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Internal Combustion Engines 2017

2017-12-06 09:00 2017-12-06 17:30 Europe/London

With a shifting focus to battery technology it is easy to forget that hybrids still require an internal combustion engine. Internal Combustion Engines will continue to be part of the solution for some time to come and investment and research will continue to be made in this area. Join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Internal Combustion Engines 2017 conference to hear from those at the forefront of this research in the quest for more efficient hydrocarbon fuel engines. LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.

With a shifting focus to battery technology it is easy to forget that hybrids still require an internal combustion engine. Internal Combustion Engines will continue to be part of the solution for some time to come and investment and research will continue to be made in this area. Join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Internal Combustion Engines 2017 conference to hear from those at the forefront of this research in the quest for more efficient hydrocarbon fuel engines. LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.

With a shifting focus to battery technology it is easy to forget that hybrids still require an internal combustion engine. Internal Combustion Engines will continue to be part of the solution for some time to come and investment and research will continue to be made in this area. Join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Internal Combustion Engines 2017 conference to hear from those at the forefront of this research in the quest for more efficient hydrocarbon fuel engines. LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.
 
Attend Internal Combustion Engines 2017 to:
  • Hear keynote addresses from government and industry including the Office for Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), JCB, Ford and Jaguar Land Rover
  • Consider the latest developments in diesel and gasoline engines aimed at improving performance, efficiency and fuel economy
  • Explore new engine designs for hybrid powertrains
  • Find out how multi-fidelity powertrain simulation has been developed for future legislation compliance
  • Hear OEM case studies and take part in a panel discussion with your peers and industry leaders
Confirmed keynote speakers at Internal Combustion Engines 2017:
  • Alan Tolley, Group Director - Engines, JCB
  • Bob Moran, Deputy Head, Office for Low Emission Vehicles
  • Carsten Weber, Manager, Engine & Powertrain Systems Research & Advanced Engineering, Ford
  • Tony Harper, Research Director, Jaguar Land Rover
Key sessions at the conference will cover:
  • Diesel Engines and their Fuels
  • Powertrain Design
  • Gasoline Engines
  • Vehicles and Simulation

LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.

Birmingham
Discount for LowCVP members
Date:  06 Dec 2017 - 06 Dec 2017
Time:  09:00 - 17:30
Location:   Birmingham
Full Address:

Hyatt Regency Birmingham, 2 Bridge St, Birmingham B1 2JZ





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With a shifting focus to battery technology it is easy to forget that hybrids still require an internal combustion engine. Internal Combustion Engines will continue to be part of the solution for some time to come and investment and research will continue to be made in this area. Join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Internal Combustion Engines 2017 conference to hear from those at the forefront of this research in the quest for more efficient hydrocarbon fuel engines. LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.
 
Attend Internal Combustion Engines 2017 to:
  • Hear keynote addresses from government and industry including the Office for Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), JCB, Ford and Jaguar Land Rover
  • Consider the latest developments in diesel and gasoline engines aimed at improving performance, efficiency and fuel economy
  • Explore new engine designs for hybrid powertrains
  • Find out how multi-fidelity powertrain simulation has been developed for future legislation compliance
  • Hear OEM case studies and take part in a panel discussion with your peers and industry leaders
Confirmed keynote speakers at Internal Combustion Engines 2017:
  • Alan Tolley, Group Director - Engines, JCB
  • Bob Moran, Deputy Head, Office for Low Emission Vehicles
  • Carsten Weber, Manager, Engine & Powertrain Systems Research & Advanced Engineering, Ford
  • Tony Harper, Research Director, Jaguar Land Rover
Key sessions at the conference will cover:
  • Diesel Engines and their Fuels
  • Powertrain Design
  • Gasoline Engines
  • Vehicles and Simulation

LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.







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