Browse Publications Technical Papers 2008-01-0865
2008-04-14

Simulation of Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment Systems - Thermal Behavior During Different Operating Conditions 2008-01-0865

The introduction of more stringent standards for engine emissions requires continuous improvement of exhaust gas aftertreatment systems. Modern systems require a combined design and application of different aftertreatment devices. Computer simulation helps to investigate the complexity of different system layouts. This study presents an overall aftertreatment modeling framework comprising dedicated models for pipes, oxidation catalysts, wall flow particulate filters and selective catalytic converters. The model equations of all components are discussed. The individual behavior of all components is compared to experimental data. With these well calibrated models a simulation study on a DOC-DPF-SCR exhaust system is performed. The impact of pipe wall insulation on the overall NOx conversion performance is investigated during four different engine operating conditions taken from a heavy-duty drive cycle. The results show that pipe insulation has a minor impact during the cold-start phase. During engine low load phases passive insulation measures help to keep the operating temperatures in the exhaust system.

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