A representative interactive linear-eddy-model (RILEM) for simulating spray combustion
Doctoral thesis, 2017
Chalmers, Applied Mechanics, Combustion
Lackmann T., Kerstein A.R., Oevermann M., A representative linear eddy model for simulating spray combustion in engines
Lackmann T., Nygren A, Karlsson A., Oevermann M., Investigation of turbulence-chemistry interactions in a heavy-duty diesel engine with a representative interactive linear eddy model
simulating spray combustion"
or in other words
"A new approach for analysing combustion processes in engines"
The goal of this thesis is the further improvement of combustion engines in
terms of efficiency and emissions. Especially the reduction of
pollutant formation is of
serious concern to the whole society.
New combustion concepts decrease emissions. These new concepts
require new computational tools,
which are able to predict combustion for those specific conditions.
The first part of the thesis introduces a new model, which is able
to investigate combustion engines operating under
non-standard combustion modes,
while the second part of the thesis deals with the
extension of existing knowledge about extinction in flames.
Both topics contribute to the development of clean and high efficient
Fluid Mechanics and Acoustics
Doktorsavhandlingar vid Chalmers tekniska högskola. Ny serie: 4292
Chalmers University of Technology
Opponent: Prof. Dr.-Ing Christian Hasse, Technical University Freiberg, Germany