The quest for increasing the efficiency of internal combustion engines has been going on ever since the invention of this reliable workhorse. In recent times much attention has been focused on achieving higher thermal efficiency by reducing the heat loss to the surroundings by the application of “Low heat rejection” concept using ceramic coating for engine components or ceramic components itself. In this direction, the present analysis focused towards the formulation and development of a two-zone combustion model for the prediction of combustion, heat release and performance of the conventional and low heat rejection engines.

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