1994-04-01

Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) Analysis of a Six Cylinder Diesel Engine Cooling System with Experimental Correlations 941081

Analysis of a six cylinder diesel engine cooling system was performed using the commercially available computational fluid dynamic code FLOTRAN. CFD results are compared with pressure measurements and flow visualization observations in numerous areas from a room temperature, water flow bench test. CFD was successfully used to identify modifications that resulted in improved coolant distribution throughout the engine cooling system.

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