New Physical and Chemical Models for the CFD Simulation of Exhaust Gas Lines:
A Generic Approach 2002-01-0066
In the near future the effort on the development of exhaust gas treatment systems must be increased to meet the stringent emission requirements. If the relevant physical and chemical models are available, the numerical simulation is an important tool for the design of these systems. This work presents a CFD model that allows to cover the full range of applications in this area. After a detailed presentation of the theoretical background and the modeling strategies results for the simulation of a close-coupled catalyst are shown. The presented model is also applied to the oxidation of nitrogen oxides, to a diesel particle filter and a fuel-cell reformer catalyst.
Citation: Wanker, R., Granter, H., Bachler, G., Rabenstein, G. et al., "New Physical and Chemical Models for the CFD Simulation of Exhaust Gas Lines:A Generic Approach," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-0066, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-0066. Download Citation
Roland Wanker, Harald Granter, Günther Bachler, Gerd Rabenstein, Andreas Ennemoser, Reinhard Tatschl, Marcus Bollig