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Modeling Techniques for Diesel and SI Engines

  • Special Publication
  • SP-1648
  • ISBN 0-7680-0858-1
Published September 24, 2001 by SAE International in United States
Modeling Techniques for Diesel and SI Engines
  • English
  • 140 pages

Ten papers from the 2001 SAE International Fall Fuels & Lubricants Meeting.

With papers authored by researchers at Technical University of Darmstadt; University of Wisconsin; Alternative Fuel Systems, Inc.; Chalmers University of Technology; Opel Powertrain GmbH; The University of Calgary; Industrial Technology Center of Okayama Prefecture; Tesma Engine Technologies; and more.

Papers cover: - Spark ignition and Combustion Models - Effects of Cyclic Variations - Spark Ignition Engine Performance - Two-Stroke Engine Gas Exchange and Combustion - Diesel Combustion - Fractal Burning Model - Turbulent Flame Propagation - Piston Speed - Water Analog Engine - Homogeneous Reactor Modeling - Flamelet Library Soot Modeling - Engine Torque and Speed Correlation - Injection Parameters - And more