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Organizers: Essam El-hannouny, Argonne National Laboratory; Tarek M. Abdel-Salam, East Carolina University; Zhengbai Liu, Navistar Inc.

Organizers: Thomas Briggs, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Raj P. Ranganathan; Martin Tuner, Lund Univ.

Organizers: Bengt Johansson, Lund University; Gerald Micklow, East Carolina University; Robert M. Wagner, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Organizers: hardo Barths, General Motors LLC; Sarah Diakhaby, Computational Dynamics, Ltd.; Allen Gosman, CD-adapco; Carl hergart, Caterpillar

Diesel Injection-System Simulation: Added Value of the Energy Conservation Equation

A Rankine Cycle System for Recovering Waste heat from hD Diesel Engines - WhR System Development

Combustion Control for Waste-heat Recovery System in Internal Combustion Engine Vehicles: Increase in Exhaust-Gas heat by Combustion Phasing and its Effect on Thermal Efficiency Factors

Effect of Flowfield Non-Uniformities on Emissions Predictions in hSDI Engines

(2011-01-0389)

(2011-01-0311)

(Oral Only) Toshio Shudo, Tokyo Metropolitan University

(2011-01-0821)

Francesca Furno, Romain Gonard, LMS International - 1D Simulation

ho Teng, AVL Powertrain Engineering Inc.; Jeffrey Klaver, AVL Powertrain Engineering Inc; Talus Park, AVL Powertrain Engineering Inc.; Gary L. hunter, Bryan van der Velde, AVL Powertrain Engineering Inc

Michael Bergin, Wisconsin Engine Research Consultants; Rolf Reitz, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Response Surface Modeling of Diesel Spray Parameterized by Geometries Inside of Nozzle

Thermodynamic Advantages of Low Temperature Combustion (LTC) Engines Using Low heat Rejection (LhR) Concepts

Computational Optimization of a heavy- Duty Compression Ignition Engine Fueled with Conventional Gasoline

Parametric Evaluation of Design and Operating Conditions of a Low Temperature Combustion Diesel Engine through 3-D Simulation

(2011-01-0390)

(2011-01-0312) Jerald A. Caton, Texas A&M University

(2011-01-0356)

(2011-01-0825)

Naoki Kurimoto, Masayuki Suzuki, Mutsumi Yoshino, Yoshiaki Nishijima, DENSO CORPORATION

Adam B. Dempsey, Rolf D. Reitz, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, ERC

Young J. Lee, Kang Y. huh, Pohang Univ. of Science and Technology; Seung M. Oh, Sunyoup Lee, Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials

A Computational Investigation of Flash- Boiling Multi-hole Injectors with Gasoline- Ethanol Blends

Determination of Empirical heat Transfer Coefficients via CFD to Predict the Interface Temperature of Continuously Slipping Clutches

Fuel Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) Combustion in Light- and heavy-duty Engines

An Investigation on the Performance of Partially Stratified Charge CI Ethanol Engines

(2011-01-0384)

(2011-01-0313)

(2011-01-0357)

(2011-01-0837)

Kshitij Neroorkar, David Schmidt, Univ. of Massachusetts-Amherst

Aliihsan Karamavruc, Zhiru Shi, Dave Gunther, LuK USA LLC

Sage Kokjohn, Reed hanson, Derek Splitter, John Kaddatz, Rolf Reitz, Univ. of Wisconsin

Annarita Viggiano, Vinicio Magi, University of Basilicata

Numerical Simulation of Diesel Sprays Using an Eulerian-Lagrangian Spray and Atomization (ELSA) Model Coupled with Nozzle Flow

Thermal Management on Small Gasoline Engines

Boosting Simulation of high Efficiency Alternative Combustion Mode Engines

Interaction of Multiple Fuel Sprays in a heavy-Duty Diesel Engine

(2011-01-0386)

(2011-01-0314)

(2011-01-0358)

(2011-01-0841)

Yue Wang, Won Geun Lee, Rolf Reitz, Univ of Wisconsin; Ramachandra Diwakar, GM Research Labs

Torsten Mueller, helmut hans, Winfried Krebs, Stuart Smith, Achim Koenigstein, Adam Opel AG - General Motors Company

Christopher Chadwell, Terrence Alger, Charles Roberts, Southwest Research Institute; Steven Arnold, Engine Systems Innovation Inc.

