Integration of 3D-CFD and engine cycle simulations: Application to an intake plenum

  • Borghi M
  • Mattarelli E
  • Montorsi L
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Abstract

The purpose of this paper is to compare different methodologies of CFD analysis, applied to the intake plenum of a turbocharged HSDI Diesel engine. The study is performed by using both an engine cycle simulation code and a 3D-CFD code. Experiments at the engine dynamometer and at a steady flow bench support the theoretical study. The most promising simulation technique presented in the paper is the integrated 1D and 3D-CFD simulation. This numerical approach showed itself to be particularly suitable for analysing complex engine components where the flow patterns are fully transient. Copyright © 2001 Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.

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  • M. Borghi

  • E. Mattarelli

  • L. Montorsi

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