Application of Advanced Simulation Methods and Their Combination with Experiments to Modeling of Hydrogen Fueled Engine Emission Potentials 2002-01-0373
The paper deals with an application of advanced simulation methods to modeling of hydrogen fueled engines. Two models have been applied - 0-D algorithm and CFD. The 0-D model has been based on GT-Power code. The CFD model has been based on Advanced Multizone Eulerian Model representing general method of finite volume. The influence of main engine parameters, e.g. air excess, spark timing, compression ratio, on NOx formation and engine efficiency has been investigated. Both models have been calibrated with experimental data. Examples of results and comparison with experiments are shown. The means of reducing NOx formation are discussed.
Citation: Polášek, M., Macek, J., Takáts, M., and VÍtek, O., "Application of Advanced Simulation Methods and Their Combination with Experiments to Modeling of Hydrogen Fueled Engine Emission Potentials," SAE Technical Paper 2002-01-0373, 2002, https://doi.org/10.4271/2002-01-0373. Download Citation
Miloš Polášek, Jan Macek, Michal Takáts, Oldřich VÍtek
Czech Technical University in Prague, Josef Bozek Research Center
SAE 2002 World Congress & Exhibition
Modeling of SI Engines and Multi-Dimensional Engine Modeling-SP-1702, Hydrogen and Its Future as a Transportation Fuel-PT-95, SAE 2002 Transactions Journal of Engines-V111-3