LES for Internal Combustion Engine Flows [LES4ICE]

IFPEN / Rueil-Malmaison - 11-12 December 2018

Online publications 

 

Session 1: Numerics & Modelling

 

Keynote: Accelerating Co-optimization of Engines and Fuels with High-Fidelity Simulations

S. Som (Argonne National Laboratories, USA)

 

Applying high-order compact scheme and block-based AMR to Compressible LES flow solver for IC engine

T. Nambu (JAXA, Japan)

 

An LES Framework for Accurate Simulations of Reactive Engine Flows Publication not authorized

T. Falkenstein (RWTH Aachen, Germany)

 

A comparison of combustion models for predicting cycle-to-cycle variation in a gasoline direct-injection engine using Large-Eddy Simulation

E. Pomraning (CSI, USA)

 

Characterization of Radiative Heat Transfer in Spark-Ignition Engine Through High-Speed Experiments and Simulations

L. Henrion (University of Michigan, USA)

 

Session 2: Piston Engine Aerodynamics

 

Multi-plane Time-resolved Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) Flow Field Measurements in an Optical SIDI Engine for Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) Model Validations

D. Hung (University of Michigan-Shanghai Jiao Tong University Joint Institute, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

 

Characterizing the evolution of boundary layers in IC engines by combined laser optical diagnostics, Direct Numerical and Large-Eddy simulations

M. Schmidt (TU Darmstadt, Germany)

 

Large Eddy Simulations of Near Wall Flow and Heat Transfer in Internal Combustion Engines

A. Wu (University of Michigan, USA)

 

A roadmap towards industrial LES of ICE engines

C. Hasse (TU Darmstadt, Germany)

 

Application of Zonal Hybrid URANS/LES Modeling to Internal Combustion Engine Flows

V. Krastev (University of Tuscia, Italy)

 

A Hybrid Temporal RANS-LES Method for internal combustion engine applications

Al H. Afailal (IFPEN, France)

 

Session 3: Injectors & Sprays

 

A Novel Multiphase VOF Solver for the Simulation of Cavitating Nozzle Flows in GDi Injectors using OpenFOAM

F. Piscaglia (Politecnico di Milano, Italy) Publication not authorized

 

The analysis of gasoline injector flow using LES-VOF approach: Spray G case

Z. Pavlovic (AVL, Austria)

 

Modeling the effects of intermittency on dispersion of droplets in high pressure diesel sprays - a stochastic SGS model for droplet acceleration

S. K. Oruganti (University of Lyon, France)

 

Session 4: ICE Combustion

 

Keynote: The benefit of simultaneous IC engine experiments and simulations

B. Böhm (TU Darmstadt, Germany)

 

DNS in simplified ICE configurations using immersed boundaries and detailed chemistry

D. Thévenin (University of Magdeburg, Germany)

 

Validation of Large-Eddy Simulation with experimental measurement of Lean Burn Engine Combustion Publication not authorized

O. Benoit (Toyota Motorsport, Germany)

 

LES of fuel injection, internal aerodynamics and combustion variability in a homogeneous GDI engine

F. Nicollet (Daimler, Germany)

 

Ignition Modeling for Controlling Cyclic-Variability

C. Rutland (University of Wisconsin, USA)

 

Numerical Analysis of Cyclic Combustion Variations in Large Dual-Fuel Engines Using Large-Eddy Simulation

M. Theile (FVTR, Germany)

 

Exploring cyclic combustion variability and knock in a single cylinder production GDI engine using LES

O. Colin (IFPEN, France)