Optimizing exhaust systems for emissions reduction using simulation

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Learn how to use simulation to evaluate numerous concepts and designs of exhaust after-treatment systems.

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Guest Speaker: Paul Boucharel - Leading technical expert - Powertrain system analysis at Continental.

Today around 25% of global emissions are generated by the automotive industry.  This has resulted in a big challenge for the industry to find ways to reduce these harmful exhaust gas emissions.  Managing exhaust gas emissions requires several different strategies beyond the internal combustion engine and after-treatment systems.  These strategies are influenced by a number of different factors which should be considered: these include but are not limited to vehicle variants, powertrain electrification, control strategies, after-treatment system design and architecture, and driving cycle scenarios.

Evaluating numerous concepts and design is challenging, and in that context, Simcenter provides simulation capabilities to deploy the most appropriate engineering approach to help you achieve the governmental regulations. 

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