Preliminary Program online now!



The preliminary programm is online now. Please note that changes to the program may still occur.

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  • Monday - Jun 12
  • Tuesday - Jun 13
  • Wednesday - Jun 14
  • Thursday - Jun 15
  • All rooms
  • Accelleron Hall 2
  • INNIO Hall 3
  • OMT Hall 1
  • Robert Bosch Hall 4
Accelleron Hall 2
21.0 Basic Research & Advanced Engineering - Visualizations
050
Diagnosis of High-pressure Hydrogen Jet Flame Evolution with a Variation in Ignition Location
Ho Lung Yip, The University of New South Wales
362
Characterization of future fuels using an optically accessible rapid compression machine
Clemens Gößnitzer, LEC GmbH
416
Optical experiments on ammonia combustion in spark-ignition engines with enhanced turbulence
Jiaying Pan, Tianjin University
620
Investigation of Post-injections for Emission Reduction of Diesel-piloted Ammonia Spray Combustion
Valentin Scharl, Technical University of Munich, Chair of Thermodynamics
INNIO Hall 3
8.0 Fuels - Alternative & New Fuels
113
Development of premixed ammonia combustion strategy with minimum emissions for marine diesel engines
Yoichi Niki, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology
236
The effect of injection strategy on combustion and emissions of ammonia Marine engine
Yue Wu, Harbin Engineering University
257
Effects of Ammonia Ratios on Efficiency and Emissions of Diesel Pilot-ignited Ammonia Engine
Shouying Jin, Tianjin University
420
Effects of Fuel Ratio and Injection Strategy on Ammonia -Diesel Engine
Zunhua Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology
348
Preparing for future demands - the CSSC Global 2-stroke Test Center
Sebastian Hensel, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
OMT Hall 1
5.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Solutions
463
Investigations on combined scrubbing & particle filtration technologies for maritime applications
Uwe Etzien, University of Rostock - Chair of Piston Machines and Internal Combustion Engines
537
Dynamic simulation of a closed loop wet scrubber system
Benny Mestemaker, Royal IHC
555
Reducing particle emissions from marine engines – fuel choices and technology pathways
Kati Lehtoranta, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland
545
The bench test research of Higee-based Marine exhaust gas cleaning system
Shien Tu, Shanghai Marine Diesel Engine Research Institution
379
Experimental study on the performance of an impinging scrubber
Wenbo Zhang, China Shipbuilding Power Engineering Institute Co., Ltd
Robert Bosch Hall 4
11.0 New Engine Developments - Gas
082
Influence of blend ratio on turbocharging & combustion in HS gas eng. applications with CH4/H2 blend
Raphael Ryser, Turbo Systems Switzerland Ltd.
114
Combustion Process Optimization for Wood Gas in a Gas Engine of a Combined Heat and Power Plant
Jure Galović, Institute of Powertrains and Automotive Technology, Vienna University of Technology
289
Progress of gas engines toward GHG reduction and carbon neutral fuel utilization
Timothy Callahan, Southwest Research Institute
407
Optical experiments on abnormal combustion behaviors in port-injected hydrogen engines
Jiaying Pan, Tianjin University
573
Consideration of Combustion Improvements of Lean-burn Gas Engine with Pre-combustion Chamber
Elsayed Abdelhameed, Kyushu University
Accelleron Hall 2
2.0 System Integration and Hybridization
419
Suggestions on Amendments of IMO’s EEDI: Calculating EEDI Using Engine Operational Power
Congbiao Sui, Harbin Engineering University
090
Z-PELLER electrification and optimization for decarbonization
Yota Harada, IHI POWER SYSTEMS Co., Ltd.
