Modeling for SI and Diesel Engines

Modeling for SI and Diesel Engines

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  • Paperback | 133 pages
  • SAE International
  • Society of Automotive Engineers,U.S.
  • Warrendale, United States
  • 0768014808
  • 9780768014808

Table of contents

2004-01-1873 Development of a Simulation Tool to Calculate Fuel Consumption and Emissions of Vehicles Operating in Dynamic Conditions; 2004-01-1874 Pressure Reduction in Intake System of a Turbocharged-Intercooled Di Diesel Engine Using Cfd Methodology; 2004-01-1875 Engine Cranking: Advanced Modelling and An Investigation of the Influence of the Initial Crank Angle and Inertia; 2004-01-1876 A Methodology to Estimate the Swirl Number At Tdc in Di Diesel Engines: Through the Combination of Cfd and Steady Flow Rig Results; 2004-01-1877 Development and Identification of Phenomenological Models for Combustion and Emissions of Common-Rail, Multi-Jet Diesel Engines; 2004-01-1879 Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Multiple Injection Diesel Sprays; 2004-01-1992 A Dimensionless Criterion for Predicting the Onset of Knock in Spark Ignition Engines; 2004-01-1993 Fractal Dimension Growth Model for Si Engine Combustion; 2004-01-1994 Analysis and Prediction of In-Cylinder Nox Emissions for Lean Burn Cng/H2 Transit Bus Engines; 2004-01-1995 Towards Large Eddy Simulation in Internal-Combustion Engines; Simulation of a Compressed Tumble Flow; 2004-01-1996 Formulation of a One-Component Fuel Lumping Model to Assess the Effects of Fuel Thermodynamic Properties on Internal Combustion Engine Mixture Preparation and Combustion; 2004-01-1997 Large Eddy Simulations of Jet/Tumble Interaction in a Gdi Model Engine Flow; 2004-01-1998 Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Different Combustion Chambers for a Small Spark-Ignition Engine; 2004-01-1999 On the Usage of CFD for the Estimation of the Volumetric Efficiency of an more