Command.

Fuel Cells in Light-Duty Vehicle Applications. Chris Borroni-Bird, Chrysler Corporation.

Electrochemical Pathways Fuel Cells. Pandit Patil, U.S. Department of Energy.

Gas Turbine APVS for Hybrid Vehicle Application. Ron York, General Motors Corporation.

Energy Storage and Recovery: High-Power Batteries. Jim Miller, Argonne National Laboratory.



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REVIEW OF THE RESEARCH PROGRAM OF THE PARTNERSHIP FOR A NEW GENERATION OF VEHICLES Appendix B: PNGV Presentations to the Committee August 22-25, 1994, Dearborn, Michigan The following presentations were made to the committee: The PNGV Research Program: Concept, Expectations, Program Architecture and Current Implementation, Major Milestones. Lionel S. Johns, Associate Director for Technology, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President and John P. McTague, Vice President, Technical Affairs, Ford Motor Company. PNGV Program—Overview. Robert Chapman, U.S. Department of Commerce. Goal 3: Develop a Vehicle Which Could Achieve 3X Fuel Efficiency of Today’s Comparable Cars. Ron York, General Motors Corporation. Hybrid Powertrain Integration. William Siegel, U.S. Department of Energy and Jerry Skellenger, General Motors Corporation. Advanced Engines. Rod H. Tabaczynski, Ford Motor Company. Mechanical Engines and Powertrains. Walter Bryzik, U.S. Department of Defense, Tank Automotive Command. Fuel Cells in Light-Duty Vehicle Applications. Chris Borroni-Bird, Chrysler Corporation. Electrochemical Pathways Fuel Cells. Pandit Patil, U.S. Department of Energy. Gas Turbine APVS for Hybrid Vehicle Application. Ron York, General Motors Corporation. Energy Storage and Recovery: High-Power Batteries. Jim Miller, Argonne National Laboratory.

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REVIEW OF THE RESEARCH PROGRAM OF THE PARTNERSHIP FOR A NEW GENERATION OF VEHICLES Energy Storage and Recovery: Batteries, Ultracapacitors, Flywheels. Brad Bates, Ford Motor Company. Electrical Subsystems/Components. William Siegel, U.S. Department of Energy. Systems Analysis. Owen Viergutz, Chrysler Corporation. 1996 FY Recommended Government Funding. Robert Mull, Ford Motor Company. Materials Challenges for PNGV Goal 3. Norman A. Gjostein, Ford Motor Company. Government Vehicles Panel for Materials R&D. James Eberhardt, U.S. Department of Energy. Manufacturing Challenges. Tim Adams, Chrysler Corporation. Manufacturing Issues for Conventionally Designed Vehicles. Michael Wozny, National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce. What is Goal 1? Subi Dinda, Chrysler Corporation. USCAR Technology Program. Robert Mull, Ford Motor Company. Low Emissions R&D Partnership. Gordon Wright, Ford Motor Company. Engine Support System Technology Program. Larry Carol, General Motors Corporation. PNGV Goal 2 Materials Challenges. Norman A. Gjostein, Ford Motor Company. Summary Perspectives. Robert Chapman, U.S. Department of Commerce, Tim Adams, Chrysler Corporation, Robert Mull, Ford Motor Company, and Ron York, General Motors Corporation. PNGV Strategy, Management, and Expectations from the NRC Peer Review. Mary Good, Under Secretary for Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce