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Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems for Future Transport
11–12 December 2019  ·  United Kingdom

Title Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems for Future Transport
Dates 11-12 December 2019
Location West Midlands, UK
Organised by IMechE

With the changing landscape of the transport sector, there are also alternative powertrain systems on offer that can run independently of or in conjunction with the internal combustion engine. This shift has actually helped the industry gain traction with the Internal Combustion Engine market projected to grow at 4.67% CAGR during the forecast period 2019-2025. It continues to meet both requirements and challenges through continual technology advancement and innovation from the latest research.

With this in mind, the 2019 conference will not only cover the particular issues for the internal combustion engine market but also reflect the impact of alternative powertrains on the propulsion industry. Don’t miss this key opportunity to present your research, ideas and messages to industry leaders, OEMs, NGOs, government figures and decision-makers.

Topics for 2019 include:

  • Engines for hybrid powertrains and electrification
  • Internal combustion engines
  • Fuel cells
  • E-machines
  • Air-path and other technologies achieving performance and fuel economy benefits
  • Advances and improvements in combustion and ignition systems
  • Emissions regulation and their control by engine and after-treatment
  • Developments in real-world driving cycles
  • Advanced boosting systems
  • Connected powertrains (AI)
  • Electrification opportunities
  • Energy conversion and recovery systems
  • Modified or novel engine cycles
  • IC engines for heavy duty and off highway

Discount for FISITA members: as supporting organisation of this conference, FISITA members can attend at the Supporting Organisation rate. Simply register online at this reduced rate or contact the IMechE directly and mention your membership –


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