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volvo D13
With SCR for EPA ’10
455 Eco-Torque
1750 / 1550
SPECIFICATIONS
All Volvo’s 2010 engines fully comply with the true
EPA ’10 mandate of 0.2 g/hp-hr NOx. This means all
regulated pollutants have been reduced by 99% from
untreated levels. Yet Volvo meets these demands with
outstanding reliability and fuel economy. This is because
we use a Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system
designed for the highest efficiency. Which allowed us to
pursue a passive regeneration concept that uses NOx
in place of diesel fuel to regenerate the soot, further
reducing your cost of operation.
Ratings:
Base Engine Configuration
2010 Emissions
Aspiration
Cam / Valve Configuration
Cylinder Head
Injection System
Volvo D13-455 Eco-Torque 1750 / 1550
200
1000
500
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
0
2200
Engine Speed (Rpm)
One Piece Rigid Deck Cylinder Head
Dual Solenoid Electronic Unit Injection
Volvo VECTRO
Bore & Stroke, in. (mm)
1500
SOHC / 4 Valves per Cylinder
35,000 (2,400)
Compression Ratio
2000
Sliding Nozzle Variable Geometry
Turbocharger
Electronic Management System
Displacement, cu. in. (L)
300
SCR Selective Catalytic Reduction
Fuel Injection Pressure, psi (bar)
Rating Uprateability
400
Torque (Lb-ft)
Power (Hp)
500
Power: 375-500 HP
Torque: 1550-1750 lb-ft
4 cycle / Inline Six
Cylinder Spacing, in. (mm)
Full Dress Dry Weight, lb. (kg)
Software Only, Throughout Range
780 (12.8)
16.0:1
5.16 x 6.22 (131 x 158)
6.61 (168)
2676 (1214)
Fuel and Lubrication:
Fuel Specification
Fuel Filters
Total Lube Oil Capacity, qts. (L)
Oil Filtration
Oil Drain Interval, Normal Service, miles (km)
Advertised Power, HP
Peak Power, HP
455
465
FLOCS Oil Drain Kit
Peak Torque, lb-ft@rpm
1750@1050
Engine Equipment:
Governed rpm
Recommended cruise speed range, rpm
2100
1300-1500
Start engagement torque, lb-ft@rpm
850@800
Torque in all gears but top two, lb-ft
Default torque in top two gears, lb-ft
1750
1550
On demand torque in top two gears, lb-ft
1750
Oil Specification
Air Compressor, CFM
Retarder
Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel, 15 ppm
Primary plus Secondary
38 (36)
Two Full Flow, One Bypass
35,000 (56,000)
Volvo VDS-4, SAE 10W-30
Optional
Two Cylinder, 31.8
I-VEB Volvo Engine Brake
Engine Brake Rating at 2200 rpm
500 hp @ 2200 rpm
Engine Brake Rating at 1500 rpm
350 hp @ 1500 rpm
Engine Brake Weight, lbs. (kg)
PTO Port for Live Rear PTO Pump or Shaft
Preheater, Electrical
25 (12)
Standard
Optional
455 Eco-Torque
1750 / 1550
FEATURE
BENEFIT
high-efficiency aftertreatment system
“No-Regen” DPF strategy, regenerating soot
with only Passive (NO2-based) Regeneration; no 7th injector fueling for regeneration
Eliminates Active (oxygen-based) DPF
Regenerations and the diesel fuel usage
they require, for lower cost of operation
Available “Early Upshift” software
encourages progressive shifting
Lower total engine revs; better fuel
economy
Volvo D11, D13, D16 are the only EPA ’10
diesels using the same base engine and
EGR systems as in 2007 (i.e., the image on
the reverse side is the same as 2007)
Systems proven over time operate with
greater durability for reduced cost of
operation
Available I-VEB engine brake­—strongest in
class engine brake at cruise rpm
Exceptional retardation at the rpm you drive
Volvo D11, D13, D16 share common design
philosophies throughout the family
More thorough component development
assures better design and evaluation
Eight headbolts around each piston; four
bolts on each connecting rod
Higher number of bolts assures more even
clamping and greater clamping force for
longer design life
Ultra-high 35,000 psi fuel injection pressure
Finer fuel atomization for cleaner burn,
reduced emissions and better fuel economy
Damper on camshaft
Reduced injection system generated
torsional vibration and high frequency
“buzz,” for longer component life
Precision-Flow Cooled Exhaust Gas
Recirculation with Delta-P sensor for
accurate EGR measurement
Together with accurate turbocharger and
EGR valve, this closed-loop system is tuned
to give just the EGR flow needed, no more,
no less, for optimum fuel consumption
For example, our SCR catalyst has a full 40” between
the point of introduction of the Diesel Exhaust Fluid
and where it meets the catalyst. This allows for the
DEF to fully and completely convert to ammonia.
More importantly, our SCR catalyst has three bricks
where others have two. This added capacity allows
a greater catalyst efficiency, which enables our
No-Regen strategy. We can adjust the EGR flow
rate down while still eliminating all of the NOx in the
catalyst. This allows us to deliver better fuel economy.
D13 drivetrain recommendations
It is critical to specify the truck properly to achieve
maximum fuel economy and performance.
volvo eco-torque and dual-torque ratings
Volvo’s new Eco-Torque feature provides a new twist on encouraging fuel-economy driving. By
switching to a lower torque curve in the top two gears, but allowing the higher torque curve
during lug-back, Eco-Torque encourages low-rpm driving and provides a lower power level in nondemanding situations. But when conditions demand high torque at low rpm, the engine torque
will switch up to the higher curve, in many cases allowing the hill to be topped in the highest gear.
Dual-Torque ratings have a similar dual personality, but serve a special purpose. They take
advantage of several vendor transmissions that will allow a higher torque in the top two gears.
This means that they must operate in their lower torque in the low gears.
Maximum Fuel
Economy
Maximum
Performance
Maximum
Driveability
Use of
Lower Rated
Transmissions
Base Ratings
✗
✓
✓
✗
✓
Eco-Torque
Ratings
✓
✗
✓
✗
✓
Dual-Torque
Ratings
✓
✗
✗
✓
✗
Volvo’s EPA ’10 engines include high-efficiency
aftertreatment systems that save you fuel and reduce
maintenance.
Maximum
Uprateability
Ask your salesman to help you choose a rear axle
ratio appropriate for your expected cruising speed
and gross combination weight.
2010 engines have been designed to achieve
maximum fuel economy by cruising at low engine
rpm. In D13 line haul specifications, the target is
1375 rpm at 65 mph.
For example, with 80K lbs GCW, 1650 lbs-ft torque,
295/75R22.5 drive tires and 0.74 top gear ratio,
the 3.36:1 axle ratio would come closest to the
1375 rpm at 65 mph recommendation.
With 0.78 ratio transmission, you should use a
3.21:1 ratio for the same rpm at 65.
Never specify an EPA ’10 Volvo engine for a cruise
speed above 1600 rpm.
Volvo Trucks North America
PO Box 26115
Greensboro, NC 27402-6115
Volvo Trucks Canada
2100 Derry Road West, Suite 410
Mississauga, Ontario L5N 0B3
www.volvoscr.com
www.volvotrucks.us.com
©2011 Volvo Group North America, LLC
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