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THE 12TH
INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE ON
TURBOCHARGERS
AND TURBOCHARGING
17–18 May 2016
The Kia Oval,
Surrey County Cricket Club,
London
Combustion Engines and Fuels Group
Conference
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THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE ON TURBOCHARGERS
AND TURBOCHARGING
17-18 May 2016,
The Kia Oval, Surrey County Cricket Club, London
DON’T MISS
THIS INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE IS THE NEXT IN
THE INSTITUTION’S HIGHLY
SUCCESSFUL AND PRESTIGIOUS
SERIES, HELD REGULARLY SINCE
1978, ADDRESSING CURRENT
AND NOVEL ASPECTS OF
TURBOCHARGING SYSTEMS
DESIGN, BOOSTING SOLUTIONS
FOR ENGINE DOWNSIZING AND
IMPROVEMENTS IN EFFICIENCY.
The current emission legislations and
environmental trends for reducing CO2 and fuel
consumption are the major market forces in the
land transport industry. The internal combustion
engine is the key product and downsizing,
efficiency and economy are the driving forces
in development for both spark ignition (SI) and
compression ignition (CI) engines in the passenger
car and commercial vehicle applications.
Over 250 experts will come together to:
• Study advances in 1D simulation
and validation
• Enhance systems’ transient response
• Learn ways to reduce turbine fatigue
• Find out about new methods to improve
turbine unsteady flow
MEDIA PARTNERS
Exclusive drinks reception and
three-course networking dinner
after day one.
Limited places available, book your
ticket when registering.
KEY TOPICS INCLUDE:
• Novel applications
• Compressor design, matching,
interaction, fuel cell applications,
plus CFD
• Advanced simulation: 1D,
heat transfer and multibody
optimisation
• Transient response
• Supercharging, turbocompound,
V/G and 2-Stage
• Novel applications: Euro 7,
electric assist plus eBoosting
and down speeding
• Turbocharger gas stand and
novel testing methods
• Materials, housing, burst
containment, EGR
• Turbine; unsteady flow
• Turbine design, plus CFD
• Fatigue life
• Bearings, seals and rotodynamic
design
• Exhaust waste heat recovery
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PROGRAMME
DAY 1
TUESDAY 17 MAY
08:30
REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
09:00
CHAIR’S WELCOME & INTRODUCTION
09:10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
09:40
Tomonori Niizato, Senior Chief Engineer, Technology Development Division 3,
Automobile R&D Centre, Honda R&D
SESSION 1A: COMPRESSOR:
APPLICATIONS & MATCHING
SESSION 1B: GAS STAND & NOVEL
TESTING METHODS
TURBOCHARGER COMPRESSOR
MAP ENHANCEMENT FOR HIGHLY
EFFICIENT COMBUSTION ENGINES
THE E-DRIVE: AN ISENTROPIC
COMPRESSOR PERFORMANCE
TEST RIG
AERODYNAMIC DESIGN OF A HIGH
FLOW AND HIGH PRESSURE RATIO
CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR FOR A
MARINE-USE TURBOCHARGER
DETERMINE THE ISENTROPIC
TURBINE EFFICIENCY DUE TO
ADIABATIC MEASUREMENTS,
AND THE VALIDATION OF THE
CONDITIONS VIA A NEW CRITERION
Tobias Czapka, Dirk Hagelstein, Joerg
Theobald, Wolfgang Demmelbauer-Ebner,
Volkswagen AG, Germany; Joerg Seume,
Leibniz Universitaet Hannover, Germany
10:00
Chihiro Mikami, Kiwamu Yamada, Tomoki
Kawakubo, IHI Corporation, Japan
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
10:50
11:20
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
SESSION 2A: COMPRESSOR: FLOW
RANGE ENHANCEMENT DESIGN
SESSION 2B: GAS STAND & NOVEL
TESTING METHODS
INVESTIGATION OF PERFORMANCE
AND FLOW MECHANISM
OF A NON-AXISYMMETRIC
CASING TREATMENT IN
CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR FOR
TURBOCHARGERS
AN APPROACH TO TURBINE
HOUSING VALIDATION THROUGH
THE MEASUREMENT OF RESIDUAL
STRESS USING NEUTRON
