Strategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies

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This study analyzes a range of technologies being applied to improve diesel engines for light vehicles in North America. Valvetrain, boosting, electronic engine management, fuel and combustion system, external emissions controls, and other technologies are investigated. Advantages and disadvantages, adoption preferences and directions of key engine makers, and variations in adoption by engine family and vehicle type are discussed. Regulatory drivers, energy considerations, socio-cultural issues, and the economic environment are investigated.

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Strategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive SummaryStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, IntroductionIntroductionResearch Scope and ObjectivesMethodologyStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Diesel Engine Background AnalysisIntroductionIntroductionMacro FactorsRegulatory DriversEnergy ConsiderationsSocio-Cultural IssuesEconomic EnvironmentEngine Builder Design ConsiderationsPerformance GoalsDesign Priorities and Trade-offsTrends in Diesel EnginesTrends in Powertrain MixTrends in Cylinder Count and LayoutTrends in Displacement; Power; and TorqueStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Diesel Valvetrain Technology and Opportunity AnalysisIntroductionBackgroundAdvanced Valvetrain Technology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages and DisadvantagesOverhead CamVariable Valve TimingVVT/VVL CombinationsCylinder DeactivationCamless ValvetrainsAdoption PreferencesAdoption Preferences and Directions of Key Engine MakersVariations by Engine Family and Vehicle TypeOpportunity AnalysisAvailability; Benefits; and CostsTechnology Adoption ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Diesel Boosting Technology and Opportunity AnalysisIntroductionBackgroundBoosting Technology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages and DisadvantagesSingle TurbochargersTwo-Stage TurbochargersMechanical SuperchargersElectric-Assist TurbochargersElectric BlowersIntercoolersAdoption PreferencesAdoption Preferences and Directions of Key Engine MakersVariations by Engine Family and Vehicle TypeOpportunity AnalysisAvailability; Benefits; and CostsTechnology Adoption ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Diesel Electronic Engine Management Technology and Opportunity AnalysisIntroductionBackgroundElectronic Engine Management Technology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages and DisadvantagesECU UpgradesSensor AdvancesReal-Time Communications and Data NetworkingAdoption PreferencesAdoption Preferences and Directions of Key Engine MakersVariations by Engine Family and Vehicle TypeOpportunity AnalysisAvailability; Benefits; and CostsTechnology Adoption ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Diesel Engine Fuel and Combustion Systems Technology and Opportunity AnalysisIntroductionBackgroundFuel and Combustion System Technology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages and DisadvantagesDirect Injection UpgradesActive Swirl/ Combustion Chamber UpgradesAdvanced Alternative Combustion ConceptsVariable Compression Ratio SystemsAdoption PreferencesAdoption Preferences and Directions of Key Engine MakersVariations in Technology Adoption Preferences and Directions by Engine Family and Vehicle TypeOpportunity AnalysisAvailability; Benefits; and CostsTechnology Adoption ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Diesel Engine External Emissions Control Technology and Opportunity AnalysisIntroductionBackgroundExternal Emissions Control Technology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages and DisadvantagesNOx Control OptionsControl of Particulate MatterControl of Other Exhaust EmissionsAdoption PreferencesAdoption Preferences and Directions of Key Engine MakersVariations by Engine Family and Vehicle TypeOpportunity AnalysisAvailability; Benefits; and CostsTechnology Adoption ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Other Diesel Technologies and Opportunity AnalysisIntroductionBackgroundOther Technology OptionsEvaluation of Technology Advantages and DisadvantagesFriction and Parasitic Loss ReductionUpgraded Mechanical ComponentsNewer MaterialsNoise/ Vibration/ Harshness ManagementAdoption PreferencesAdoption Preferences and Directions of Key Engine MakersVariations by Engine Family and Vehicle TypeOpportunity AnalysisAvailability; Benefits; and CostsTechnology Adoption ForecastsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Frost & Sullivan AwardsFrost & Sullivan AwardsFrost & Sullivan Product Innovation Award of the Year in Light Diesel TechnologiesFrost & Sullivan Market Leadership Award of the Year in Light Diesel TechnologiesFrost & Sullivan Industry Innovation and Advancement Award of the Year in Light Diesel TechnologiesStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Key Light Diesel Builders and Their SuppliersIntroductionIntroductionLight Diesel BuildersLight Diesel BuildersInternational Truck and Engine Corp. Engine GroupDuramaxCummins Engine Co. Inc.VolkswagenDaimlerChryslerKey Diesel Engine System SuppliersDirect Injection and Related TechnologiesTurbo Boosting SystemsExhaust Aftertreatment SystemsStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, AppendixGlossaryAbbreviationsCompound Annual Growth RateConversion EquationsExchange RatesStrategic Analysis of North American Automotive Light Diesel Technologies, Decision Support DatabaseDecision Support DatabaseCar ProductionLight Commercial Vehicle ProductionLight Vehicle SalesJoint Ventures and AffiliationsNorth American Trade Regulations




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