The real-time in-cylinder sensing helps improve the efficiency and reduce emission of internal combustion engine. An advanced in-cylinder combustion sensor complemented with DEP proprietary advanced algorithms has the potential to replace pressure sensors, oxygen sensors and knock sensors. The latest technology from DEP enables performing multiple sensing tasks and real time Engine management by provided feedback to the electronic control of engine to achieve goals of future stringent emission norms and fuel economy standards.
IC sensors are superior to pressure transducers as they can predict combustion, performance and engine out emissions in addition to their low cost. The advanced IC sensors with the new IP algorithms have the ability to produce basic information about engine combustion, performance, and emissions parameters on a cylinder-to-cylinder, and a cycle-by-cycle basis. This session will address its unique abilities that controls and fine tunes the production engine to meet its targets over its life time.
Special Focus on: Multipurpose roles of Spark Plugs, Glow Plugs, Fuel Injectors, and Stand Alone sensors using Ion Sensing technology to provide valuable engine performance data, better control emissions, cure engine anomalies, improve fuel economy, and many other benefits.
Date & Time: April 24, 11:30 AM EST
Presenter: John Gelmisi, Director – Business Development