Engines, Fuels, Lubricants, and Vehicle Systems Program

Development of a Robust Adaptive, Model-Based Nonlinear Control Strategy for an Automotive Powertrain, 03-R9466
Development of Algorithms for the Control of the Camless Valvetrains of a Single-Cylinder, Four-Valve Engine,
Evaluation of Universal Exhaust Gas Oxygen Sensor for Trapped Equivalence Ratio in Large-Bore, Two-Stroke Gas Engines, 03-R9493
Development of Advanced Automated Mapping/Calibration Techniques for Complex Engine Control Systems,
A Study of Ignition System Performance and Design, 03-9525
Transient Control Strategies for an Engine with an Exhaust Treatment System to Meet Future Emissions Standards, 03-9526
Modeling and Correlation of the Human Body’s Filters/Response to Acceleration During Vehicle Shifting and Transfer to the Laboratory Environment, 03-R9576
Advanced Modeling and Control Approaches for Engines with Multiple Combustion Modes, 03-R9580
The Effect of Increased Exhaust Gas Recirculation on Gasoline Direct-Injection Engine Performance, 03-R9596
Analytical Model Tool Development for the Lubrication of an Automatic Transmission, 03-R9602
Impact Assessment of Future Technologies for Heavy-Duty Truck, 03-R9605
Light-Duty Vehicle Fuel Economy Improvement from Increased Exhaust Gas Recirculation, 03-R9614
Laboratory-Based Automatic Transaxle Calibration, 03-R9635
Development of Clean Diesel Demonstration Vehicle with Alternative Combustion and Multivariable Control System, 03-R9636
A Novel Approach to Collection, Speciation, and Quantification of Semi-Volatile Hydrocarbons on Diesel Engine Emissions, 08-R9490
Detailed Speciation and Quantification of Toxic Organic Pollutants on Particulate Matter from Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions, 08-R9641

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