DIFFRACTION AND OPERATIONALLY
INDUCED STRESSES USING HIGH
TEMPERATURE STRAIN GAUGES
GLOBAL OPTIMISATION OF
RECIRCULATION FLOW TYPE
CASING TREATMENT IN
CENTRIFUGAL
Daisaku Sakaguchi, Min Thaw Tun,
Nagasaki University, Japan; Ryusuke
Numakura, Baotong Wang, IHI Corporation,
Japan
12:00
Rainer Zimmermann, Clemens Biet, Roland
Baar, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany
NETWORKING REFRESHMENT BREAK
Baotong Wang, Ryuusuke Numakura,
Vehicle Turbocharger Operation, IHI
Corporation, Japan; Hideaki Tamaki,
Corporate Research & Development, IHI
Corporation, Japan
11:40
Phillip Parma, Marco Bergmann,
BorgWarner Turbo Systems, Germany
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
Katy Gannon, Kiumars Shoghi, BorgWarner
Turbo Systems, United Kingdom; Sue
Kilcoyne, The University of Huddersfield,
United Kingdom; Thilo Pirling, Institut
Laue-Langevin, France; Shu-Yan Zhang,
Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United
Kingdom
BIDIRECTIONAL FLOW
MEASUREMENT BASED ON THE
DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE METHOD
FOR SURGE ANALYSIS ON A SMALL
CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR
Moritz Werner, Roland Baar, Technische
Universität Berlin, Germany; Peter Haluska,
Ivo Sandor, Continental Automotive GmbH,
Germany
COMPRESSOR INLET AND OUTLET
PIPE LENGTH AND VOLUME,
AND THE EFFECTS ON THE
CHARACTERISTICS AND LOCATION
OF SURGE
Michael Whittlesea, Erling Roberts,
Cummins Turbo Technologies, United
Kingdom
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
12:40
NETWORKING LUNCH
PROGRAMME
13:50
SESSION 3A: SUPERCHARGING,
TURBOCOMPOUND, V/G & 2-STAGE
SESSION 3B: COMPRESSOR:
SURGE LINE MEASUREMENT
AND INTERACTION
AXIAL GROOVE CASING
TREATMENT IN AN AUTOMOTIVE
TURBOCHARGER CENTRIFUGAL
COMPRESSOR
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION
OF UPSTREAM INSTALLATION
EFFECTS ON THE TURBOCHARGER
COMPRESSOR MAP
ULTRA-HIGH EFFICIENCY SERIAL
TWO STAGE TURBOCHARGING
SYSTEM FOR MAXIMUM ENGINE
EFFICIENCY
INFLUENCE OF THE PIPING SYSTEM
ON THE SURGE LINE OF A SMALL
CENTRIFUGAL COMPRESSOR FOR
AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
Peter Harley, Andre Starke, Takahiro
Bamba, Dietmar Filsinger, IHI Charging
Systems International GmbH, Germany
14:10
Rob Cadle, Dietmar Giebert, Ashraf
Mohamed, Ronren Gu, Matthew Oakes,
Honeywell International,
United States of America
14:30
Bertrand Kerres, Andreas Cronhjort,
Department of Machine Design, KTH Royal
Institute of Technology, Sweden; Mihai
Mihaescu, Department of Mechanics, KTH
Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Christoph Schäfer, Ivo Sandor, Michael
Klaus, Continental Automotive GmbH,
Germany; Roland Baar, Technische
Universität Berlin, Germany
VTG TURBOCHARGER EVOLUTION
OF BORGWARNER TURBO SYSTEMS
Ralf Christmann, Ralf Kopietz, Nico Buhl,
Hermann Breitbach, BorgWarner Turbo
Systems, Germany
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS
15:10
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS
NETWORKING REFRESHMENT BREAK
SESSION 4: ADVANCED SIMULATION
15:40
OBTAINING BULK FLOW BASED
HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENTS
FOR THERMAL
Aliihsan Karamavruc, Borg Warner, United
States of America
16:00
THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT NOZZLE CLEARANCE AT HUB AND SHROUD SIDE
ON VARIABLE NOZZLE TURBINE PERFORMANCE
Xin Shi, Sinan Guo, Ben Zhao, Ce Yang and Chaochen Ma, Beijing Institute of Technology,
China (PRC)
16:20
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON SPEAKERS
16:50
CHAIR’S CLOSING REMARKS
17:00
CLOSE OF DAY 1
19:00
CONFERENCE DRINKS RECEPTION AND NETWORKING DINNER
DAY 2
Join speakers and industry for an exclusive networking opportunity and a three course
dinner with wine.
