Mohammad Reza Dezfulian’s speech on Engine type and fuel consumption in auto industry

Mohammad Reza Dezfulian the Automotive and heavy trucks after sales services expert and Industrial Engineering graduate from Sharif University of Technology has given speech on the effect of engine type on pollution and fuel consumption in auto industry.

Mohammad Reza Dezfulian elaborated the process that Hybrid and Electric Vehicles reduces fuel consumption and pollution:

Mohammad Reza Dezfulian told our reporter that a study of the automotive industry in Germany shows that Germany has invested about 1.51% of the total income of this industry in the research and development sector, which in the case of advanced development of information technology is located in developed countries in Germany and other countries. The main approach in Germany, as the largest advanced technology in the automotive industry, along with information technology, is the introduction of hybrid and electric vehicles. It seems that downsizing and the use of medium voltage hybrid side packs will cause the eyes of the car industry in Germany to rely on reducing fuel consumption and pollution, which means that this view may practically be in the eyes of the industry. China’s growth in automotive sales over the past 20 years reflects investment in shipping for joint ventures between Chinese automakers and the world’s major automotive brands. This has increased technical knowledge and strengthened infrastructure in China. China’s Industrial Eye is currently over-concentrated in the production of hybrid and ultimately electric vehicles because in 2016, according to a published report, forty or more of the world’s electric vehicle production was produced in China. China’s proving the in-cylinder phenomenon alone allows the eye to consume fuel and theoretical use has been identified due to the failure of gasoline engines (ironing cycles). The use of new approaches in engine design should be considered. If the level of car technology reduces the customer in information technology, engine optimization and technology will make it work to reduce fuel consumption and useful efficiency too much, change and use new technologies, the same electric, hybrid technologies, fuel cells as well as in the field. Mohammad Reza Dezfulian added that global technology trends outlook shows that internal combustion engines are common, yet the potential for growth and improvement leads to the best use of fuel and pollution. On the other hand, the Miller-Atkinson cycle is the most cost-effective technology for reducing carbon dioxide produced by companies such as Volkswagen, Audi, Toyota and Hyundai. Global automakers are using state-of-the-art technology to optimize fuel consumption levels in manufactured vehicles. At present, this action of car manufacturers can be in line with global competition or the government’s coercion can lead to a reduction in car fuel consumption. In other countries, car owners and consumers typically look for products whose production process balances the fuel so that they can spend less on fuel. Mohammad Reza Dezfulian stressed that what is clear is that due to the real price of fuel in these countries, car applicants, considering the amount of money that is to be spent on fuel stay focused on engine types. Accordingly, subsidized fuel means that the automaker is different from the fuel consumption of its production vehicles and has no concerns about it. Can you drive automakers’ products in a direction that reduces their fuel consumption? In the current situation, it cannot draw in the engines of high-volume car products in the short term. The reason for this is the obsolescence of the platform of these cars, as well as the limitations that car manufacturers are currently facing due to barrieres. It is better for car companies to go to their low-consumption engine project again. Mohammad Reza Dezfulian concluded that in the past two years, the two most popular engines were 3-cylinder and 4-cylinder, which have been stopped at various stages for various reasons. The mass production of these engines is effective in reducing the fuel consumption of the products of the country’s two largest cars.

Mohammad Reza Dezfulian’s research interest is in the overview of heavy trucks segment and OEMs supply chain management.