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2019/2020

Multidimensional Models of Thermoaerodynamics of Combustion Engines

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Code Completion Credits Range
W21O002 ZK 30
Lecturer:
Jan Macek (guarantor)
Tutor:
Jan Macek (guarantor)
Supervisor:
Department of Automotive, Combustion Engine and Railway Engineering
Synopsis:

Understand partial differential equations of 3-D thermoaerodynamics and their empirical closures (including turbulence modelling), applied to internal combustion engines, and problems of their numerical solution.

Requirements:

WP21O001 and numerical methods for PDE.

Deduction of governing equations for the specific problem of ICE theory.

Syllabus of lectures:

Multidimensional models described in an integral form for Lagrangian and Eulerian approach and their mutual transformation. Multizone and finite volume approaches. Differential

equations of the basic laws of conservation and constitutive equations. The second law of thermodynamics. Specie conservation, diffusion and chemical reactions. Momentum conservation, viscous stress components. Role and fundamentals of turbulence description and modelling. Definition of turbulence and ICE turbulence. Energy conservation, mechanical energy dissipation, heat conduction and other typaes of heat transport in diffusive systems. Basic types of flames. Advanced Multizone Eulerian Model

(AMEM) and its solution for unsteady turbulent flow of compressible,

chemically reacting two-phase mixture of real gases in engine components.

Syllabus of tutorials:

None.

Study Objective:

Understand partial differential equations of 3-D thermoaerodynamics and their empirical closures (including turbulence modelling), applied to internal combustion engines, and problems of their numerical solution.

Study materials:

Bird, R. B. - Stewart, W. E. - Lightfoot, E. N.: Transport Phenomena.J. Wiley N.Y. 1960, 2006

Heywood, J.B.: Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals. McGraw Hill 1988 ISBN 0-07-028637-X

Williams, F. A.: Combustion Theory. Addison-Wesley, Redwood CA, 1985, ISBN 0-8053-9801-5

Kuo, K. K.: Principles of Combustion. J. Wiley, N.Y., 1986, ISBN 0-471-62605-8

Note:
Further information:
https://studium.fs.cvut.cz/studium/u12120/W21O001_Matematicke_modelovani_obehu_SM/
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