Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) engines arouse great interest due to their high thermal efficiency and very low emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulates. Critical issue of the HCCI combustion is the control of the engine since the combustion process is mostly dominated by chemical kinetics. Therefore the accurate assessment of the chemical kinetic is fundamental in numerical simulation of this kind of engines. Experimentally It has been demonstrated that even in HCCI engine the charge within the cylinder is not fully homogeneous, but many quantities, such as temperature, density and equivalence ratio, vary along the combustion chamber. These inhomogeneities influence the combustion process and yield the homogeneous reactor model to be not completely adequate to simulate HCCI combustion. This paper focuses on the use of a stochastic rector model in order to account for temperature inhomogeneities in the numerical simulation of the HCCI combustion. Moreover, the chemical kinetic code has been coupled to GT - Power Code, a 1-D fluid dynamics code, in order to accurately simulate the operation of a turbocharged truck engine.

Analysis of the HCCI combustion of a turbocharged truck engine using a stochastic reactor model / Montorsi, L.; Mauss, F.; Bianchi, G. M.; Bhave, A.; Kraft, M.. - 39:(2003), pp. 97-108. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2002 Fall Technical Conference of the ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division tenutosi a New Orleans, LA, usa nel 2002 [10.1115/ICEF2002-488].

Analysis of the HCCI combustion of a turbocharged truck engine using a stochastic reactor model

Montorsi L.;Bianchi G. M.;
2003

Abstract

Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) engines arouse great interest due to their high thermal efficiency and very low emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulates. Critical issue of the HCCI combustion is the control of the engine since the combustion process is mostly dominated by chemical kinetics. Therefore the accurate assessment of the chemical kinetic is fundamental in numerical simulation of this kind of engines. Experimentally It has been demonstrated that even in HCCI engine the charge within the cylinder is not fully homogeneous, but many quantities, such as temperature, density and equivalence ratio, vary along the combustion chamber. These inhomogeneities influence the combustion process and yield the homogeneous reactor model to be not completely adequate to simulate HCCI combustion. This paper focuses on the use of a stochastic rector model in order to account for temperature inhomogeneities in the numerical simulation of the HCCI combustion. Moreover, the chemical kinetic code has been coupled to GT - Power Code, a 1-D fluid dynamics code, in order to accurately simulate the operation of a turbocharged truck engine.
2002 Fall Technical Conference of the ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division
New Orleans, LA, usa
2002
ICE
39
97
108
Montorsi, L.; Mauss, F.; Bianchi, G. M.; Bhave, A.; Kraft, M.
Analysis of the HCCI combustion of a turbocharged truck engine using a stochastic reactor model / Montorsi, L.; Mauss, F.; Bianchi, G. M.; Bhave, A.; Kraft, M.. - 39:(2003), pp. 97-108. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 2002 Fall Technical Conference of the ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division tenutosi a New Orleans, LA, usa nel 2002 [10.1115/ICEF2002-488].
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