Session 79 | Geneva | 21-24 May 2019
Attendance
1. Adoption of the agenda
GRPE/2019/9 | Annotated provisional agenda for the 79th (May 2019) GRPE session
GRPE-79-01 | GRPE-79: Informal meetings schedule and room reservations
GRPE-79-02/Rev.1 | GRPE-79: General information
GRPE-79-04/Rev.2 | Proposal for the definition of GRPE work priorities Document prepared by the GRPE chair and secretariat to propose areas for short, medium, and long-term attention.
GRPE-79-09/Rev.3 | GRPE: Updated provisional agenda for the 79th (May 2019) session
2. Report on the last sessions of the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations (WP.29)
GRPE-79-03 | GRPE-79: Highlights of the WP.29 March 2019 session
GRPE-79-04/Rev.2 | Proposal for the definition of GRPE work priorities Document prepared by the GRPE chair and secretariat to propose areas for short, medium, and long-term attention.
3. Light vehicles
3. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 68 (Measurement of the maximum speed, including electric vehicles), 83 (Emissions of M1 and N1 vehicles), 101 (CO2 emissions/fuel consumption) and 103 (Replacement pollution control devices)
GRPE-79-05 | UN R83: Proposal to amend the 06 and 07 series of amendments Proposals to inhibit tampering with emissions systems and to facilitate detection of such tampering.
GRPE-79-06 | Summary of the CITA international conference, Seoul, 2-4 April 2019
GRPE-79-10 | UN R83: Request for interpretation of Supplement 6 to the 07 series of amendments (GRPE/2017/2) OICA request for clarification on the interpretation of Supplement 6 to the 07 series of amendments to UN R83 which enables the use of compliance assessments of vehicles with a reference mass less than 2,610 kg for the purposes of extending the type approval to special purpose vehicles (including armoured ones) having a reference mass exceeding 2,840 kg.
GRPE-79-11 | UN R101: Updated information on OICA proposal Update on the status of work regarding the transition from NEDC to WLTP, particularly pending the transposition of GTR 15 into one or more UN Regulations under the 1958 Agreement.
GRPE-79-15 | UN R83: Proposal for Amendment to the 07 series - Definition of Permanent default Proposal to clarify "permanent default" and "limp-home mode" in UN R83.
GRPE-79-16 | UN R83: Proposal for Amendment to the 07 series - Definitions to erase fault codes Proposal to amend current definitions to allow fault code erasing in cold regions (< -7°C) and high altitude (> 2440m), harmonizing the definitions with those used in China and the United States.
GRPE-79-17 | UN R83: Proposal for Amendment to the 07 series - Introduction of Special denominator Proposal to allow for the use of use special denominator conditions for certain components or systems. The current definitions of the specific denominators are based on engine/aftertreatment system combinations designed as one TWC for gasoline vehicles and DOC, DPF and SCR respectively NSC for diesel engines. Upcoming emission requirements will bring up additional aftertreatment components like Gasoline Particulate Filters (GPF) or new designs with more than one SCR catalyst. Such new systems or catalyst combinations might require specific conditions to enable the monitoring, especially when their purpose is designed for such conditions.
GRPE/2017/2 | Proposal for a new Supplement to the 06 and 07 series of amendments to Regulation No. 83 Proposal to allow the use of compliance assessments of vehicles with a reference mass less than 2,610 kg in extending the type approval to special purpose vehicles (including armoured ones) having a reference mass exceeding 2,840 kg. This proposal would align UN R83 with provisions of European Directive 2007/46/EC.
3. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 15 (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures (WLTP)) and 19 (Evaporative emission test procedure for the Worldwide harmonized Light vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP EVAP)).
GRPE-79-08/Rev.1 | Status report of the WLTP informal group Request to extend mandate WLTP Informal Working Group and for guidance on future work plan.
