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THURSDA , APRIL 14 - MORNING Technical and Business Sessions



Engine Flows and Combustion Diagnostics (Part 1 of 2) (PFL212)

Mixing-Controlled CI Combustion

(Part 1 of 2) (PFL204)

This session features papers that focus on extending and improving various sensors and diagnostic methods that can be employed to examine the flow and combustion processes in both production engines and research environments. Examples of diagnostics of interest include, but are not limited to: pressure sensors, ion probes, exhaust gas composition analyzers, and various optical techniques.

Features CI combustion technologies distinguished by 1) mixing processes that influence combustion; and 2) combustion phasing closely coupled to the timing of fuel injection. Includes the impact of the fuel injection and jet-mixing processes (e.g. multiple injection strategies, group-hole/complex injector geometries); impact of swirl/spray targeting on mixing processes; combustion chamber/engine geometry optimization; sources of combustion inefficiency; and the impact of operating conditions.

8:00 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.

8:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.




Modeling of SI and Diesel

Engines: Engine Breathing and

Boosting (PFL208)

Zero-dimensional, one-dimensional, and quasi-dimensional models for simulation of SI and CI engines with respect to: engine breathing and boosting; SI combustion and emissions; CI combustion and emissions; fundamentals of engine thermodynamics; thermal management; mechanical and lubrication systems; system level models for controls; system level models for vehicle fuel economy and emissions predictions.

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.


Transmission and Driveline: Simulation / Modeling (PFL608)

This session will include papers that cover modeling and simulation of transmission and driveline components.

8:00 a.m. - 10:20 a.m.

Organizers: Oivind Andersson, Lund University; Anand h. Gandhi, Ford Powertrain Research Lab.; Matthew J. hall, Univ. of Texas-Austin; Benjamin Petersen, Sandia National Laboratories

Organizers: Jose M Garcia, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia; Song-Charng Kong, Iowa State Univ.; Budhadeb Mahakul, Deere & Company; Robert McDavid, Caterpillar Inc.; Mark P. B. Musculus, Sandia National Laboratories; Raul Payri, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia; Stefan Simescu, Southwest Research Institute; Dale R. Tree, Brigham Young Univ.; Rishikesh Venugopal, John F. Wright, Cummins Inc.; Yong Yi, Caterpillar Inc.; Ming Zheng, Univ. of Windsor

Organizers: Michael L. Briggs, Consultant; Federico Millo, Politecnico di Torino; Thomas Morel, Gamma Technologies Inc.; Christof Schernus, FEV MOTORENTEChNIK; Mark N. Subramaniam, FEV Inc.

Organizers: Chin-Yuan Perng, Ford Motor Co.; Gang Chen, Chrysler Group LLC

Chairpersons: Michael Briggs, Consultant

PIV Investigation of high Swirl Flow on Spray Structure and its Effect on Emissions in a Diesel-Like Environment

Discussion Break

Identification Technique for Quasi-1D Model of Gas Exchange Processes in a Two- Stroke Engine

Real Time Virtual Temperature Sensor for Transmission Clutches




Gerardo Valentino, Luigi Allocca, Luca Marchitto, Istituto Motori, CNR

Rustem Enikeev, Andrei Chernousov, Vladimir Mikhailov, UFA State Aviation Technical Univ.

Gang Chen, Kevin Baldwin, Edward Czarnecki, Chrysler Group LLC

PIV Measurements in the Swirl Plane of a Motored Light-Duty Diesel Engine

Injector Tip Design Improvement of the Diesel Injectors

One Dimensional Modeling of a Turbogenerating Spark Ignition Engine Operating on Biogas

Lubricant Flow and Temperature Prediction in a Planetary Gearset





Benjamin Petersen, Paul Miles, Sandia National Laboratories

Vladimir Marcov, Moscow State Technical Univ.; Sergey Gladyshev, Univ. of Michigan- Dearborn; Sergey Devianin, Moscow State Univ. for Agriculture

Ian George Mervyn Thompson, Stephen Spence, Charles McCartan, Queen’s Univ. of Belfast; Jonathan Talbot-Weiss, Bowman Power Group Ltd; David Thornhill, Queen’s Univ. of Belfast

