A Diesel Engine Thermal Transient Simulation: Coupling Between a Combustion Model and a Thermal Model 2003-01-0224
A realistic simulation of engine thermal transient behavior requires a coupling between a combustion model and a thermal model of the engine cooling system. This paper describes a procedure used to realize such a simulation. We will develop reasons that lead us towards the choice of Hohenberg's correlation as an engine heat transfer model. A thermal transient simulation of air blown into the car cabin has been computed on a NEDC driving cycle. An experimental study in a wind tunnel has been carried out to validate the heater core heating power and air temperature simulations.
Citation: Pirotais, F., Bellettre, J., Le Corre, O., Tazerout, M. et al., "A Diesel Engine Thermal Transient Simulation: Coupling Between a Combustion Model and a Thermal Model," SAE Technical Paper 2003-01-0224, 2003, https://doi.org/10.4271/2003-01-0224. Download Citation
F. Pirotais, J. Bellettre, O. Le Corre, M. Tazerout, G. De Pelsemaeker, G. Guyonvarch
Department of Energetic and Environmental Engineering, Ecole des Mines de Nantes, Valeo Climate Control Inc.
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