Phenomenological modeling of combustion and NOx emissions using detailed tabulated chemistry methods in diesel engines

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Rezaei, Reza; Dinkelacker, Friedrich; Tilch, Benjamin; Delebinski, Thaddaeus; Brauer, Maximilian;
(2016)
  • Publisher: London : SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1177/1468087415619302, doi: 10.15488/3036
  • Subject: combustion | Diesel engine | NOx emissions | phenomenological modeling | reaction kinetics | Combustion | Engine cylinders | Engines | Exhaust gas recirculation | Exhaust gases | Ignition | Kinetics | Reaction kinetics | Computational effort | Detailed chemical kinetic | Heavy-duty diesel engine | Light-duty diesel engines | Perfectly stirred reactor | Phenomenological modeling | Transient conditions | Diesel engines
    • ddc: ddc:621

Enhancing the predictive quality of engine models, while maintaining an affordable computational cost, is of great importance. In this study, a phenomenological combustion and a tabulated NOx model, focusing on efficient modeling and improvement of computational effort,... View more
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