328
Development of a Free-Running Model Test Methodology for Evaluation of a Full-Scale Ship Propulsion
OLEKSIY BONDARENKO, National Maritime Research Institute of Japan
651
Optimization of Complex Energy Systems as an Enabler for Sustainable Shipping Solutions
Bernhard Thaler, Large Engines Competence Center Graz
INNIO Hall 3
6.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Engine Measures & Combustion Development
084
Combustion characteristics of low flash point fuels and ammonia in the internal combustion engine
Youngmin Woo, Korea Institute of Energy Research
072
Greenhouse Gas Reduction Through Hydrogen Fumigation on a 1MW Tier 2 Caterpillar 3512 Diesel Engine
Christopher Stoos, Southwest Research Institute
291
Prechamber Combustion: Enabling the Competitive Carbon-Neutral ICE
Emmanuella Sotiropoulou, Prometheus Applied Technologies
192
Preliminary study on China's ship power to meet the challenge of carbon emission reduction
Dongming Zhang, Shanghai marine diesel engine research institute
652
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction on High-Speed Large Engines
Gareth Estebanez, AVL List GmbH
OMT Hall 1
5.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Solutions
119
Emission Reduction Technologies - Exhaust Gas After-treatment Solutions
Jungju Lee, Hyundai Heavy Industries
243
Development and Application of an Intelligent SCR System combining Engine and SCR Control
Panagiotis Kyrtatos, Vir2sense GmbH
320
research of marine selective catalytic reduction control strategy based on model predictive control
Zhao Hui, Harbin Engineering University
380
A study on deterioration mechanism of SCR catalyst during bypass operation for marine diesel engine
KEN KAWABE, YANMAR HOLDINGS CO., LTD.
Robert Bosch Hall 4
11.0 New Engine Developments - Gas
017
Further NOx-thermal efficiency trade-off improvement with lean pre-chamber
Yoshinori Kaji, DAIHATSU DIESEL MFG.CO.,LTD.
091
Development of Low Speed Four Stroke Gas Engine
Satoru Higashikawa, The Hanshin Diesel Works, Ltd.
415
Development of the next Generation Gas Engine with Increased Efficiency and Reduced Emissions
Francisco Lopez Gutierrez, Innio Jenbacher GmbH
448
Siemens Energy’s new E-Series lean-burn gas engine – First field experiences
Iñaki Iruretagoyena, Guascor Energy
Accelleron Hall 2
1.0 Digitalization and Connectivity
148
Implementing Fleet Digitalization: Systems, applications and lessons learned.
Nikolaos Kyrtatos, Propulsion Analytics
283
An analysis of Marine Cybersecurity Standards and the Secure Development Lifecycle
Christopher Sundberg, Woodward, Inc.
548
The Path towards Autonomous Shipping from the Perspective of the Propulsion System
Peter Krähenbühl, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
330
Development of digital solution for FGSS health monitoring and failure diagnosis
Hyunho Lee, Hyundai Global Service
674
Technological challenges and solutions for the 2030/2050 Chemical Parcel Tanker
Jose Gonzalez, Stolt Tankers
INNIO Hall 3
13.0 New Engine Developments - Alternative Fuels & other New Engine Concepts
340
Experimental Study on the Conversion of Marine Diesel Engine to Methanol Engine Fuel
禹奇 蒋, 上海船用柴油机研究所
535
The development and certification of a single fuel high speed marine CI engine on methanol
Magnus Svensson, Lund University
438
Methanol combustion concept alternatives for new build and retrofit of 4-stroke medium speed engines
Juho Repo, Wärtsilä
523
MAN B&W two-stroke methanol-powered engines for small and large container vessels in the A.P Moller Maersk fleet – experience and new development
Kjeld Aabo, MAN Energy Solutions
052
New development eco-friendly dual fuel HiMSEN engine H32DF-LM
Namee Kang, Hyundai Heavy Industries
OMT Hall 1
6.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Engine Measures & Combustion Development
018
Analysis and optimisation of combustion process of DF engines using highly fluctuating gas qualies
Karsten Schleef, University of Rostock
433
Methane emission reduction technologies for medium-speed dual-fuel engines
Hyunchun Park, Hyundai Heavy Industries
270
W31 Next DF, the ultra-low emission gas engine concept
Diego Delneri, Wärtsilä
183
EEXI – Best practices for compliance
Fabian Kock, DNV
Robert Bosch Hall 4
16.0 Engine Component Developments - Tribology
010
Using Analysis of the Ring Pack and Piston to Optimise Oil Consumption of Current and Future Engines
Alastair Jay, Ricardo
460
Study on the Influence of Oil Injection Strategy of Two-stroke Engine Cylinder on Lubrication
Zhang Jiyun, Wuhan University of Technology
215
Novel Findings on Oil Transport Pathways Leading to the Lube Oil Ignition in Industrial Gas Engines
Philipp Köser, Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
324
Tribology in engine parts design considering the characteristics of operating regime
Sung Chan An, Hyundai Heavy Industries
Accelleron Hall 2
0.0 PANEL - DIGITALIZATION
INNIO Hall 3
8.0 Fuels - Alternative & New Fuels
019
A comprehensive hydrogen value-chain for a sustainable energy-transition
Florian Gruschwitz, MAN Energy Solutions
412
Power-to-X - From Decentralized e-Fuel Production to the Defossilization of High-Power Applications
Philipp Köser, Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG
411
The role of gas engines in a future energy market with sustainable fuels
Stephan Laiminger, Innio Jenbacher
521
Methanol as an energy carrier – latest technological advances
Michal Wojcieszyk, Aalto University
OMT Hall 1
9.0 Lubricants
094
Effects of Engine Operating Parameters on Natural Gas Engine Oil Life
Fred Girshick, Infineum USA, L.P.
