Simulation of the Thermodynamic Processes in Diesel Cycle Internal Combustion Engines 931899

This work presents the development of a simulation model for the thermodynamic processes in diesel cycle internal combustion engines.
Comparison of model performance predictions with data from a turbocharged direct-injection diesel engine shows good agreement over the range of reciprocator speeds and loads tested. Thus, the computer simulation provides an effective means of analyzing the effects of various significant parameters during the design stage and to aid interpretation of the test results, mainly by obtaining information about quantities that are difficult to measure.


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