A Phenomenological Combustion Model for Heat Release Rate Prediction in High-Speed DI Diesel Engines with Common Rail Injection 2000-01-2933
This paper presents a phenomenological single-zone combustion model which meets the particular requirements of high speed DI diesel engines with common rail injection. Therefore the model takes into account the freely selectable pilot and main injection and is strongly focusing on result parameters like combustion noise or NO-emission which are affected by this split injection. The premixed combustion, the mixing-controlled combustion and the ignition delay are key parts of the model. The model was developed and tested on more than 200 samples from three different engine types of DaimlerChrysler passenger car engines equipped with common rail injection. A user-friendly parameterization and a short computing time was achieved thanks to the simple structure of the model.
Citation: Barba, C., Burkhardt, C., Boulouchos, K., and Bargende, M., "A Phenomenological Combustion Model for Heat Release Rate Prediction in High-Speed DI Diesel Engines with Common Rail Injection," SAE Technical Paper 2000-01-2933, 2000, https://doi.org/10.4271/2000-01-2933. Download Citation
Christian Barba, Christine Burkhardt, Konstantinos Boulouchos, Michael Bargende
DaimlerChrysler, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich, University of Stuttgart
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