286
Dual fuel engine oil solutions to help enable a lower carbon future
john palazzotto, Chevron Oronite
497
LNG, mature solution as a Marine fuel: new generation of lubricants for current and future needs
Valerie Doyen, TotalEnergies
Robert Bosch Hall 4
7.0 Fuels - Conventional Fuels
290
Microfine Carbon blends as fuel for Marine engines
rumman ahmed, Arq ltd
653
The influence of Fuel Type and Loads on Particulate Emissions from Marine Diesel Engine
ang sun, Harbin Engineering University
635
Development of a Surrogate Fuel and Soot Formation Analysis for HFO under Engine-relevant Conditions
Xiong Qian, Harbin Engineering University
Accelleron Hall 2
2.0 System Integration and Hybridization
293
Research on energy management strategy and simulation of hybrid power system for ocean-going ships
Rongpei Zhang, China Shipbuilding Power Engineering Institute Co., Ltd.
413
Investigation on Matching Design and Strategy Optimization of Ship Hybrid Power System
Zunhua Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology
421
Power Management Strategy of Hybrid Power System for Inland Ship Based on Reinforcement Learning
Zunhua Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology
INNIO Hall 3
8.0 Fuels - Alternative & New Fuels
562
Impact of alternative fuels on ship design - A shipbuilders perspective
Erik-Jan Boonen, DAMEN
154
A Study on the Conceptual Design of a Fuel Supply System for Ammonia Fueled Propulsion Ships
Eunyoung Park, Korea Research Institute of Ships&Ocean Engineering(KRISO)
390
Filtration Technologies for Future Fuels
Joern Grotepass, Boll & Kirch Filterbau GmbH
OMT Hall 1
6.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Engine Measures & Combustion Development
124
Development of Black Carbon Zero System for Marine Diesel Engines
Minoru Tsuda, National Fisheries University
002
COOLED SPRAY COMBUSTION FOR PARTICULATE MATTER REDUCTION IN A LARGE-BORE SINGLE-CYLINDER ENGINE
Adam Klingbeil, Wabtec Corporation
310
Influence of post-injection strategy on physiochemical characteristics of diesel particulate matter
Xu Lyu, Tianjin University
Robert Bosch Hall 4
12.0 New Engine Developments - Dual Fuel
100
Significant Performance Improvements by using a low-pressure EGR System for the new X-DF2.0
Fridolin Unfug, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
187
Service experience on dual fuel MAN B&W two-stroke engines in relation to cylinder condition
Jesper Mark Pedersen, MAN Energy Solutions
514
WinGD X92DF engine service experience
Konrad Räss, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
Accelleron Hall 2
1.0 Digitalization and Connectivity
069
Enhancement of Large Engine Technology Through Machine Learning
Constantin Kiesling, LEC GmbH
112
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF DIESEL GENERATOR SETS IN SHIPS
Serafeim Katsikas, METIS Cyberspace technology
138
Towards the digital engine: benefits and integration of the OMT Intelligent Injection System
Marco Coppo, OMT SpA
570
WiDE – an example on how digitalization creates value for ship operators
Luca Sala, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
600
Adaptive Operating Condition Fault Diagnosis of Marine Diesel Engine based on Transfer Learning
Jia Hu, Wuhan university of technology
INNIO Hall 3
13.0 New Engine Developments - Alternative Fuels & other New Engine Concepts
203
ABC completes the upgrade of its DZ-engines into hydrogen dual fuel and spark ignition
Luc Mattheeuws, Anglo Belgian Corporation NV
231
Safe and efficient engine operation with Ammonia
Kaj Portin, Wärtsilä
606
Widening the operation limits of a SI engine running on neat ammonia
Mads Carsten Jespersen, Technical University of Denmark
667
Decarbonization of high-power systems: ammonia-hydrogen and ammonia-diesel combustion in HS engines
