Improvement of Engine Heat-Transfer Calculation in the Three-Dimensional Simulation Using a Phenomenological Heat-Transfer Model 2001-01-3601
Improvement of heat-transfer calculation for SI-engines in the three-dimensional simulation has been achieved and widely been tested by using a phenomenological heat-transfer model. The model is based on the local application of an improved Re-Nu-correlation (dimensional analysis) proposed by Bargende . This approach takes advantage of long experience in engine heat transfer modeling in the real working process analysis. The results of numerous simulations of different engine meshes show that the proposed heat-transfer model enables to calculate the overall as well as the local heat transfer in good agreement with both real working process analyses and experimental investigations. The influence of the mesh structure has also been remarkably reduced and compared to the standard wall function approach, no additional CPU-time is required.
Citation: Chiodi, M. and Bargende, M., "Improvement of Engine Heat-Transfer Calculation in the Three-Dimensional Simulation Using a Phenomenological Heat-Transfer Model," SAE Technical Paper 2001-01-3601, 2001, https://doi.org/10.4271/2001-01-3601. Download Citation
Marco Chiodi, Michael Bargende
University of Stuttgart
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Modeling Techniques for Diesel and SI Engines-SP-1648, SAE 2001 Transactions Journal of Engines-V110-3