This specialist short course aims to review spark ignition engine combustion and emissions. Particular emphasis is placed on engine warm-up, catalyst performance and warm-up, non-regulated emissions and fuel composition influences.
All the lectures are from industrialists and University researchers active in addressing current problems in SI emissions control and the course will thus enable course participants to be familiar with the latest technology developments.
On completing this course, given by acknowledged experts in the field, participants will:
An example course programme is available in the left hand column.
This course runs on an ad hoc, rather than annual, basis. We may also be able to provide a bespoke course according to your companies needs. A summary of the course content can be found above. If you wish to express an interest in attending this course, arranging a bespoke course or for any other enquiries please email email@example.com
The course is ideally suited to engineers who have recently been appointed with responsibility for any aspect of spark ignition engine emissions. The course will also be relevant to those wishing to update their knowledge of recent emissions problems their knowledge of recent emissions problems and potential solutions. Information on the latest research findings on emission reduction techniques will be available.
Each day has one or two themes and delegates may attend any combination of days.
For further information and to express an interest in this course please contact:
CPD, Conference & Events Co-ordinator
CPD, Conference & Events Unit
Engineering Research & Innovation Service
Faculty of Engineering,
School of Civil Engineering, Room 209,
University of Leeds, LEEDS, LS2 9JT, UK.
t: + 44 (0)113 343 8104/2494
f: + 44 (0)113 343 2511