Nicole Wermuth, LEC GmbH
589
Developing the MAN B&W dual fuel ammonia engine
Stefan Mayer, MAN Energy Solutions
OMT Hall 1
5.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Solutions
549
DPF+SCR ultra low emission solution for medium speed diesel engines
Daniel Peitz, HUG Engineering
288
Caught between diesel and the deep blue sea - exhaust aftertreatment systems for a greener future
David Phillips, Eminox Limited
477
Particulate removal from deep sea shipping by dry scrubbing technology and GHG Impact
Martin Koller, ANDRITZ AG
182
Effects of Membrane filtration on the emission load of EGCS water from various fuels
Dennis Fischer, BOLL & KIRCH Filterbau GmbH
637
Simulation based layout of a highly efficient aftertreatment system for a large diesel engine
Georg Kaufmann, AVL List GmbH
Robert Bosch Hall 4
12.0 New Engine Developments - Dual Fuel
146
MAN ES 49/60DF - Maximum performance from the modular system
Ingo Wilke, MAN Energy Solutions
292
Development of Marine Dual Fuel Engine (EY26DF)
Nobuyuki Higa, YANMAR POWER TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.
Accelleron Hall 2
13.0 New Engine Developments - Alternative Fuels & other New Engine Concepts
049
MAN Energy Solutions – Four-Stroke Engine Solutions for Low-Carbon and Carbon Free Fuels
Alexander Knafl, MAN Energy Solutions
144
Argon Power Cycle (APC) – The way to zero emission ICEs
Karsten Stenzel, WTZ Roßlau gGmbH
181
Defossilized Fuels for Future Non-Road Cargo Transport
Stefano Ghetti, FEV GmbH
080
Turbocharging of large engines in decarbonization scenarios: impact for the most likely fuels
Raphael Ryser, Turbo Systems Switzerland Ltd.
105
Assessment of combustion concepts and operational limits of net-zero carbon fuels
Harald Schlick, AVL List GmbH
INNIO Hall 3
17.0 Engine Component Developments - Turbochargers & Air/Exhaust Management
057
Next generation axial turbocharger fit for a carbon neutral world
Alexander Mutter, ABB Turbocharging
043
Development of a high flow (TCF) and a high pressure (TCP) radial turbocharger series
Lutz Aurahs, MAN-ES
047
A new versatile TC platform for modern HS Diesel engines – From product concept to validation
Michael Gisiger, ABB Turbocharging
042
High Cycle Fatigue – Advanced development and design methods for increased robustness
Lutz Aurahs, MAN-ES
531
Large Engine Electro-Hydraulic Lost-Motion Intake VVA System
John Schwoerer, Jacobs Vehicle Systems
OMT Hall 1
10.0 New Engine Developments - Diesel
015
Efficiency & Emissions Improvement Package for 7FDL High-Power, Medium-Spd, Locomotive Diesel Engine
Matthew Hart, Wabtec Corporation
038
Performance Prediction and Optimization Methodology based on Meta-model in HiMSEN Engines
Jonghwoo Park, Hyundai Heavy Industries
145
MAN ES 175D - The most efficient and most powerful marine high-speed engine in the world
Ingo Wilke, MAN Energy Solutions
162
The new CSPI high speed H175 engine series for marine applications
Teng Liu , China Shipbuilding Power Engineering Institute Co., Ltd
109
AVL High Efficiency High Speed Large Engine
Gareth Estebanez, AVL List GmbH
Robert Bosch Hall 4
19.0 Basic Research & Advanced Engineering - Simulation Technologies
028
Empirical Model of Uniflow Scavenging for Long Stroke Marine Low- Speed Diesel Engine
junwei Li, Shanghai Jiao Tong Univisity
363
Predictive 0D modeling of H2 ignition and combustion processes
Gerhard Pirker, LEC GmbH
426
Numerical Study of NH3-Diesel Combustion in a Retrofit for Marine Engines using Detailed Kinetics
Lars Seidel, LOGE Deutschland GmbH
397
Open and Close Cycle Modeling of A Large-bore Diesel Engine - Detailed Combustion Analysis
Hamed Chehrmonavari, MAPNA Turbine Engineering and Manufacturing Company (TUGA)
Accelleron Hall 2
4.0 Controls, Automation, Measurement & Monitoring
102
