Engine cooling technologies for emission reduction

Engine cooling technologies for emission reduction

Publication Date: 25-Nov-2021

Increasingly more stringent emission and fuel efficiency regulations globally, changing consumer sensibilities, cost considerations, government policies, and so on have been driving the shift towards more eco-friendly and sustainable forms of propulsion technologies.

Engine cooling modules and components are subject to increasing levels of consolidation to improve overall system efficiency.

This report delves into the sphere of the cooling of automotive internal combustion engines and analyzes the technical aspects and market dynamics of one of the most ubiquitous systems in an automobile.

1. Overview
a) Report summary
b) Research methodology
c) Global demand

2. Technology analysis
a) Introduction
b) Engine cooling module
c) Radiator
d) Cooled exhaust gas recirculation
e) Intelligent engine cooling
f) Water-cooled charge air coolers
g) Electrically driven water pump

3. Supplier analysis
a) Denso
b) Hanon Systems
c) Mahle
d) Marelli
e) Valeo

4. OEM-supplier relationships
a) Engine cooling modules
b) Engine cooling radiators
c) Cooled EGR

5. Conclusion

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