Sandip Wadekar

Doctoral Student at Combustion and Propulsion Systems

Sandip Wadekar is working as a PhD student at the Division of Combustion and Propulsion Systems. The main subject area of his work is the investigation of the impact of ultra-high fuel injection pressures in gasoline direct injection engines on the fuel-air mixing using Large-Eddy Simulations (LES). An important part of his research will be the development and validation of model components enabling predictive LES simulations for ultra-high fuel injection systems. Moreover, He is also interested in turbulent premixed combustion modeling.

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Large-Eddy Simulation Study of Ultra-High Fuel Injection Pressure on Gasoline Sprays

Sandip Wadekar, Michael Oevermann
Flow, Turbulence and Combustion. Vol. in press
Journal article

Large-Eddy Simulation on the Effects of Fuel Injection Pressure on the Gasoline Spray Characteristics

Sandip Wadekar, Akichika Yamaguchi, Michael Oevermann
SAE Technical Papers. Vol. 2019
Journal article

A Multi-Cycle Large-Eddy Simulation Study of Combustion Cyclic Variation in a SI-engine

Sandip Wadekar, Michael Oevermann
Paper in proceedings

Large-eddy simulation study of combustion cyclic variation in a lean-burn spark ignition engine

Sandip Wadekar, Michael Oevermann
Applied Energy. Vol. 255 (1 December 2019)
Journal article

Large Eddy Simulation of Stratified Combustion in Spray-guided Direct Injection Spark-ignition Engine

Sandip Wadekar, Michael Oevermann, Andrei Lipatnikov
SAE Technical Papers. Vol. 2018-April
Journal article

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