New generation oil mist detection system for prevention of crankcase explosions in large ICE
Alexander Levchenko, HEINZMANN GmbH & Co. KG
244
Selective hydrogen and methane online monitoring in the crankcase of large 4-stroke engines
Horst Brünnet, Schaller Automation Industrielle Automationstechnik GmbH & Co. KG
561
Piston ring and liner lubrication, liner stress, and lube oil viscosity measurements
Henry Brunskill, pktopk
INNIO Hall 3
3.0 Electrification and Fuel Cells Development
301
High-power power electronic converter for Electrification of ship power system
Xuan Yang, Shanghai Marine Diesel Engine Institute
308
Modeling of wind/PV hybrid generation system with LH2-superconducting magnetic energy storage
Fan Zhang, Tianjin University
400
Decarbonizing Datacenters with Fuel Cell Solutions in the MW-range
Stefan Höttges, Rolls-Royce Solutions GmbH
OMT Hall 1
10.0 New Engine Developments - Diesel
099
The latest technological development of J-ENG UE Engine for Zero Emission and Digital Transformation
Katsumi IMANAKA, JAPAN ENGINE CORPORATION
149
MAN B&W Two-Stroke Engine Design Update incl. the Newly Developed High-Efficient 10.6 Engine Series
Lars Ascanius, MAN Energy Solutions
464
New compact engines from WinGD tailored to the changing needs of modern vessels, applying latest inn
Marc Spahni, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
046
LP EGR system for 2-stroke engine
Hoick Lee, Hyundai Heavy Industries
Robert Bosch Hall 4
19.0 Basic Research & Advanced Engineering - Simulation Technologies
106
Modelling of dual-fuel combustion in a large two-stroke engine using an advanced CFD-chemical model
Kar Mun Pang, MAN Energy Solutions
123
Potential of ammonia-diesel dual direct injection in a large two-stroke marine engine: A CFD study
Jizhen Zhu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
165
Effects of diesel injection in main-chamber on engine performance on a low-speed marine DF engine
Ying Ye, Tianjin University
406
A New Combustion Model and its CFD Simulation in an Ammonia/Diesel Dual-Fuel Low-Speed Marine Engine
Haifeng Liu, Tianjin University
Accelleron Hall 2
18.0 Basic Research & Advanced Engineering - New Concepts
103
Progress and prospect of combustion studies on low- and zero-carbon fuels
Koji Takasaki, Kyushu University
396
Initial investigations into ammonia combustion at conditions relevant for marine engines
Kai Herrmann, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FHNW)
INNIO Hall 3
17.0 Engine Component Developments - Turbochargers & Air/Exhaust Management
068
Alternative fuels and their consequences for exhaust gas turbocharging
Steffen Käseberg, Kompressorenbau Bannewitz GmbH
096
Status of MET turbochargers for alternative fuels to reduce GHG emissions
Yushi Ono, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
194
Analysis of Gaseous Emission and SFOC Characteristic with SAC Coolant Temp. for Two-Stroke Engine
Sanghoon Kim, Korean Register
OMT Hall 1
10.0 New Engine Developments - Diesel
058
A new modular medium speed engine family
Koen Christianen, Anglo Belgian Corporation
381
Upgrade of 27 bore engine and emission compliance with GB15097
Finn Fjeldhoej, MAN Energy Solutions - Holeby
395
Introducing a new medium speed engine CS27
Yang Tao, Shanghai Marine Diesel Engine Research Institue
177
Performance development and experiment of a high power twostage sequential turbocharge diesel engine
Zhong Jie, Shanghai Marine diesel engine researchment
Robert Bosch Hall 4
16.0 Engine Component Developments - Tribology
009
DPLE – Digital Product Lifecycle Engineering for Hydrodynamic Bearings
Falk Nickel, Miba Bearing
025
Bearing testing and validation to optimize bearing design for different engine applications
ZHIFENG ZHANG, Miba Precision Components (China) Co., Ltd.
