1965-02-01

Computer Programs to Determine the Relationship Between Pressure Flow, Heat Release, and Thermal Load in Diesel Engines 650450

A number of computer programs were established by the research department of the Augsburg works of M. A. N. to provide information on the development of diesel engines. This paper reports on two such programs. One of them aims at determining heat release flow from the indicated pressure diagram, the other at calculating pressure and temperature flow and thermal load from engine dimensions only, assuming a simple heat release diagram. Some results of these calculations are presented.

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