In this research work, one dimensional model of single cylinder four stroke direct injection diesel engine was developed for I. This model will facilitate students to carry out various performance analysis such as valve lift profile optimization, thermal analysis of cylinder, engine noise analysis at intake and exhaust, etc. The model design covers the full engine cycle consisting of intake, compression, power and exhaust. It solves a wide range of issues related to vehicle and engine performance. The engine performance and acoustics library is designed for steady-state simulations. It is used for practically all types of Internal Combustion Engines and the user is available with many components within the software where he can simulate the whole engine model.
Modeling combustion of single biomass particle
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Mohammadreza Nazemi , Michigan Technological University. However, these combustion strategies have difficulties with controlling the rate of heat release and lack of an adequate combustion phasing control mechanism. A dual-fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition RCCI combustion strategy will address these issues due to the existence of precise means for controlling the heat release rate and combustion phasing. In the RCCI strategy two fuels with different reactivity auto-ignition characteristics, e. Combustion phasing is controlled by the relative ratios of these two fuels and the combustion duration is controlled by the local equivalence ratio gradient between the two fuels. This thesis includes three major modeling and analysis contributions.
Modeling Bio-Dust Combustion in Suspension Firing
Roekaerts, D. Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering. Process and Energy. The objective of the research presented in this thesis is development and validation of predictive models or modeling approaches of liquid fuel combustion spray combustion in hot-diluted environments, known as flameless combustion or MILD combustion.