• Booking required. See booking form or visit www.imeche.org/turbo.
• Places offered on a first-come first-serve basis.
WEDNESDAY 18 MAY
08:30
REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS
09:00
CHAIR’S OPENING REMARKS
09:10
KEYNOTE ADDRESS
Heijo Ölschlegel, Daimler AG
SESSION 5A: TURBINE;
UNSTEADY FLOW
SESSION 5B: MATERIALS, HOUSING,
BURST CONTAINMENT,
EGR AND FATIGUE LIFE
PROGRAMME
09:50
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL
UNSTEADY FLOW CONTROL
METHOD: CONTROLLING THE
ROTATING NOZZLE RING
EXPLICIT DYNAMIC FINITE
ELEMENT SIMULATION OF
TURBOCHARGER CONTAINMENT
AND WHEEL BURST
DUAL VOLUTE TURBOCHARGER THE NEXT GENERATION OF
PULSE OPTIMISED TURBINES FOR
AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS
AN IMPROVED APPROACH TO HCF
DEVELOPMENT FOR VANELESS
TURBINE STAGES
ANALYSES OF FLOW STRUCTURES
OF A TWIN-ENTRY VOLUTE UNDER
PULSATILE FLOWS CONDITIONS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A LONG
ROUTE EGR TURBOCHARGER
FOR COMMERCIAL ENGINE
APPLICATIONS
Kun Cao, Peter Newton, Flora Harminder,
Ricard Martinez-Botas, Mechanical
Engineering, Imperial College London,
United Kingdom
10:10
Marc Gugau, Tom Heuer, Sascha Weiske,
Rolf Sauerstein, Ferdinand Winkler,
BorgWarner Turbo Systems Engineering
GmbH, Germany
10:30
Cerdoun Mahfoudh, Ecole Militaire
Polytechnique, Algeria; Ghenaiet Adel,
Faculty of Mechanical and Process
Engineering, University of Sciences
and Technology, Algeria
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
11:10
11:40
13:30
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
SESSION 6B: MATERIALS, HOUSING,
BURST CONTAINMENT,
EGR AND FATIGUE LIFE
DESIGN OF A TURBINE-GENERATORUNIT FOR AUTOMOBILE ORC
APPLICATION
DEVELOPMENT OF A HIGH
TEMPERATURE TURBOCHARGER
FOR HEAVY DUTY APPLICATIONS
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
Q&A SESSION WITH MORNING
SPEAKERS
Andrew Sullivan, Mike Eastwood, David
Brown, Cummins Turbo Technologies,
United Kingdom
NETWORKING LUNCH
SESSION 7A - BEARINGS,
SEALS & ROTORDYNAMIC DESIGN
SESSION 7B: NOVEL APPLICATION:
EURO 7 & ELECTRIC ASSIST PLUS
EBOOSTING & DOWN SPEEDING
HEAT FLOW IN A TURBOCHARGER
SHAFT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE
BEARING SYSTEM
LOW INERTIA CENTRIFUGAL
COMPRESSOR WHEELS: INFLUENCE
OF BACKSIDE CAVITY ON
AERODYNAMIC LOSSES
AND AXIAL FORCES
Tore Fischer, Henning Raetz, Melf Peters,
Joerg Seume; Institute of Turbomachinery
and Fluid Dynamics, Leibniz Universitaet
Hannover, Germany
EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL
ANALYSIS OF SEALING RING
OF A TURBOCHARGER
ELECTRICALLY ASSISTED
TURBOCHARGER OPTIMISATION
FOR A HEAVY DUTY DIESEL ENGINE
THE EFFECT OF OIL FILM
INSTABILITY ON POWER LOSSES
PREDICTION OF TURBOCHARGER
ROTOR-FULLY FLOATING RING
BEARING SYSTEM
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS
Chaochen Ma, Zhi Huang, Jin Bo, Hong
Zhang, Beijing Institute of Technology,
China (PRC)
14:10
Michael Burkinshaw, Cummins Turbo
Technologies, United Kingdom
SESSION 6A - BEARINGS,
SEALS & ROTORDYNAMIC DESIGN
Thorsten Kleine, Henning Rätz, Joerg
