Papers written by EMA personnel:
“Wear of Piston Rings and Liners by Laboratory Simulation”, SAE 890146
“Measured Emissions of Small Engines Under Steady State and Transient Operation”, SAE 941806
“Friction Measurement in the Valve Train with a Roller Follower”, SAE 940589
“Emissions analysis of Small Utility engines”, SAE 952080
Papers and articles regarding EMA’s customers:
“An Experimental Investigation of the Sensitivity of the Ignition and Combustion Properties of a Single-Cylinder Research Engine to Spark-Assisted HCCI,” University of Michigan, January 2011
April 30, 2015: Successful completion of Phase 1 of a U.S. Marine Corps supported study of the Smart Pushrod designed for improving older engine fuel efficiency.
Oct 31, 2014: Successful completion of an Environmental Protection Agency supported study of the Soot Reducer technology for reducing soot / particulates and hydrocarbon emissions.
Sep 25, 2012: Successful completion of a U.S. Navy supported study of the Smart Lifter designed for improving older engine fuel efficiency.
Aug 1, 2011: EMA teams up with Cyclone Power Technologies and Advent Power Systems in a contract to develop a 10KW compact, clean burning, generator.
Aug 9, 2010: EMA awarded Phase I SBIR for Smart Lifter development that provides switchable valve timing capability to be retrofited into existing military Diesel engines.
Nov 17, 2008: EMA adds real time cylinder pressure based combustion analysis to EMA-ECM for advanced combustion such as PCCI and HCCI.
Jun 8, 2008: EMA evaluates unique nano-particle fuel additive for improving fuel economy and emissions.
Nov 12, 2007: EMA develops USB based cylinder pressure combustion analyzer.
Apr 25, 2006: EMA develops electronic poppet valves with infinately variable valve timing.
Nov 21, 2005: EMA assists engine manufacture in development of variable compression ratio for 4 cylinder gasoline engine.
Dec 10, 1991: EMA develops piston ring wear tester and ring wear profile tracer.