The toughest global regulations for commercial vehicles are imminent. Cylinder deactivation (CDA) has been shown as a key solution to meeting these regulations by improving diesel aftertreatment performance during low load operation and providing fuel savings. Perceived NVH issues may pose a barrier to the adoption of CDA.

In The Truth about Diesel CDA and NVH, experts discuss the extensive testing to evaluate engine and aftertreatment performance along with engine vibration over eight drive cycles in a dynamometer test cell. Learn about the strategies to negate NVH while implementing CDA as a key emissions reduction and fuel savings solution.


Tom Reinhart, Institute Engineer, Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)
Dr. James McCarthy, Jr., Chief Engineer, Eaton Vehicle Group
Andrew Matheaus, Institute Engineer, SwRI
Chris Sharp, Institute Engineer, SwRI
Matthew Pieczko, Lead Engineer, Eaton Vehicle Group

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