Thermal energy flows are an important part of a vehicle’s energy balance. Even in the most advanced diesel engines, the vehicle drive uses barely one-third of the fuel energy. The task of engine cooling is to draw waste heat out of the engine in order to allow the engine to operate efficiently.

The key trends engine cooling manufacturers face are turbocharging and exhaust gas recirculation. The combination of the two will enable compliance with stricter emissions standards while offering minimum fuel consumption.

Although hybrids have not really created a substantial change in the heat transfer philosophy of the engine, it is key to know if this technology has created the need for additional product on the electronic side of the system.

Yes, there are additional cooling requirements for battery cooling and power electronics/converter cooling. Li-Ion batteries have an upper temperature limit of around 40? C. High temperatures reduce the lifetime of the battery. Under warm climate conditions the Li-Ion battery therefore has to be cooled with the aid of the air conditioning system. Converter cooling requires a coolant temperature of around 60? C. Therefore, so called low-temperature radiators are required in addition to the normal power train radiator.

The report “Automotive Engine Cooling Systems - Global Sector Overview and Forecast (Q3 2021 Update)” provides comprehensive on Engine Cooling Systems, market trends, shares and forecasts as well as a technical round-up of various technologies and brief company profiles. Report’s manufacturer market share estimates cover Global (Engine Cooling Systems; and Radiators), Europe (Engine Cooling), North America (Engine Cooling) and Asia-Pacific (Engine Cooling).

A typical cooling system consists of an Engine Water Jacket, Thermostat, Water Pump, Radiator, Cooling Fan, Hoses, Heater Core, Oil Cooler and Overflow, or Expansion Tank. Forecasts cover OE Radiators fitted to newly-assembled passenger cars and light vehicles across 14 markets. There are two basic radiator assembly variants: Brazed Radiators, and Mechanically Jointed or Assembled Radiators.

*The top 14 markets accounting for over 98% of global light vehicle production include - North America (US, Canada and Mexico) ; Mercosur (Brazil and Argentina); Western Europe (Germany, Italy, France, UK, Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Austria, Finland and Morocco) ; Central Europe (Turkey, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia); Russia; Japan; China; India; Korea; Thailand; Other Asia; Iran; South Africa; Australia.


Based on exclusive interviews, primary research and proprietary data this global market study includes -

  • Automotive OE Engine Radiators Fitment and market size data for the top 14* markets.
  • A review of the latest engine cooling technological developments and market trends (including developments in Charge Air Coolers, Heat Exchangers, Alternative Powertrain, Hybrid Vehicle Solutions, Car Radiators, Car Cooling Fans).
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