Clean Combustion Engine Lab (CCEL)
Based at the University of Windsor, the Clean Combustion Engine Lab (CCEL) aims to develop sustainable heat engines with improved efficiency and reduced exhaust pollutant emissions by using innovative technologies.
CCEL has engaged in 56 research projects in the past 16 years, of which half were supported by government agencies such as the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), Ontario Research Funds, AUTO21, and BioFuelNet Canada. The other half of CCEL’s projects have involved collaboration with industrial partners such as Ford, Chrysler, Navistar Inc., and Imperial Oil Ltd.
Centre for Automotive Research and Education (CARE) Building
Department of Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering
University of Windsor
754 California Avenue
Areas of Expertise
Combustion control strategies using multiple injections, heat release analysis, exhaust gas recirculation
Active flow after treatment
Combustion diagnosis and modeling
Bio-fuels such as bio-diesel, bio-alcohol in dual-fuel blend or in pure state
High-power spark ignition with corona and multi-coil systems and output energy characterization
Facility Access & Testing
Published: September 21, 2021