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11.11.2021

The carbon footprint of the existing fleet is the decisive factor in achieving the climate goals | FVV publishes six theories on climate neutrality in the European transport sector

Electricity, hydrogen or synthetic fuels: When it comes to the energy sources to be used in road transport of the future, there is much debate. A new study by the research association FVV now shows:...

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14.12.2020

Ultimate efficiency engine: Researchers significantly increase fuel efficiency in the real world of road transport

Four research institutes have investigated on behalf of the Research Association for Internal Combustion Engines (FVV) how close we can come to the ultimate system efficiency of combustion engines in...

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06.11.2020

Maximum pressure rise: FVV increases hydrogen research

The Research Association for Internal Combustion Engines (FVV) significantly expands pre-competitive Industrial Collective Research (IGF) on hydrogen-powered combustion engines and fuel cells. Twelve...

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Photo Credit: Martisans / Stocksy, Adobe Stock

21.07.2020

Taking stock: New FVV meta study of life-cycle analyses on alternative powertrain technologies

Life cycle analyses (LCA) provide evidence of how climate-friendly new powertrain technologies really are. A new meta-analysis commissioned by the Research Association for Internal Combustion Engines...

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Photo Credit: Uwe Nölke | FVV

30.04.2020

Independent of fossil energy sources: FVV adopts a new mission statement

Energy and mobility systems are facing a profound change. The Research Association for Combustion Engines (FVV) is redefining its role with a mission statement based on a survey of its members. In...

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Photo Credit: Uwe Nölke | FVV

12.11.2019

Taking a holistic approach to the mobility and energy system: Peter Gutzmer and Christopher Steinwachs lead FVV Board

The Executive Committee of the FVV | Research Association for Combustion Engines (Forschungsvereinigung Verbrennungskraftmaschinen e. V.) has confirmed Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Gutzmer as its President....

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Photo Credit: Peter Winandy | RWTH Aachen

04.03.2019

One third less consumption: Industry and research work together on fuel-efficient spark-ignition engines

In order to meet future CO2 limits, SI engine-driven vehicles must consume significantly less fuel. A new project of the Research Association for Internal Combustion Engines (FVV) is investigating how...

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Photo Credit: Dirk Lässig | FVV

04.10.2018

Better calculations, less CO2: FVV awards the Hans Dinger Prize 2018 to young researchers

High-tech steels, adaptive air bearings and biofuels: Young scientists find exciting tasks in research on turbomachinery and internal combustion engines. Some outstanding works have now been awarded...

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27.09.2018

On the road to climate-neutral driving

If transportation is to become completely climate-neutral by 2050, the costs for drivers are likely to rise. However, it doesn't make much difference whether a mid-range passenger car has a battery...

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Photo Credit: Tom Kirkpatrick | BMW Group

01.06.2017

More power. Less cost. FVV starts research on advanced fuel cells for 2025

FVV | The Research Association for Combustion Engines is committed to the further development of the fuel cell. The aim is to make emission-free long-range and freight mobility affordable. A new...

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Photo Credit: Dirk Lässig | FVV

04.10.2016

Digital simulations for real world engines and turbines: FVV awards Hans Dinger Prize for Young Researchers

New digital simulation methods allow engineers to develop clean and sustainable engines and turbines. This is the conclusion of the 2016 contest of the Hans Dinger Prize (HDP). The...

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Photo Credit: Rui Camilo | FVV

04.10.2016

The People behind the technology

The new book “PRIMEMOVERS – Current areas of research into engines and turbines” allows an insight into the work of engineers, who conduct research on clean engines and turbomachinery, in a way that...

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04.10.2016

60 Years of research on clean engines and turbomachinery

The FVV is celebrating its 60th anniversary. Since the association was founded in Germany in 1956, industry and science have been working on clean engines and turbines. The progress achieved in...

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