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Due to the large number of influencing parameters and interactions, the fuel injection and therewith fuel propagation and distribution are among the most complex processes in an internal combustion engine. For this reason, injection is usually the subject to highly detailed numerical modeling, which leads to unacceptably high computing times in the 3D-CFD simulation of a full engine domain. Marlene Wentsch presents a critical analysis, optimization and extension of injection modeling in an innovative, fast response 3D-CFD tool that is exclusively dedicated to the virtual development of internal combustion engines.

About the Author

Marlene Wentsch works as research associate in the field of 3D-CFD simulations of injection processes at the Institute of Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering (IVK), University of Stuttgart, Germany.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

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Chapter 1. Introduction

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Chapter 2. Simulation of Internal Combustion Engines

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Chapter 3. The 3D-CFD Tool QuickSim

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Chapter 4. Fundamentals of Spray Modeling and Simulation

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Chapter 5. Utilized Engine Models

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Chapter 6. Numerical Boundary Conditions

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Chapter 7. Liquid Fuel Modeling

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Chapter 8. Parametrization of Injector Properties

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Chapter 9. Conclusion and Outlook

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