075
Diagnosis of Abnormal Lubrication Conditions to Prevent Seizure of Crosshead Bearings
Tatsumi Kitahara, Kyushu University
234
Study on mechanical characteristics of main bearing of high power marine diesel engine based on flex
Chen Guangku, Harbin Engineering University
295
A new real-time condition monioring method for engine bearings
Motohiko Koshima, Daido Metal Co., Ltd
Accelleron Hall 2
19.0 Basic Research & Advanced Engineering - Simulation Technologies
428
A Study of the Fluid Flow Characteristics of Fuel Injection System for Large Diesel Engine
Binyamin Binyamin, Hyundai Heavy Industries
565
Computational modeling of a 1:10 and 1:1 scale large-bore marine two-stroke engine
Charles Finney, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
221
Effect of SO2 on absorbents for Onboard Carbon Dioxide Capture
Jianjun Ren, Harbin Engineering University
313
Experimental visualization of gas-liquid two-phase flow in a real-size piston model
BING LIANG, Harbin Engineering University
511
Use and benefits of advanced simulation tools for the development of exhaust aftertreatment systems
Christian Lieber, Hug Engineering
INNIO Hall 3
5.0 Emission Reduction Technologies -Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Solutions
101
Fundamental study of the effect of stratified NH3 injection system for nitrogen compounds reduction
Hiromichi Oba, Japan Engine Corporation
274
From LNG to CCUS, how the methane pathway can be a shortcut to the decarbonation of large containers
Philippe RENAUD, CMA Ships
440
Ammonia as a fuel – a role for catalytic components.
Joseph McCarney, Johnson Matthey
141
MAN Energy Solutions – Technologies to reduce methane slip of dual fuel engines
Mathias Moser, MAN Energy Solutions
OMT Hall 1
8.0 Fuels - Alternative & New Fuels
133
All you need to know about Biodiesel Fuel oil blends (VLSFOs) quality as a marine fuel
Sara Rezaee, Viswa Group
369
Reduction of CO2 emissions in shipping through use of drop-in fuel components from bio-based waste
Fanny Langschwager, Rostock University
039
Investigation of bio-fuel on engine performance, emission, and durability from Himsen Diesel Engine
Jinyoung Ko, Hyundai Heavy Industries
373
Exhaust measurements comparison of a marine engine burning different blend of Bio Wastes
Philippe RENAUD, CMA Ships
Robert Bosch Hall 4
15.0 Engine Component Developments - Components
016
Smarter sealing for a safer tomorrow – Obtaining information of a gasket with novel technology
Jaakko Niukkala, TT Gaskets
064
Development of Valve train system with Hydraulic Lash Adjuster(HLA) for Large engines
Hiroyuki Katayama, DAIHATSU DIESEL MFG.CO.,LTD.
208
The effect of increasing Peak Firing Pressure on the reliability of cylinder head of diesel engine
ZOU HAO, Dalian CRRC Diesel Engine Co.,Ltd
279
Innovative lube oil filtration concept for combustion engines
Andreas Nußbaum, Boll & Kirch Filterbau GmbH
489
The reliability design of tribological system meeting for the future clean engine
Yihu Tang, SMDERI
Accelleron Hall 2
4.0 Controls, Automation, Measurement & Monitoring
004
Significant Aftertreatment Cost Reduction with High Precise AFR Control for Gaseous Fueled Engines
Yi Han, Woodward,inc.
