Atomization of the fuel that is injected to the combustion chamber depends on flow field characteristics during the compression process. Mixture formation, mixture preparation rate and delay period are some of the dominant factors in DI diesel engine performance and emission level. This paper presents a new CFD approach simulation of flow field during intake and compression of a four strokes IC engine. In this model a dynamic mesh is used to simulate the moving boundaries of engine parts, such as piston and valves. Computational domain, which is a precise model of one cylinder, is meshed to 300,000–500,000 cells. In our solution three different two-equation turbulence models are used. The capability of each model is highlighted and the results are compared with relevant works. The focus of these turbulence models and three-dimensional simulation of engine flow are to validate the reliability of flow characteristics. The results accurately demonstrate the three-dimensional characteristics of air motion in the swirl chamber and development of vortices.
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Numerical Simulation of DI Diesel Engine’s Combustion Chamber Using Several Turbulence Models During Intake and Compression Strokes
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Jazayeri, SA, Mirzaei, M, Kheyrollahi, J, & Shadaram, A. "Numerical Simulation of DI Diesel Engine’s Combustion Chamber Using Several Turbulence Models During Intake and Compression Strokes." Proceedings of the ASME 2005 Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference. ASME 2005 Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference (ICEF2005). Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. September 11–14, 2005. pp. 325-333. ASME. https://doi.org/10.1115/ICEF2005-1268
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