CFD simulation of in cylinder combustion of multi-cylinder diesel engine

N.B. Totla, Y.J. Bhalerao

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The simulation /reproduction of in cylinder combustion for power stroke of multicylinder Diesel Engine is appropriate/fundamental to work upon for determination of temperature inside the cylinder. The current examination incorporates estimating of approximate temperature of in chamber gases during power stroke and accordingly liner temperature from gas side. The current investigation incorporates mathematical simulations dependent on Inbuilt ICE Combustion model in ANSYS 15.0 form, where burning space above cylinder during power stroke which is time transient is utilized. Correct averaged boundary limits were determined for different sections for the ignition model. The mesh modular is created. The prevailing of different ranges of temperature recorded in literature during power stroke along with differential liner temperatures from gas side are surveyed. Estimations are done for maximum and minimum temperatures also. The maximum in cylinder temperature was around 2150 K and least temperature was discovered to be 800 K. Likewise the most extreme temperature on liner from gas side along stroke was discovered to be 470 K during power stroke. It has been additionally discovered that the greatest temperature of in chamber gases and liner from gas side endures just during early power stroke.
Original languageEnglish
JournalMaterials Today: Proceedings
Early online date15 Mar 2023
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 15 Mar 2023

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