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Advanced Engine Technologies Market for Meeting CO2 and Fuel Economy Targets 2018 - Forecasts to 2033 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

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The "Advanced engine technologies for meeting CO2 and fuel economy targets - forecasts to 2033" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

This report provides a comprehensive overview of the emerging light vehicle engine technologies required to meet CO2 and fuel economy mandates, major suppliers, top markets, technology trends and market size forecasts.

Based on exclusive interviews, primary research and proprietary data this engine technologies global market study includes:

  • Diesel and gasoline, fuel injection system and forced induction fitment and size data for the top 14 markets
  • A review of the latest technological developments and market trends in engine technology (combustion strategies such as: Atkinson cycle; HCCI/CAI; lean burn; variable compression ratio and stratified charge). Also: fuel injection system developments; effects of downsizing and downspeeding; kinetic and thermal energy recovery; forced induction; engine material developments; variable valve actuation; alternatives to the internal combustion engine and alternative fuels such as hydrogen and CNG.
  • Regional engine supplier market share data tables and commentary
  • Exclusive interviews with OE engine technology suppliers including Tenneco, Zircotec, Federal Mogul, Delphi, Nemak and Kolbenschmidt (news and interviews only available in QUBE)
  • A sector PESTER analysis
  • Updated profiles of the major engine technology suppliers including their strategies and prospects

Key Topics Covered:

  • Introduction
  • Pester analysis
  • Market forecasts
    • 48 volt mild hybrids
    • Diesel engines
    • Forecasts - forced induction total
    • Fuel injection systems
    • Hydrogen market projections
    • Petrol engines
    • VW diesel emission scandal
  • OEM overview
    • BMW
    • Daimler
    • Fiat-Chrysler
    • Ford
    • GM
    • Honda
      • Honda engine that's 45% thermally efficient
    • Hyundai-Kia
    • Jaguar Land Rover
    • Mazda
    • Nissan
    • PSA Groupe
    • Renault
    • Subaru Corporation
    • Toyota
    • Volkswagen
    • Volvo
  • Supplier overview
    • BorgWarner
      • BorgWarner
    • Bosch-Mahle
    • Continental AG
    • Delphi Technologies
    • Denso
    • Federal-Mogul
    • Hanon Systems
    • Honeywell International Inc.
    • IHI/IHI Charging Systems International
    • Keihin Corp
    • Mahle
      • Mahle-Behr
    • Martinrea
    • Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
    • Modine
    • Robert Bosch GmbH
    • Schaeffler Group (INA-Holding)
    • Sogefi
    • Stanadyne
    • Valeo
    • Wabco
    • Others
  • Technology overview
    • 48V mild hybrids
      • OEM 48V activity
      • Supplier 48V activity
      • What will 48V bring?
    • Alternatives to electrification
      • Biodiesel
      • Ethanol
      • Future fuels conclusions
      • Hydrogen
        • Daimler
        • General Motors
        • Honda
        • Hyundai
        • Toyota
      • Natural gas and LPG
    • Atkinson developments
      • Thermally efficient Toyota and Honda engines
    • Downsizing/downspeeding
      • Active engine mounts
      • Pendulum dampers
    • Energy recovery
      • Exhaust gas heat recovery
      • KERS
      • Rankine heat engines
      • Stirling engines
      • Thermoelectric generators
      • Thermoelectric nanowires
      • van der Waals Schottky diode
    • Forced induction
      • Forced induction technical developments
    • Fuel injection systems
      • Diesel
        • Injection rate shaping
        • Rail pressures
        • Supplier competitive positioning diesel injection
        • Variable nozzle
      • Other developments
      • Petrol
        • Supplier competitive positioning for petrol injection
    • Full (parallel or power-split') hybrids
      • Other alternative engines
    • HCCI/CAI
      • OEMs and HCCI
    • Ignition
      • Alternative ignition systems
    • Lean burn
    • Materials
      • Engine blocks
    • Split cycle engines
    • Stratified charge
    • Variable compression ratio
      • Variable compression ratio engines
    • Variable displacement engine
    • Variable Valve Actuation
      • Camless engines
      • Cylinder deactivation
      • Diesel VVA

For more information about this report visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/vjrgkr/advanced_engine?w=4

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Source: Business Wire (September 26, 2018 - 8:19 AM EDT)

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