Today's diesel engines are more efficient that ever, but still require elevated aftertreatment temperatures for engine-out emissions reductions. Achieving this is difficult in low speed/low load engine operation.

Cylinder Deactivation is a key strategy to maintain aftertreatment temperatures in low load while delivering reduced emissions and greater fuel efficiency.

Join us as experts from Cummins, Purdue and Eaton review the advantages of CDA in real-world drive cycles.


Dr. John H. Johnson
Professor Emeritus
Michigan Technological University

Dr. Mrunal Joshi

Systems Engineer

Dr. Greg Shaver
Professor of Engineering
Purdue University

Dr. Jim McCarthy

Chief Engineer
Eaton Vehicle Group

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