The Institution’s International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging returns in 2018 to address current and novel aspects of turbocharging system designs and boosting solutions. This popular conference brings together the international community to present technical findings and share innovative solutions, with 2016's conference seeing delegates from Austria, China, Germany, Japan, Sweden, USA, France, Italy, Netherlands, South Korea, Algeria, and Switzerland.
Downsizing and downspeeding development for spark ignition, compression ignition and hybrid engines will be the focus, as these are the fundamental ways to meet current emission legislations and environmental trends for reducing CO2. Focusing on air management solutions and improvements in overall engine reliability, durability and compactness, this conference will examine the new systems developments being implemented.
Feedback from the previous conference:
"Excellent environment to see the turbocharging industry at work"
Technical Director, National Laboratory of Engine Turbocharging Technology, China
"Excellent event to meet and greet almost every member of the turbocharging industry. Very good open discussions."
Associate Professor, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH)
"Highly prestigious turbocharging conference, which is fully supported by all major turbocharger manufacturers and a good mix of turbocharger customers"
Principal Consultant, Lloyd's Register EMEA
"One of the two reference events on turbocharging. Thank you."
Senior Director Powertrain, Honeywell
"This conference brings everyone working in turbocharging together under one roof."
Senior Advisor, Halder Beteiligungsberatung GmbH
"Thoroughly enjoyed the event, it was very well put together with a good representation of manufacturers, academics, technology companies. It was time and money very well spent to come away with great ideas and the contacts to make them happen."
Mazda Motor Corporation
Topics covered in 2018 to include:
Downsizing, down-speeding and e-boosting concepts
- Implications of current legislation (Euro 7 and Worldwide Light Vehicle Driving Test Cycle)
- Engine emission, fuel consumption and CO2 reduction under real driving conditions
- Single, two-stage, supercharged systems and exhaust gas recirculation
- Improved fatigue life, bearing design and rotodynamics
- Novel testing methods
- Advanced simulation and digital prototyping
- Transient response and altitude performance interaction with hybrid and e-boosting systems
- Applications of hybrid and exhaust waste energy recovery systems
- Alternative powertrains and fuel cells turbo blower
- Aerodynamics of compressors and turbines
- Control, sensors and software
- Power electronics and power storage
- High speed motors
- Advanced fuels for engines and applications of air managements systems
Call for Papers
The call for papers for this conference has now closed. For any queries, please contact Event Enquiries on +44 (0)20 7973 1251 or email firstname.lastname@example.org