Sujan Dhar, Amit Rawool, Sudipto Ray, GM Technical Center India Ltd. - General Motors Company; Fanghui Shi, General Motors Company

Analysis of the In-Cylinder Flow Field / Spray Injection Interaction within a DISI IC Engine Using high-Speed PIV

Low Emissions and high-Efficiency Diesel Combustion Using highly Dispersed Spray with Restricted In-Cylinder Swirl and Squish Flows

Study of Pressure Wave Supercharger Potential using a 1-D and a 0-D Approach

CFD Modeling of Squeeze Film Flow in Wet Clutch





Sebastian h. R. Müller, TU-Darmstadt, Center of Smart Interfaces; Stefan Arndt, Robert Bosch Gmbh; Andreas Dreizler, TU- Darmstadt, Center of Smart Interfaces

Kazuhisa Inagaki, Jyunichi Mizuta, Takayuki Fuyuto, Toyota Central R&D Labs., Inc.; Takeshi hashizume, hirokazu Ito, Toyota Motor Corporation; hiroshi Kuzuyama, Tsutomu Kawae, Toyota Industries Corporation; Masaaki Kono, Nippon Soken, Inc.

Ludek Pohorelsky, Zdenek Zak, Jan Macek, Oldrich Vitek, Czech Technical Univ. Prague

Jungdon Cho, Nikolaos Katopodes, Univ. of Michigan; Nimrod Kapas, Yuji Fujii, Ford Motor Company

Characterisation of Flow Structures in a Direct-Injection Spark-Ignition Engine using PIV, LDV and CFD

Using Multiple Injection Strategies in Diesel PCCI Combustion: Potential to Extend Engine Load, Improve Trade-off of Emissions and Efficiency

Calibration and Results of a Radial Turbine 1-D Model with Distributed Parameters

Combined Simulation Approach for Dry Clutches!





John Malcolm, Markus Behringer, Pavlos Aleiferis, Univ. College London; John Mitcalf, Dave OudeNijeweme, MAhLE Powertrain Ltd.

Yingying Lu, Wenbin Yu, Wanhua Su, Tianjin University

Jan Macek, Oldrich Vitek, Zdenek Zak, Czech Technical Univ.

Manfred Przybilla, Christian Kunze, Serdar Celik, Adam Opel AG - General Motors Company; Shachindra Dongaonkar, GM Technical Center India Ltd. - General Motors Company

Effect of Intake Port Design on the Flow Field Stability of a Gasoline DI Engine

Mode Transition between Low Temperature Combustion and Conventional Combustion with EGR and Injection Modulation in a Diesel Engine

1D Simulation and Experimental Analysis of a Turbocharger Compressor for Automotive Engines under Unsteady Flow Conditions

Experimental Validation of a heavy Goods Vehicle Fuel Consumption Model





Philipp Adomeit, FEV Motorentechnik Gmbh; Markus Jakob, RWTh Aachen Univ.; Stefan Pischinger, Andre Brunn, Jens Ewald, FEV Motorentechnik Gmbh

Kihyun Kim, Sangwook han, Choongsik Bae, Korea Advanced Inst of Science & Tech

Fabio Bozza, Vincenzo De Bellis, Universita’ di Napoli; Silvia Marelli, Massimo Capobianco, Universita’ di Genova

Aldo Sorniotti, Enrico Damiani, Univ. of Surrey; Tim Moorin, DhL Neutral Services

An Experimental Database Dedicated to the Study and Modelling of Cyclic Variability in Spark-Ignition Engines with LES

An Investigation of Particle Size Distributions with Post Injection in DI Diesel Engines

Computational Analysis of Internal and External EGR Strategies Combined with Miller Cycle Concept for a Two Stage Turbocharged Medium Speed Marine Diesel Engine

Transmission Algorithm Development using System Simulation (Virtual Vehicle)





Corine Lacour PhD, Cecile Pera, IFP Energies nouvelles

Jose Desantes, Vicente Bermudez, Antonio Garcia, Waldemar Linares, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia

Federico Millo, Marco Gianoglio Bernardi, Politecnico di Torino; Diego Delneri, Wartsila

Xuefeng Tao, Michael Kropinski, Colin hultengren, Kenneth Lang, Manmeet Mavi, General Motors Company

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