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Review of the U.S. Department of Energy's Heavy Vehicle Technologies Program Appendix B Presentations and Committee Activities Committee meeting, February 16–18, 2000, Washington, D.C. Overview of the Office of Transportation Technologies (OTT) Tom Gross, Deputy Assistant Secretary, OTT Mission, History, and Organization of Office of Heavy Vehicle Technologies (OHVT) Discussion of Committee's Statement of Task Jim Eberhardt, Director, OHVT OHVT Program Development and Program Planning Methodology Jim Eberhardt, Director, OHVT Overview of OHVT Budgets, Plans, Priorities, and Balance of Activities Jim Eberhardt, Director, OHVT OHVT R&D on Advanced Combustion Engine Gurpreet Singh, Team Leader, Advanced Combustion Engine R&D, OHVT R&D on Heavy Vehicle Systems and Materials Sidney Diamond, Team Leader, Heavy Vehicle Systems and Materials R&D, OHVT Heavy Vehicle Hybrid Richard Wares, Team Leader, Heavy Vehicle Hybrid, OHVT Fuels Utilization Stephen Goguen, Team Leader, Fuels Utilization, OHVT Environmental Science and Health Michael Gurivich, Team Leader, Environmental Science and Health Activities, OHVT Union of Concerned Scientist's (UCS's) Perspective on the OHVT Program Jason Mark, Senior Transportation Analyst, UCS Program/Industry Activities in the OHVT Program Jim Patton, Cummins Engine Company Nabil Hakim, Detroit Diesel Corporation Committee meeting, April 26–27, 2000, Washington, D.C. Diesel Fuel Standards and Tier 2 Standards for Light and Heavy Trucks Chet France, Director, Assessment and Standards Division, Environmental Protection Agency Particulate Matter Emissions from Gasoline-Powered and Diesel-Powered Vehicles M. Matti Maricq, Principal Research Scientist, Ford Scientific Research Laboratory Health Effects Related to Particulate Matter from Diesel-Powered and Gasoline-Powered Vehicles Dan Greenbaum, President, Health Effects Institute Health Effects of Diesel-Powered and Gasoline-Powered Vehicle Emissions Joe Mauderly, Senior Scientist, Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute Integrated Emissions Control for Heavy-Duty and Light-Duty Diesel Engines James Thoss, Chief Engineer, Catalytic Systems Division, Johnson Matthey The 21st Century Truck Initiative Paul Skalny, U.S. Army Tank Automotive Command
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Review of the U.S. Department of Energy's Heavy Vehicle Technologies Program Light Truck Diesel Engine Developments with DOE John Stang, Cummins Engine Company Light Truck Diesel Engine Developments with DOE Eric Fluga, Caterpillar Engine Research Light Truck Developments with DOE Charlie Freese, Vice President, Automotive, Detroit Diesel Corporation Status of Heavy Vehicle Hybrid Solicitation Jim Eberhardt, Richard Wares, Team Leaders, Heavy Vehicle Hybrid, OHVT Committee meeting, June 14–16, 2000, Washington, D.C. Questions and Answers on the OHVT Program and DOE's Perspective on the 21st Century Truck Initiative Jim Eberhardt, Director, OHVT
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