Lectures of the 32nd International Vienna Motor Symposium

Proceedings from the 32nd International Vienna Motor Symposium now available through SAE International.

One of the most prestigious conferences on engine development in the industry today, the International Vienna Motor Symposium, now in its 32nd year, gathers world renowned experts to discuss the current and future state of motor technology.

According to Dr. Hans Peter Lenz, president of the Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers, who opened this year’s conference, markets are now in a better position to understand how internal combustion engines and electrified powertrains can actually complement each other.

Presenters offered their input and experience in the development of new technologies enabling higher levels of fuel efficiency and power, longer range and a cleaner way for the mobility industry to move forward.

The proceedings, available in two volumes and a CD, contain all the technical papers given during the meeting, both in English and in German.

Main topics covered are:

  • New powertrain technologies
  • Advanced exhaust gas after-treatment
  • New diesel engines
  • Flexible use of fuel
  • Tomorrow’s energy and mobility
  • Engines variability
  • Fundamental issues on electrification
  • Injection systems for Otto and diesel engines
  • Comparison of different storage systems
  • Supercharging
  • Off-road and high performance engines
  • Published:
    • 2011-05-05
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    • Published by OVK / Osterreichischer Verein fur Kraftfahrzeugtechnik with a Product Code of B-913, ISBN of 978-3-18-373512-9, and 788 pages. Table of Contents
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