147
Combustion Control based on Low Cost Vibration Sensors for Variable Fuel Otto Engines
Klaus Schmid, AVAT Automation GmbH
627
Condition Based Monitoring for Large Bore Medium Speed Engines using a Digital Twin, ML and Big Data
Rik De Graeve, ABC
INNIO Hall 3
3.0 Electrification and Fuel Cells Development
085
Fuel cells for future marine propulsion systems
Clemens Mair, AVL List GmbH
118
Simulation-Driven Development of PEM Fuel Cell Systems for Maritime Applications
Victoria Damerow, Freudenberg Fuel Cell e-Power Systems GmbH
366
TCO comparison between fuel cells and Diesel engines - example of PEMFC APU for large vessel
Jeremy Dalton, Ricardo
454
Road to zero global warming from high powered merchant marine propulsion systems
Dominik Schneiter, Winterthur Gas & Diesel
OMT Hall 1
7.0 Fuels - Conventional Fuels
008
Demonstrating Significant Fuel Consumption and Emissions Savings with Combustion Improver Additives
Adrian Bourdeaux, Infineum UK Ltd
014
The Fuel Oil Spin Test: A method to help fuel users predict sludge issues at the fuel oil separator
Dewi Ballard, Infineum UK Ltd
131
Long term storage stability issues of very low sulfur fuels, a major problem for shipowner
Sara Rezaee, Viswa Group
669
Presence of Organic Chlorides in Bunker Fuel
Sara Rezaee, Viswa Group
Robert Bosch Hall 4
14.0 Engine Component Developments - Fuel Injection & Gas Admission
055
Fuel injection and admission systems for liquid and gaseous bio- and e-based fuels for large engines
Christoph Kendlbacher, Robert Bosch Powertrain Solutions, Large Engines
088
Low pressure (SOGAV) gas admission of H2 and NH3
Rick Boom, Woodward
104
Methanol port fuel injection for medium speed application: injector development and engine design
Arianna Sorrentino, Heinzmann GmBH & Co. KG
128
Development & Simulation of “HP Gas-and/or hydrogen-DI-Injectors” for combustion engines
Erich Vogt, DUAP AG
Accelleron Hall 2
15.0 Engine Component Developments - Components
023
Joint development of the bearing system for AVL ´s new High speed engine platform
Gunther Hager, Miba Gleitlager Austria Gmbh
245
Powertrain innovation – Development Speed vs. Reliability?
Andreas Thalhammer, Geislinger GmbH
378
Improvement technologies for efficiency and through field operation in Mitsubishi gas engines
KAZUHIRO KAWAI, MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES ENGINE & TURBOCHARGER
560
Experimental Study on Multi-objective Optimization of a Marine Diesel Engine Cooling System
Bo Zhang, Naval University of Engineering
616
CIMAC WG4 - Crankshaft Rules - Multiaxial Fatigue Assessment of Crankshafts
John Dowell, Wabtec Corp
INNIO Hall 3
9.0 Lubricants
066
Lubricants Enabling Shipping's Alternate Fuels and Journey to Decarbonisation
Lawrie Peck, Lubrizol
126
Ammonia as an alternative Marine fuel-Assessing the impact on lubricants and lubrication reliability
Maria Rappo, TotalEnergies
386
Lubrication needs for hydrogen fueled gas engine power plants
Dr. Winfried Koch, ExxonMobil
423
Marine engines lubrication within a broad fuel landscape & impact on exhaust aftertreatment systems
Luc Verbeeke, Chevron
467
The Role of Marine Lubricants in Lowering the Carbon Intensity of Maritime Transport
Shenghua Li, Chevron Oronite
OMT Hall 1
14.0 Engine Component Developments - Fuel Injection & Gas Admission
063
Injection rate control strategy with Bosch Smart CR Injector for optimized injection performance
Christoph Kendlbacher, Robert Bosch Powertrain Solutions, Large Engines
120
PtX fuels for combustion engines: flexible injection concepts for all applications
Michael Willmann, Woodward L\'Orange
139
Powering a greener future: the OMT injector enables high-pressure injection of ammonia and methanol
Marco Coppo, OMT SpA
439
Steps towards online detection and optimization of eFuel engine operation
Fabian Pinkert, FVTR GmbH
574
Development of a retrofit fuel flexible platform for future fuels
Sangram Nanda, Wärtsilä
Robert Bosch Hall 4
20.0 Basic Research & Advanced Engineering - Mechanics, Materials Research
136
A study of the lubrication state of diesel cylinder liner-piston ring using acoustic emission
Shi Zhaoyu, Harbin Engineering University
352
Effect of Plastic Deformation Behavior of Cylinder Liner Surface on Friction and Wear Process
Zhangbaofeng Zhang, Harbin Engineering University
436
Impact of hydrogen on iron- and nickel-based valve spindle materials
Oliver Lehmann, Märkisches Werk
446
Hydrodynamic bearings with relevant friction reduction
Thomas Kottke, Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG