FEV’s model-based, collaborative development and validation framework meets the needs of development, test and calibration engineers facing the challenges of the new WLTP...28. June 2017|Software & Testing SolutionsFEV´s collaborative FrameworkIn the near future, exhaust emissions legislation will become much stricter while at the same time traffic-related CO2 emissions have to be reduced....30. November 2016|Engineering ServiceRobust emissions concepts to meet future EU-6d emissions standards with highly efficient passenger car diesel enginesLow pressure exhaust gas recirculation (LP-EGR) enables a good tradeoff of engine-out NOx emissions vs. CO2. However, there is a risk of water...15. November 2016|Engineering ServiceInvestigations to extend the Low Pressure-EGR operating windowIncreasing development efforts are anticipated to meet legislation targets, especially concerning the Euro 6d-TEMP particle number (PN) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) emission limits...28. May 2016|Engineering ServiceSimulation-Based Development Methodology for Future RDE LegislationThe upcoming EU emission legislation will challenge engineers to keep the NOX emissions of diesel-powered passenger cars at a very low level under...1. October 2015|Engineering ServiceCombining the NOX storage catalyst and an SCR system in diesel passenger cars to fulfill the most stringent EU emission limitsEmission testing shall reflect real driving conditions more precisely: This is the European commission’s aim in discussing the RDE (Real Driving Emissions)...12. May 2015|Engineering ServiceFEV’s emission-based EGR control conditions diesel engines for the upcoming "Real Driving Emissions procedures"