Technology Analysis of Advanced Exhaust Heat Recovery Systems in Passenger Cars

Technology Analysis of Advanced Exhaust Heat Recovery Systems in Passenger Cars

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23-Oct-2015
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North America
Research Code: ND65-01-00-00-00
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Exhaust heat recovery (EHR) is a promising approach to reducing fuel consumption of future vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. Besides reducing exhaust emissions, EHR concepts focus on improving the use of primary energy. Irrespective of displacement, contemporary internal combustion engines convert less than 40% of the fuel energy used into mechanical energy. In low-load urban driving cycles, efficiency can fall below 20%. This study provides a strategic overview of EHR technologies in the passenger vehicle market in Europe and North America, including key R&D trends, market drivers and restraints, and adoption goals. Other objectives include analysing disruptive technology alerts and market direction by OEM from 2015 to 2022.

Table of Contents

Key Findings

Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Roadmap

Performance Goals for EHR Technologies

EHR Technology Development and Adoption Drivers

OEM Considerations for EHR Technology Development

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Research Background and Methodology

Research Methodology

Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study

Product/Technology Segmentation

Exhaust Heat Recovery Systems (EHRS)—Technology Scope & Definition

EHRS—Thermoelectric Generators

EHRS—Turbogenerator

Vehicle Segmentation

Energy Conservation and Recovery Systems—Requirements

Exhaust Energy Recovery—Technologies Roadmap towards 2020

EHRS—Key Attributes

EHRS—Key Goals Targeted by OEMs

EHRS—OEM Interest Levels

EHRS—Technology Rollout Progression

EHRS—Case Study, BMW Group

EHRS—Case Study, Ford Motor Co.

EHRS—Case Study, Exoes Technologies

Key Conclusions and Future Outlook

The Last Word—3 Big Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

Learn More – Next Steps

Market Engineering Methodology

List of Figures
  • 1. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, Global, 2015–2020 and beyond
  • 2. Passenger Vehicle Sales Forecast, Europe and North America, 2015–2022
  • 3. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Industry Participants, Europe and North America, 2015
  • 4. Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study
  • 5. Passenger Vehicle Segmentation by Class, Global, 2015
  • 6. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Attributes, Global, 2015–2022
  • 7. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Interest Levels, Global, 2015–2022
List of Charts
  • 1. Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies: Technology Roadmap, Europe and North America, 2010–2020+
  • 2. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: EHR Goals, Global, 2015–2022
  • 3. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Adoption Drivers, Global, 2015
  • 4. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Adoption Criteria, Global, 2015
  • 5. Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies: Segmentation, Europe and North America, 2015
  • 6. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: TEGs Working, Global, 2015
  • 7. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Turbogenerator Working, Global, 2015
  • 8. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Usable Energy and Losses in an Automobile, 2015–2022
  • 9. Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Roadmap, Global, 2010–2020
  • 10. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Attributes, Global, 2015–2022
  • 11. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Adoption Trends, Global, 2010–2020
  • 12. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Ford Case Study, Global, 2015–2022
  • 13. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Exoes’ EVE, Global, 2015
  • 14. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook
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Exhaust heat recovery (EHR) is a promising approach to reducing fuel consumption of future vehicles powered by internal combustion engines. Besides reducing exhaust emissions, EHR concepts focus on improving the use of primary energy. Irrespective of displacement, contemporary internal combustion engines convert less than 40% of the fuel energy used into mechanical energy. In low-load urban driving cycles, efficiency can fall below 20%. This study provides a strategic overview of EHR technologies in the passenger vehicle market in Europe and North America, including key R&D trends, market drivers and restraints, and adoption goals. Other objectives include analysing disruptive technology alerts and market direction by OEM from 2015 to 2022.
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Table of Contents | Executive Summary~ || Key Findings~ || Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Roadmap~ || Performance Goals for EHR Technologies~ || EHR Technology Development and Adoption Drivers~ || OEM Considerations for EHR Technology Development~ || Key Conclusions and Future Outlook~ | Research Scope, Objectives, Background and Methodology~ || Research Scope~ || Research Aims and Objectives~ || Research Background and Methodology~ || Research Methodology~ || Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study~ || Product/Technology Segmentation~ || Exhaust Heat Recovery Systems (EHRS)—Technology Scope & Definition~ || EHRS—Thermoelectric Generators~ || EHRS—Turbogenerator~ || Vehicle Segmentation~ | Market Analysis of EHR Technologies~ || Energy Conservation and Recovery Systems—Requirements~ || Exhaust Energy Recovery—Technologies Roadmap towards 2020~ || EHRS—Key Attributes~ || EHRS—Key Goals Targeted by OEMs~ || EHRS—OEM Interest Levels~ || EHRS—Technology Rollout Progression~ | OEM and Supplier Case Studies~ || EHRS—Case Study, BMW Group~ || EHRS—Case Study, Ford Motor Co.~ || EHRS—Case Study, Exoes Technologies~ | Conclusions and Future Outlook~ || Key Conclusions and Future Outlook~ || The Last Word—3 Big Predictions~ || Legal Disclaimer~ | Appendix~ || Learn More – Next Steps~ || Market Engineering Methodology~
List of Charts and Figures 1. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Conclusions and Future Outlook, Global, 2015–2020 and beyond~ 2. Passenger Vehicle Sales Forecast, Europe and North America, 2015–2022~ 3. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Industry Participants, Europe and North America, 2015~ 4. Key OEM/Participant Groups Compared in this Study~ 5. Passenger Vehicle Segmentation by Class, Global, 2015~ 6. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Attributes, Global, 2015–2022~ 7. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Interest Levels, Global, 2015–2022~| 1. Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies: Technology Roadmap, Europe and North America, 2010–2020+~ 2. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: EHR Goals, Global, 2015–2022~ 3. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Adoption Drivers, Global, 2015~ 4. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Adoption Criteria, Global, 2015~ 5. Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies: Segmentation, Europe and North America, 2015~ 6. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: TEGs Working, Global, 2015~ 7. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Turbogenerator Working, Global, 2015~ 8. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Usable Energy and Losses in an Automobile, 2015–2022~ 9. Energy Conservation and Recovery Technologies Roadmap, Global, 2010–2020~ 10. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Key Attributes, Global, 2015–2022~ 11. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: OEM Adoption Trends, Global, 2010–2020~ 12. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Ford Case Study, Global, 2015–2022~ 13. Exhaust Heat Recovery Technologies: Exoes’ EVE, Global, 2015~ 14. Key Conclusions and Future Outlook~
Author Arun Chandranath
Industries Automotive
WIP Number ND65-01-00-00-00
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