Browse Publications Technical Papers 2011-01-1438

Real Time Capable Pollutant Formation and Exhaust Aftertreatment Modeling-HSDI Diesel Engine Simulation 2011-01-1438

Modern Diesel engines require an integrated development of combustion strategies, air management and exhaust aftertreatment. This study presents a comprehensive simulation approach with the aim to support engine development activities in the virtual environment. A real-time capable engine, vehicle and control model is extended by three key features. First, a pollutant production model is embedded in a two-zone cylinder model. Second, a framework for catalytic pollutant conversion is built focusing on modern diesel exhaust aftertreatment systems. Third, an extended species transport model is introduced considering the transport of pollutants through the air path. The entire plant model is validated on the example of a passenger car Diesel engine. The predicted engine behavior is compared with steady-state measurements. The NO formation model is investigated for a series of steady-state and transient operating conditions. The catalytic conversion performance of a Diesel oxidation catalyst and of a selective catalytic reduction converter is compared to experimental data. The engine, vehicle and control model is used to simulate an NEDC and to investigate the impact of different engine operation strategies on NO emissions at engine and tailpipe outlet.


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