GRPE-79-19 | Status report of the WLTP Transposition task force
WP.29/2019/66 | GTR 15: Proposal for corrigenda to the GTR (French only) Règlement technique mondial sur la procédure d'essai mondiale harmonisée pour les voitures particulières et véhicules utilitaires légers (WLTP); Note du secrétariat; Rectificatif
WP.29/2019/67 | GTR 15: Proposal for corrigenda to Amendment 1 (French only) Règlement technique mondial sur la procédure d’essai mondiale harmonisée pour les voitures particulières et véhicules utilitaires légers(WLTP); Amendement 1; Note du secrétariat; Rectificatif
WP.29/2019/68 | GTR 15: Proposal for corrigenda to Amendment 2 (French only) Règlement technique mondial sur la procédure d'essai mondiale harmonisée pour les voitures particulières et véhicules utilitaires légers (WLTP); Amendment 2; Note du secrétariat; Rectificatif
WP.29/2019/69 | GTR 15: Proposal for corrigenda to the Amendment 3 (French only) Règlement technique mondial sur la procédure d’essai mondiale harmonisée pour les voitures particulières et véhicules utilitaires légers(WLTP); Amendement 3; Note du secrétariat; Rectificatif
WP.29/2019/70 | GTR 15: Proposal for corrigenda to Amendment 4 (French only) Règlement technique mondial sur la procédure d’essai mondiale harmonisée pour les voitures particulières et véhicules utilitaires légers (WLTP); Amendement 4; Note du secrétariat; Rectificatif
3. (c) Worldwide harmonized Real Driving Emissions test procedure.
GRPE-79-20/Rev.1 | Status report of the Global RDE informal group
4. Heavy-duty vehicles
4. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 49 (Emissions of compression ignition and positive ignition (LPG and CNG) engines) and 132 (Retrofit Emissions Control devices (REC))
4. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 4 (World-wide harmonized Heavy Duty Certification procedure (WHDC)), 5 (World-Wide harmonized Heavy duty On-Board Diagnostic systems (WWH-OBD)) and 10 (Off-Cycle Emissions (OCE))
4. (c) Worldwide provisions for Heavy Duty vehicles Fuel Economy
GRPE-79-12 | Workshop on heavy-duty vehicle fuel efficiency harmonization
5. UN Regulations Nos. 24 (Diesel smoke), 85 (Measurement of net power), 115 (LPG and CNG retrofit systems), 133 (Recyclability of motor vehicles), and 143 (Heavy-Duty Dual-Fuel Engine Retrofit Systems (HDDF-ERS))
GRPE/2019/10 | UN R115: Proposal for a new Supplement This proposal amends UN Regulation No. 115 to list conditions, especially with regard to retrofit systems, to be met by indirect and direct injection vehicles to be considered as belonging to the same vehicle family. Gasoline direct injection vehicles which operate in indirect gas injection mode should be listed in the same family as indirect gasoline injection vehicles, as the applied gas injection technology is the same and provided that at least one such vehicle is tested as parent vehicle according to the requirements of this Regulation.
GRPE/2019/11 | UN R85: Proposal for a new Supplement Proposal to allow an alternative test method to “set the charge air cooler outlet temperature during bench test to temperature which was observed by vehicle test and corrected to the reference temperature specified in paragraph 5.2.1.” of Annex 5. This alternative method is well recognized in SAE J1349.
GRPE-79-27/Rev.1 | UN R85: Amendments document GRPE/2019/11 Proposal to allow an alternative test method to “set the charge air cooler outlet temperature during bench test to temperature which was observed by vehicle test and corrected to the reference temperature specified in paragraph 5.2.1.” of Annex 5. This alternative method is well recognized in SAE J1349.
6. Agricultural and forestry tractors, non-road mobile machinery
6. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 96 (Diesel emission (agricultural tractors)) and 120 (Net power of tractors and non-road mobile machinery)
6. (b) UN Global Technical Regulation No. 11 (Non-road mobile machinery engines)
7. Particle Measurement Programme (PMP)
GRPE-79-07 | Particulate emissions from road and tyre wear "On Emission of Particulate Matters Less Than 10 Microns to Air Environment of Large Cities and Megalopolises During Operation of Vehicles", translated from the original documents in Russian (<a href="https://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trans/doc/2019/wp29grpe/GRPE-79-07r.pdf" target="_blank">pdf format</a> and <a href="https://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trans/doc/2019/wp29grpe/GRPE-79-07e.docx" target="_blank">.docx format</a>).
