LES for Energy Conversion in electric and combustion Engines [LES4ECE]

IFPEN / Rueil-Malmaison - 17 - 18 June 2021

11 - 12 December 2018 - 6th edition 

Thanks to all participants, speakers, authors and partners, you made the event a success!

 

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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 non 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 non 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 non 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)