Validation of a Simplified Model for Combustion and Emission Formation in Diesel Engines Based on Correlations for Spray Penetration and Dispersion, Gas Entrainment into Sprays and Flame Lift-off 2010-01-1494
A simplified combustion and emission formation model for diesel engines has been developed in a project where the long term objective is to predict emissions during transient operation. The intended application implies that the final model must be both computationally inexpensive and comprehensive so that it can be used for optimization of engine control variables when coupled to full-engine simulation software. As starting point, the proposed model uses diesel spray correlations established in combustion vessels regarding spray penetration, dispersion, gas entrainment, ignition and flame lift-off. It has been found that with minor adaption, these correlations are valid also for combustion in an engine. By assuming a fully mixing controlled combustion after ignition and by use of simplified emission models, the correlations have been found useful for predicting trends in engine-out emission with low computational cost. Besides engine-out emissions and pressure analysis, endoscope instrumentation has been used to provide validation data regarding maximum in-cylinder temperature and soot concentration.
Citation: Westlund, A., Ångström, H., and Lindström, M., "Validation of a Simplified Model for Combustion and Emission Formation in Diesel Engines Based on Correlations for Spray Penetration and Dispersion, Gas Entrainment into Sprays and Flame Lift-off," SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-1494, 2010, https://doi.org/10.4271/2010-01-1494. Download Citation
Anders Westlund, Hans-Erik Ångström, Mikael Lindström
Royal Institute of Technology, Scania CV AB
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