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7th international symposium on internal combustion diagnostics. Proceedings; 7. Internationales Symposium fuer Verbrennungsdiagnostik. Beitraege

Abstract

At one time combustion pressure indicating was the ''trigger'' for this symposium, and today it still serves as the basis for continued investigation of combustion phenomena. It now finds application throughout the development process, as more sophisticated analysis of conventional signals is possible. Understanding of localized combustion phenomena is substantially simplified by means of optical diagnostic methods, the application of which has reached a certain level of standardization. The presentations will cover specific topics including fuel spray analysis, ignition events and information about gas mixtures. The comparison and combination of results from measurement and simulation shed light on the complex processes in the combustion chamber. What's more, the linkage of two complementary methods offers substantial cost savings through reductions in test hardware and shorter development times. Focused application of all of the available tools allows us better to understand combustion processes, recognize the influential parameters and derive control algorithms. The latter are subsequently to be found in engines that fulfill both regulatory requirements and customer expectations. So it is that the symposium captures the current state of the art in combustion diagnostics through a combination of indicating, optical diagnostics and simulation, and offers both the methodology expert and the engine  More>>
Authors:
"NONE"
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2006
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-DE-1593
Resource Relation:
Conference: 7th international symposium on internal combustion diagnostics: indexing - visualization - simulation, 7. Internationales Symposium fuer Verbrennungsdiagnostik: Indizierung - Visualisierung - Simulation, Baden-Baden (Germany), 18-19 May 2006
Subject:
33 ADVANCED PROPULSION SYSTEMS; MEETINGS; INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES; STANDARDIZATION; FUELS; SPRAYS; IGNITION; INFORMATION; GASES; MIXTURES; SIMULATION; VISIBLE RADIATION; COMPLEXES; COMBUSTION CHAMBERS; COST; CONTROL; ALGORITHMS; DATES
OSTI ID:
20855226
Research Organizations:
AVL Deutschland GmbH, Mainz-Kastel (Germany)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ISBN 3-00-018208-X; TRN: DE07G4685
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE20855226
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
455 pages
Announcement Date:
May 04, 2007

Citation Formats

7th international symposium on internal combustion diagnostics. Proceedings; 7. Internationales Symposium fuer Verbrennungsdiagnostik. Beitraege. Germany: N. p., 2006. Web.
7th international symposium on internal combustion diagnostics. Proceedings; 7. Internationales Symposium fuer Verbrennungsdiagnostik. Beitraege. Germany.
2006. "7th international symposium on internal combustion diagnostics. Proceedings; 7. Internationales Symposium fuer Verbrennungsdiagnostik. Beitraege." Germany.
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title = {7th international symposium on internal combustion diagnostics. Proceedings; 7. Internationales Symposium fuer Verbrennungsdiagnostik. Beitraege}
abstractNote = {At one time combustion pressure indicating was the ''trigger'' for this symposium, and today it still serves as the basis for continued investigation of combustion phenomena. It now finds application throughout the development process, as more sophisticated analysis of conventional signals is possible. Understanding of localized combustion phenomena is substantially simplified by means of optical diagnostic methods, the application of which has reached a certain level of standardization. The presentations will cover specific topics including fuel spray analysis, ignition events and information about gas mixtures. The comparison and combination of results from measurement and simulation shed light on the complex processes in the combustion chamber. What's more, the linkage of two complementary methods offers substantial cost savings through reductions in test hardware and shorter development times. Focused application of all of the available tools allows us better to understand combustion processes, recognize the influential parameters and derive control algorithms. The latter are subsequently to be found in engines that fulfill both regulatory requirements and customer expectations. So it is that the symposium captures the current state of the art in combustion diagnostics through a combination of indicating, optical diagnostics and simulation, and offers both the methodology expert and the engine developer the ideal platform for discussion of today's issues - and to form their own opinions on them. Anyone wanting to keep up to date in this continuously developing and ever more complex area of activity certainly can't afford to miss our symposium. (orig.)}
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