Strategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies

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This study examines advanced gasoline engine technologies in use or under consideration in North America. The primary purpose is to examine opportunities for and threats to engine makers and their suppliers. Valvetrain, boosting, electronic engine management, air/fuel system, hybrid, and other technologies are examined in detail, and trends by automaker are presented.

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Strategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Executive SummaryIntroductionIntroductionGasoline Engine Background AnalysisIntroductionTrends in Powertrain MixTrends in Boosting PenetrationTrends in Layout and Cylinder CountAdvanced TechnologiesValvetrain TechnologyBoosting TechnologyElectronic Engine Management TechnologyAir/Fuel SystemsGasoline-Electric Hybrid TechnologiesOther Advanced Engine TechnologiesEngine Maker DirectionsDomestic Big 3Japanese Big 3Other Engine BrandsComparative ReviewFrost & Sullivan AwardExcellence in Technology Innovation AwardStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Scope and MethodologyResearch Scope and ObjectivesResearch ScopeObjectivesMethod of ApproachGeneralAssumptionsProject LimitationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Gasoline Engine Background AnalysisIntroductionIntroductionMacro FactorsIntroductionRegulatory DriversEnergy ConsiderationsSocio-Cultural IssuesEconomic EnvironmentEngine Builders' Design ConsiderationsPerformance GoalsDesign Priorities and TradeoffsTrends in PowertrainsTrends in Powertrain MixTrends in Boosting PenetrationTrends in Layout and Cylinder CountTrends in Displacement and PowerStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Engine Technology Analysis: ValvetrainsBackground on ValvetrainsBackgroundTechnology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages/DisadvantagesOverhead Cam/MultivalveVariable Valve TimingVariable Valve Timing and LiftCylinder DeactivationCamless ValvetrainsBenefit:Cost ComparisonTechnology AvailabilityAdoption Preferences/Directions of Key Engine MakersDomestic Big 3 TrendsJapanese Big 3 TrendsTrends for Other MakesVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and DirectionsEngine Family VariationsVehicle Type VariationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Engine Technology Analysis: BoostingBoosting TechnologyBackgroundTechnology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages/DisadvantagesTurbochargersMechanical SuperchargersElectric-Assist TurbochargersElectric BlowersIntercoolersBenefit:Cost ComparisonTechnology AvailabilityAdoption Preferences/Directions of Key Engine MakersDomestic Big 3 TrendsJapanese Big 3 TrendsTrends for Other MakesVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and DirectionsEngine Family VariationsVehicle Type VariationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Engine Technology Analysis: Electronic Engine ManagementBackground on Electronic Engine Management TechnologyBackgroundTechnology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages/DisadvantagesElectronic Control Unit UpgradesSensor AdvancesIgnition UpgradesReal-Time Data Communications and NetworkingBenefit:Cost ComparisonTechnology AvailabilityAdoption Preferences/Directions of Key Engine MakersDomestic Big 3 TrendsJapanese Big 3 TrendsTrends for Other MakesVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and DirectionsEngine Family VariationsVehicle Type VariationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Engine Technology Analysis: Air/Fuel SystemsBackground on Air/Fuel System TechnologyBackgroundTechnology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages/DisadvantagesPort EFI UpgradesGasoline Direct InjectionVariable Intake SystemsActive Swirl/Tumble SystemsElectronic Throttle ControlsAdvanced Combustion Concepts: Homogenous Charge Compression IgnitionNovel Engine Cycles (Atkinson and Miller)Variable Compression Ratio SystemsBenefit:Cost ComparisonTechnology AvailabilityAdoption Preferences of Key Engine MakersDomestic Big 3 TrendsJapanese Big 3 TrendsTrends for Other MakesVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and DirectionsEngine Family VariationsVehicle Type VariationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Engine Technology Analysis: HybridsBackground on Gasoline Hybrid Electric Vehicle TechnologyBackgroundTechnology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages/DisadvantagesBelt Alternator Starter SystemsIntegrated Starter GeneratorsGasoline Direct Injection Combustion-Assist StartingAdvanced Energy StorageVarious Other Enabling TechnologiesBenefit:Cost ComparisonTechnology AvailabilityAdoption Preferences/Directions of Key Engine MakersTechnology PenetrationDomestic Big 3 TrendsJapanese Big 3 TrendsTrends for Other MakesVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and DirectionsEngine Family VariationsVehicle Type VariationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Engine Technology Analysis: Other TechnologiesBackground on Other TechnologiesBackgroundTechnology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages/DisadvantagesFriction/Parasitic Loss ReductionUpgraded Mechanical ComponentsNewer MaterialsAdvanced Emission ControlsNoise/Vibration/Harshness ManagementBenefit:Cost ComparisonTechnology AvailabilityAdoption Preferences/Directions of Key Engine MakersDomestic Big 3 TrendsJapanese Big 3 TrendsTrends for Other MakesVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and DirectionsEngine Family VariationsVehicle Type VariationsStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, AppendixAbbreviations and EquationsAbbreviationsCompound Annual Growth RateConversion EquationsExchange RatesExchange RatesStrategic Analysis of North American Advanced Automotive Gasoline Engine Technologies, Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support DatabaseAverage Annual Household ExpenditureAverage Annual Household IncomeAverage Disposable Income per HouseholdNominal GDP




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