Seume, Institute for Turbomachinery and
Fluid-Dynamics, Leibniz Universitaet
Hannover, Germany; Nils Lübbert, Aerzener
Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Germany
13:50
Christopher Wilkins, William Smith, Durga
Gouravaraju, Wagner Magalhaes, Zdenek
Neterda, Honeywell Turbo Technologies,
United States of America
NETWORKING REFRESHMENT BREAK
Harald Kunte, Joerg Seume, Leibniz
Universitaet Hannover, Germany
12:30
Lin Wang, Mike Eastwood, Cummins Turbo
Technologies, United Kingdom
Liang Tian, Matthew Wakelin, Craig
Lancaster, Martin Lindsay, Cummins Turbo
Technologies, United Kingdom
Ahmed Rezk, Martin Jupp, University of
Huddersfield, United Kingdom; Jeff Carter,
BorgWarner Turbo Systems,
United Kingdom
PROGRAMME
14:30
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS
14:50
NETWORKING REFRESHMENT BREAK
15:20
SESSION 8A: EXHAUST WASTE HEAT
RECOVERY
SESSION 8B: NOVEL APPLICATION:
EURO 7 & ELECTRIC ASSIST PLUS
EBOOSTING & DOWN SPEEDING
A ROBUST AND VALID METHOD OF
GAS FOIL BEARING PARAMETERS
ESTIMATION: A MODEL ANCHORED
ON EXPERIMENTAL DATA
DESIGN OF COMPRESSOR FOR
ELECTRICALLY DECOUPLED
TURBOCHARGER IN DOWNSIZED
GASOLINE ENGINE BY 3D INVERSE
DESIGN
Robert Hoffmann, Oliver Munz, Enrico
Barth, Tomasz Pronobis, Robert Liebich,
Technische Universität Berlin
15:40
EVALUATION METHOD OF THE
EXHAUST SYSTEM OF THE
TURBOCHARGED DIESEL ENGINE
BASED ON EXERGY AND ENTHALPY
ANALYSES
A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT
HIGH-SPEED ELECTRICAL MACHINE
TOPOLOGIES DESIGNED FOR
AN ELECTRICALLY ASSISTED
TURBOCHARGER
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS
PERFORMANCE TESTING OF
AN ELECTRICALLY ASSISTED
TURBOCHARGER ON A HEAVY DUTY
DIESEL ENGINE
Chaochen Ma, School of Mechanical
Engineering, Beijing Institute of
Technology, China; Liwei Sun, School of
Mechanical Engineering, Beijing Institute
of Technology, China and Automotive
Engineering Institute, China; Na Fang,
Dongfeng Automotive Engineering
Research Institute Technical Centre, China
16:00
Irfan Ghazaly, Mehrdad Zangeneh,
University College London, United Kingdom
Mahir Al-Ani, Martin Jupp, University of
Huddersfield, United Kingdom; Jeff Carter,
BorgWarner Turbo Systems, Bradford,
United Kingdom
Edward Winward, Richard Stobart,
Dezong Zhao, Zhijia Yang, Loughborough
University, United Kingdom; John Rutledge,
Caterpillar Inc, United Kingdom; Jeff
Carter, BorgWarner Turbo Systems, United
Kingdom; Aaron Costall, Imperial College
London, United Kingdom
16:20
Q&A SESSION WITH AFTERNOON
SPEAKERS
16:50
CLOSING REMARKS
17:00
CLOSE OF CONFERENCE
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Honeywell Garrett
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IHI
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Ford
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SCANIA Power Train Sweden
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Jaguar Land Rover
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Volkswagen AG
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Lloyd’s Register EMEA
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