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Modeling of Combustion in Gasoline Direct Injection Engines for the Optimization of Engine Management System Through Reduction of Three-Dimensional Models to (n × One-Dimensional) Models

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P. Emery

Renault–Direction de la Recherche API, TCR RUC T 80, 1, avenue du Golf, 78288 Guyancourt Cedex, France

F. Maroteaux

Laboratoire de Mécanique Physique, Université P. et M. Curie, 2, place de la Gare de Ceinture, 78210 St. Cyr l’Ecole, Francee-mail: maroteau@ccr.jussieu.fr

M. Sorine

INRIA–Rocquencourt, BP 105, 78153 Le Chesnay Cedex, France

J. Fluids Eng 125(3), 520-532 (Jun 09, 2003) (13 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1570859 History: Received June 13, 2002; Revised November 01, 2002; Online June 09, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Figures

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Geometry of the combustion chamber
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Reaction rate and flame surface density at part load and 2000 rpm—0 deg crank angle (TDC)
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Reaction rate and flame surface density at full load and 5000 rpm—0 deg crank angle (TDC)
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Reaction rate and flame surface density at full load and 5000 rpm—3 deg crank angle (ATDC)
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Reaction rate and flame surface density and epsilon at full load and 5000 rpm—0 deg crank angle (TDC)
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Reaction rate and flame surface density and epsilon at full load and 5000 rpm—3 deg crank angle (ATDC)
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Reaction rate and flame surface density and epsilon at full load and 5000 rpm (TDC) along a ray from the spark plug to the cylinder periphery
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Reaction rate and flame surface density and epsilon at full load and 5000 rpm—3 deg crank angle (ATDC) along a ray from the spark plug to the cylinder periphery
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Control volume for the two rays model
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Exchanges terms between the two connected cells function of the velocity direction
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Evolution of the temperature during the compression stroke for the one ray model and the two rays model versus crank angle at 2000 rpm part load
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Evolution of the temperature during the expansion stroke for the one ray model and the two rays model versus crank angle at 2000 rpm part load
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Evolution of the burned mass fraction at the beginning of combustion for the one ray and the two rays models versus crank angle at 2000 rpm part load
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Comparison 2 rays one-dimensional model/KIVA. Cylinder pressure versus crank angle at 2000 rpm.
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Comparison 2 rays one-dimensional model/KIVA. Burned mass fraction versus crank angle at 2000 rpm.
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Comparison 2 rays one-dimensional model/KIVA. Cylinder pressure versus crank angle at 5000 rpm.
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Comparison 2 rays one-dimensional model/KIVA. Burned mass fraction versus crank angle at 5000 rpm.

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