Mixture Formation in Internal Combustion Engines

Filename: mixture-formation-in-internal-combustion-engines.pdf
ISBN: 9783540308362
Release Date: 2006-09-28
Number of pages: 294
Author: Carsten Baumgarten
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Mixture Formation in Internal Combustion Engines in PDF and EPUB A systematic control of mixture formation with modern high-pressure injection systems enables us to achieve considerable improvements of the combustion pr- ess in terms of reduced fuel consumption and engine-out raw emissions. However, because of the growing number of free parameters due to more flexible injection systems, variable valve trains, the application of different combustion concepts within different regions of the engine map, etc., the prediction of spray and m- ture formation becomes increasingly complex. For this reason, the optimization of the in-cylinder processes using 3D computational fluid dynamics (CFD) becomes increasingly important. In these CFD codes, the detailed modeling of spray and mixture formation is a prerequisite for the correct calculation of the subsequent processes like ignition, combustion and formation of emissions. Although such simulation tools can be viewed as standard tools today, the predictive quality of the sub-models is c- stantly enhanced by a more accurate and detailed modeling of the relevant pr- esses, and by the inclusion of new important mechanisms and effects that come along with the development of new injection systems and have not been cons- ered so far. In this book the most widely used mathematical models for the simulation of spray and mixture formation in 3D CFD calculations are described and discussed. In order to give the reader an introduction into the complex processes, the book starts with a description of the fundamental mechanisms and categories of fuel - jection, spray break-up, and mixture formation in internal combustion engines.


Modeling Engine Spray and Combustion Processes

Filename: modeling-engine-spray-and-combustion-processes.pdf
ISBN: 3540006826
Release Date: 2003-04-10
Number of pages: 282
Author: Gunnar Stiesch
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Modeling Engine Spray and Combustion Processes in PDF and EPUB The utilization of mathematical models to numerically describe the performance of internal combustion engines is of great significance in the development of new and improved engines. Today, such simulation models can already be viewed as standard tools, and their importance is likely to increase further as available com puter power is expected to increase and the predictive quality of the models is constantly enhanced. This book describes and discusses the most widely used mathematical models for in-cylinder spray and combustion processes, which are the most important subprocesses affecting engine fuel consumption and pollutant emissions. The relevant thermodynamic, fluid dynamic and chemical principles are summarized, and then the application of these principles to the in-cylinder processes is ex plained. Different modeling approaches for the each subprocesses are compared and discussed with respect to the governing model assumptions and simplifica tions. Conclusions are drawn as to which model approach is appropriate for a specific type of problem in the development process of an engine. Hence, this book may serve both as a graduate level textbook for combustion engineering stu dents and as a reference for professionals employed in the field of combustion en gine modeling. The research necessary for this book was carried out during my employment as a postdoctoral scientist at the Institute of Technical Combustion (ITV) at the Uni versity of Hannover, Germany and at the Engine Research Center (ERC) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.


Combustion Engines Development

Filename: combustion-engines-development.pdf
ISBN: 3642140947
Release Date: 2011-09-24
Number of pages: 642
Author: Günter P. Merker
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Combustion Engines Development in PDF and EPUB Combustion Engines Development nowadays is based on simulation, not only of the transient reaction of vehicles or of the complete driveshaft, but also of the highly unsteady processes in the carburation process and the combustion chamber of an engine. Different physical and chemical approaches are described to show the potentials and limits of the models used for simulation.


Computational Optimization of Internal Combustion Engines

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ISBN: 0857296191
Release Date: 2011-06-22
Number of pages: 309
Author: Yu Shi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Computational Optimization of Internal Combustion Engines in PDF and EPUB Computational Optimization of Internal Combustion Engines presents the state of the art of computational models and optimization methods for internal combustion engine development using multi-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools and genetic algorithms. Strategies to reduce computational cost and mesh dependency are discussed, as well as regression analysis methods. Several case studies are presented in a section devoted to applications, including assessments of: spark-ignition engines, dual-fuel engines, heavy duty and light duty diesel engines. Through regression analysis, optimization results are used to explain complex interactions between engine design parameters, such as nozzle design, injection timing, swirl, exhaust gas recirculation, bore size, and piston bowl shape. Computational Optimization of Internal Combustion Engines demonstrates that the current multi-dimensional CFD tools are mature enough for practical development of internal combustion engines. It is written for researchers and designers in mechanical engineering and the automotive industry.


