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Review of the Research Program of the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles: Sixth Report APPENDIX C Presentations and Committee Activities Site Visits to Ford Research Laboratories, Dearborn, Michigan; General Motors, Troy, Michigan; and DaimlerChrysler, Auburn Hills, Michigan, October 6–8, 1999. Committee Meeting, November 17–18, 1999, USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan. Introductions Trevor Jones, Committee Chair Bernard Robertson, Sr. Vice President, Engineering Technology, DaimlerChrysler John Sargent (U.S. Department of Commerce), Chair, PNGV Government Technology Team Tier 2 Emissions Standards Charles Gray, EPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Lab Discussion of Peer Review 5 Comments and Recommendations PNGV Executive Committee Specific Identification of Major Technical and Cost Barriers by Major Subsystems Al Murray, PNGV Technical Manager, Ford Chris Sloane, PNGV Technical Manager, General Motors Owen Viergutz, PNGV Technical Manager, DaimlerChrysler
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Review of the Research Program of the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles: Sixth Report Systems Analysis Review Mutasim Salman, General Motors Fuel Cell Technical Team Review JoAnn Milliken, U.S. Department of Energy Vehicle Engineering/Materials/Manufacturing and Vehicle Safety Bill Stuef (Ford), Andy Sherman (Ford), Henry Thompson (General Motors) Hard Trade-offs between Emissions and Fuel Economy Ron York, PNGV Director, General Motors Role of Fuels Industry in PNGV Jim Spearot, Director Chemical and Environmental Sciences Laboratory, General Motors Fuels/Propulsion Engines/Emissions Control Research Michael Royce, DaimlerChrysler 4SDI Technical Team Review Scott Low, Ford Electrical/Electronics Technical Team Review Bob Malcolm (DaimlerChrysler), Jim Merritt (DOE), David Hamilton (DOE) Balarama Murty (General Motors), Alex Gibson (Ford) Battery Technical Team Review Harold Haskins, Ford Technology Transfer across the Vehicle Fleet Steve Zimmer, PNGV Director, DaimlerChrysler Strategies for Successful Migration to Production Vince Fazio, PNGV Director, Ford Summary of Highlights and Major Issues Al Murray, PNGV Technical Manager, Ford Chris Sloane, PNGV Technical Manager, General Motors Owen Viergutz, PNGV Technical Manager, DaimlerChrysler Fuel Cell Subgroup and Battery Subgroup Meeting, USCAR Headquarters, Southfield, Michigan, January 12, 2000.
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Review of the Research Program of the Partnership for a New Generation of Vehicles: Sixth Report Fuel Cell Subgroup Meetings, International Fuel Cells, Hartford, Connecticut, and General Motors Global Alternative Propulsion Center, Rochester, New York, February 2–3, 2000. Committee Meeting, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., February 23–24, 2000. Review of EPA R&D on Automotive Emissions Control Related to PNGV Charles Gray, Jr., Director, Advanced Technology Division EPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory PNGV and Tier 2 Emissions Regulations Robert Perciasepe, EPA Assistant Administrator for Air and Radiation Aluminum Body Approaches to Reducing Vehicle Weight Richard Klimisch, VP Automotive, Aluminum Association, Inc. Michael Wheeler, Automotive Consultant Steel Body Approaches to Reducing Vehicle Weight David C. Jeannes, Sr. Vice President, Market Development Marcel van Schaik, Manager, Advanced Materials Technology American Iron and Steel Institute Discussion of Concept Vehicles Ron York, General Motors Corporation Tom Moore, DaimlerChrysler Corporation Arun Jaura and Andy Sherman, Ford Motor Company Issues for PNGV beyond 2000 John Sargent, Chair, PNGV Government Technology Team, U.S. Department of Commerce Fuel Specifications for PNGV-Type Vehicles Tom Bond, Manager, Fuels Technology (U.S.), BP Amoco Overview of DOE Fuels Activities Steven Chalk, Energy Conversion Team Leader, U.S. Department of Energy Adequacy and Balance of the PNGV Program John Sargent (U.S. Department of Commerce), Chair PNGV Government Technology Team
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