GRPE-79-13 | Status report of the PMP informal group
GRPE-79-14/Rev.1 | Proposal to update the PMP informal group terms of reference
GRB/2019/2 | Revised proposal for a draft Resolution on road surface labelling
8. Motorcycles and moped
8. (a) UN Regulations Nos. 40 (Emission of gaseous pollutants by motorcycles) and 47 (Emission of gaseous pollutants of mopeds)
8. (b) UN Global Technical Regulations Nos. 2 (World-wide Motorcycle emissions Test Cycle (WMTC)), 17 (Crankcase and evaporative emissions of L-category vehicles) and 18 (On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) systems for L-category vehicles)
GRPE/2019/12 | GTR 2: Proposal for Amendment 4
GRPE-79-21/Rev.1 | GTR 2: Consolidated text incorporating Amendment 4 This document is also available with tracked changes: <a href="http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trans/doc/2019/wp29grpe/GRPE-79-21r1e_-_GTR2_updates_to_GRPE-2019-12_-_TrackChanges.pdf" target="_blank">pdf format</a> and <a href="http://www.unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/trans/doc/2019/wp29grpe/GRPE-79-21r1e_-_GTR2_updates_to_GRPE-2019-12_-_TrackChanges.docx" target="_blank">word format</a>.
GRPE-79-22 | GTR 2: Technical report on the development of Amendment 4
GRPE-79-23 | GTR 18: Consolidated draft amendment to introduce OBD2 Consolidated document to inform and update the GRPE on phase 1 of the OBD2 program.
GRPE/79/Add.1 | GTR 2: Amendment 4 as approved by GRPE Proposal to further harmonize test procedures for two-wheeled vehicles equipped with conventional combustion engine technology, including restructuring to dedicate separate sections to test types I (tailpipe emission after cold start), II (idle / free acceleration emissions) and VII (energy efficiency). The amendment aligns the GTR with technological progress, including changes related to<ol><li>reference fuels</li><li>temperature conversion</li><li>forced induction systems (turbo/super-chargers)</li><li>treatment of open/closed systems</li><li>test room humidity</li><li>CO<sub>2</sub> tolerance, and</li><li>reference mass of the vehicle.</li></ol>
8. (c) Environmental and Propulsion Performance Requirements (EPPR) for L-category vehicles
GRPE-79-24 | Status report of the EPPR informal working group
9. Electric Vehicles and the Environment (EVE)
9. (a) UN GTR on the Determination of Electrified Vehicle Power (DEVP)
GRPE-79-29/Rev.1 | EV Power Determination: Draft revision of the authorization to develop a GTR
9. (b) Other activities of the IWG on EVE
GRPE-79-28/Rev.1 | Status report of the EVE informal group
10. Mutual Resolution No. 2 (M.R.2)
11. International Whole Vehicle Type Approval (IWVTA)
GRPE-79-25 | Compliance of GRPE UN Regulations with Schedule 4 of the 58 Agreement
GRPE-79-26 | Introduction of the new UN Regulation approval numbering system
12. Vehicles Interior Air Quality (VIAQ)
GRPE-79-18 | Status report of the VIAQ informal group session
13. Exchange of information on emission requirements
14. Election of Officers
15. Any other business
GRPE/2019/13 | RE3: Proposal for amendments to the Consolidated Resolution on the Construction of Vehicles The objective of this document is to provide recommendations for the minimum quality of market fuels (i.e. gasoline and diesel) that should be introduced in parallel, and at the same time, with the corresponding emissions standards.They complement the motor vehicle and NRMM pollutant emission standards that a country or a region may be considering to introduce, or to update
16. Provisional agenda for the next session
16. (a) Next GRPE session
16. (b) Provisional agenda for the next proper GRPE session
16. (c) Informal meetings scheduled to be held in conjunction with the next GRPE session