Urea SCR Technology for deNOx After Treatment of Diesel Exhausts

Filename: urea-scr-technology-for-denox-after-treatment-of-diesel-exhausts.pdf
ISBN: 9781489980717
Release Date: 2014-03-14
Number of pages: 716
Author: Isabella Nova
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Urea SCR Technology for deNOx After Treatment of Diesel Exhausts in PDF and EPUB Urea-SCR Technology for deNOx After Treatment of Diesel Exhausts presents a complete overview of the selective catalytic reduction of NOx by ammonia/urea. The book starts with an illustration of the technology in the framework of the current context (legislation, market, system configurations), covers the fundamental aspects of the SCR process (catalysts, chemistry, mechanism, kinetics) and analyzes its application to useful topics such as modeling of full scale monolith catalysts, control aspects, ammonia injections systems and integration with other devices for combined removal of pollutants.



Fundamentals of Air Pollution Engineering

Filename: fundamentals-of-air-pollution-engineering.pdf
ISBN: 9780486488721
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 562
Author: Richard C. Flagan
Publisher: Courier Corporation

Download and read online Fundamentals of Air Pollution Engineering in PDF and EPUB A rigorous and thorough analysis of the production of air pollutants and their control, this text is geared toward chemical and environmental engineering students. Topics include combustion, principles of aerosol behavior, theories of the removal of particulate and gaseous pollutants from effluent streams, and air pollution control strategies. 1988 edition.Reprint of the Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1988 edition.



Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Contemporary Research

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ISBN: 9788132227434
Release Date: 2016-09-20
Number of pages: 1701
Author: Arun K. Saha
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power Contemporary Research in PDF and EPUB This volume comprises the proceedings of the 42nd National and 5th International Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power held at IIT Kanpur in December, 2014.The conference proceedings encapsulate the best deliberations held during the conference. The diversity of participation in the conference, from academia, industry and research laboratories reflects in the articles appearing in the volume. This contributed volume has articles from authors who have participated in the conference on thematic areas such as Fundamental Issues and Perspectives in Fluid Mechanics; Measurement Techniques and Instrumentation; Computational Fluid Dynamics; Instability, Transition and Turbulence; Turbomachinery; Multiphase Flows; Fluid‐Structure Interaction and Flow‐Induced Noise; Microfluidics; Bio‐inspired Fluid Mechanics; Internal Combustion Engines and Gas Turbines; and Specialized Topics. The contents of this volume will prove useful to researchers from industry and academia alike.


Introduction to Modeling and Control of Internal Combustion Engine Systems

Filename: introduction-to-modeling-and-control-of-internal-combustion-engine-systems.pdf
ISBN: 3642107753
Release Date: 2009-12-21
Number of pages: 354
Author: Lino Guzzella
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Introduction to Modeling and Control of Internal Combustion Engine Systems in PDF and EPUB Internal combustion engines (ICE) still have potential for substantial improvements, particularly with regard to fuel efficiency and environmental compatibility. In order to fully exploit the remaining margins, increasingly sophisticated control systems have to be applied. This book offers an introduction to cost-effective model-based control-system design for ICE. The primary emphasis is put on the ICE and its auxiliary devices. Mathematical models for these processes are developed and solutions for selected feedforward and feedback control-problems are presented. The discussions concerning pollutant emissions and fuel economy of ICE in automotive applications constantly intensified since the first edition of this book was published. Concerns about the air quality, the limited resources of fossil fuels and the detrimental effects of greenhouse gases exceedingly spurred the interest of both the industry and academia in further improvements. The most important changes and additions included in this second edition are: restructured and slightly extended section on superchargers, short subsection on rotational oscillations and their treatment on engine test-benches, complete section on modeling, detection, and control of engine knock, improved physical and chemical model for the three-way catalytic converter, new methodology for the design of an air-to-fuel ratio controller, short introduction to thermodynamic engine-cycle calculation and corresponding control-oriented aspects.


Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals

Filename: internal-combustion-engine-fundamentals.pdf
ISBN: UOM:39015065056338
Release Date: 1988-04-01
Number of pages: 930
Author: John Heywood
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education

Download and read online Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals in PDF and EPUB This text, by a leading authority in the field, presents a fundamental and factual development of the science and engineering underlying the design of combustion engines and turbines. An extensive illustration program supports the concepts and theories discussed.


Internal Combustion Engine Handbook

Filename: internal-combustion-engine-handbook.pdf
ISBN: 0768011396
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 811
Author: Richard Van Basshuysen
Publisher: SAE

Download and read online Internal Combustion Engine Handbook in PDF and EPUB Illustrating the latest level of knowledge in engine development, paying particular attention to the presentation of theory and practice, this handbook covers all of this component's complexities, including an insightful look into the internal combustion engine's future viability.


Analytic Combustion

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ISBN: 9781139499071
Release Date: 2011-03-07
Number of pages:
Author: Anil W. Date
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online Analytic Combustion in PDF and EPUB Combustion involves change in the chemical state of a substance from a fuel-state to a product-state via chemical reaction accompanied by release of heat energy. Design or performance evaluation of equipment also requires knowledge of the rate of change of state. This rate is governed by the laws of thermodynamics and by the empirical sciences of heat and mass transfer, chemical kinetics and fluid dynamics. Analytic Combustion is written for advanced undergraduates, graduate students and professionals in mechanical, aeronautical and chemical engineering. Topics were carefully selected and presented to facilitate learning with emphasis on effective mathematical formulations and solution strategies. The book features over 60 solved numerical problems and analytical derivations and nearly 145 end-of-chapter exercise problems. The presentation is gradual, starting from thermodynamics of pure and mixture substances, and chemical equilibrium, building to a uniquely strong chapter on application case studies.


Internal Combustion Engines

Filename: internal-combustion-engines.pdf
ISBN: 9781118926529
Release Date: 2015-07-01
Number of pages: 480
Author: Colin R. Ferguson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Internal Combustion Engines in PDF and EPUB Since the publication of the Second Edition in 2001, there have been considerable advances and developments in the field of internal combustion engines. These include the increased importance of biofuels, new internal combustion processes, more stringent emissions requirements and characterization, and more detailed engine performance modeling, instrumentation, and control. There have also been changes in the instructional methodologies used in the applied thermal sciences that require inclusion in a new edition. These methodologies suggest that an increased focus on applications, examples, problem-based learning, and computation will have a positive effect on learning of the material, both at the novice student, and practicing engineer level. This Third Edition mirrors its predecessor with additional tables, illustrations, photographs, examples, and problems/solutions. All of the software is ‘open source’, so that readers can see how the computations are performed. In addition to additional java applets, there is companion Matlab code, which has become a default computational tool in most mechanical engineering programs.


Handbook of Diesel Engines

Filename: handbook-of-diesel-engines.pdf
ISBN: 9783540890836
Release Date: 2010-06-22
Number of pages: 636
Author: Klaus Mollenhauer
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Handbook of Diesel Engines in PDF and EPUB This machine is destined to completely revolutionize cylinder diesel engine up through large low speed t- engine engineering and replace everything that exists. stroke diesel engines. An appendix lists the most (From Rudolf Diesel’s letter of October 2, 1892 to the important standards and regulations for diesel engines. publisher Julius Springer. ) Further development of diesel engines as economiz- Although Diesel’s stated goal has never been fully ing, clean, powerful and convenient drives for road and achievable of course, the diesel engine indeed revolu- nonroad use has proceeded quite dynamically in the tionized drive systems. This handbook documents the last twenty years in particular. In light of limited oil current state of diesel engine engineering and technol- reserves and the discussion of predicted climate ogy. The impetus to publish a Handbook of Diesel change, development work continues to concentrate Engines grew out of ruminations on Rudolf Diesel’s on reducing fuel consumption and utilizing alternative transformation of his idea for a rational heat engine fuels while keeping exhaust as clean as possible as well into reality more than 100 years ago. Once the patent as further increasing diesel engine power density and was filed in 1892 and work on his engine commenced enhancing operating performance.