Armin Wehrfritz, Ossi Kaario, Ville Vuorinen, Aki Tilli, Martti Larmi, Aalto University

Modeling the Influence of Molecular Interactions on the Vaporization of Multi- component Fuel Sprays

Thermoelectric Exhaust Energy Recovery with Temperature Control through heat Pipes

Benefits of Late Inlet Valve Timing Strategies Afforded Through the Use of Intake Cam In Cam Applied to a Gasoline Turbocharged Downsized Engine

A Comprehensive Numerical Study of Diesel Fuel Spray Formation with OpenFOAM

(2011-01-0387)

(2011-01-0315)

(2011-01-0360)

(2011-01-0842)

Qi Jiao, Youngchul Ra, Rolf Reitz, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison

Jorge Martins, L.M. Goncalves, Joaquim Antunes, Francisco P. Brito, Universidade do Minho

James Taylor, Neil Fraser, MAhLE Powertrain Ltd.; Rene Dingelstadt, hermann hoffmann, MAhLE International Gmbh

Anne Kösters, Chalmers Univ. of Technology; Anders Karlsson, Volvo Technology Corp.

Nozzle Flow Characterization of Alternate Fuels for Compression Ignition Engine Applications

Thermal Characterization of Air-Cooled Aluminum Die-Cast Cylinder Blocks with Various Cast Iron and Aluminum Liners

Fuel Effects on Reactivity Controlled Compression Ignition (RCCI) Combustion at Low Load

Effect of Different Cetane Number Fuels on Diesel Engine Combustion and Emissions

(Oral Only)

(2011-01-0316)

(2011-01-0361)

(Oral Only)

Sibendu Som, Douglas Longman, Argonne National Laboratory

Kohei Nakashima, Yuji Sakakibara, Sumio Teramoto, Meijo Univ.; Masao Yoshida, Aichi University of Technology; Yoshio Murakami, Masago Yamamoto, Meijo Univ.; Kiyoyuki Kawai, Teikoku Piston Ring Co., Ltd.

Reed hanson, Sage Kokjohn, Derek Splitter, Rolf Reitz, Univ. of Wisconsin

Suresh Aggarwal, Univ. of Illinois; Stephen Ciatti, Swaminathan Subramanian, Argonne National Laboratory

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TUESDA , APRIL 12 - AFTERNOON Technical and Business Sessions

SESSION TITLE, DESCRIPTION, AND ROOM

This session will highlight technologies impacting IC engine efficiency, including engine downsizing, pressure boosting and turbocharging; intelligent combustion such as high dilution, low temperature and stratified charge; variable compression ratios and fully variable valvetrains; advanced fuel injection technologies, and much more.

The spectrum of papers solicited for this session reflect the truly multidisciplinary nature of the field, covering advances in areas such as chemical kinetics, combustion and spray modeling, turbulence, mesh generation, and approaches targeting improved computational efficiency. Papers employing multi-dimensional modeling to gain a deeper understanding of processes related to turbulent transport, transient phenomena, and chemically reacting, two-phase flows are also encouraged.

1:00 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

W2-68

Fuel Injection and Sprays - Modeling (Part 2 of 2) (PFL210)

This session is devoted to experimental and computational work in the area of diesel fuel injection systems and sprays. Topics include: spray characterization, cavitation, multi-phase jet modeling, CFD models for spray processes, wall films and impingement, hydraulic circuit analysis, and dissolved gas effects. Studies of both gasoline and diesel fuel sprays and fuel injection equipment are encouraged.

1:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m.

O2-37

Heat Transfer and Advances in Thermal & Fluid Sciences (PFL214)

This session focuses on fundamental numerical (1D and 3D CFD) and experimental research in the areas of heat and mass transfer and fluid flow that impacts engine and vehicle performance and design. Subject areas include convection, conduction, radiation, porous media, phase change including boiling, condensation, melting and freezing. Application areas include, combustion, emissions, cooling, lubrication, exhaust, intake, fuel delivery, external air flow, unde

hood and under body. 1:00 p.m. - 3:20 p.m.

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W2-66

High Efficiency IC Engines (PFL216)

O2-35/36

Multi-Dimensional Engine Modeling (Part 2 of 4) (PFL209)

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