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International Multidimensional Engine Modeling Meeting

Meeting Registration Call For Paper 2017 Meeting Agenda IMEM Paper Archive

International Multidimensional Engine Modeling User's Group Meeting

at the SAE Congress

12:00-5:30pm     Meeting
5:30-7:30pm     Reception
April 9, 2018

Tentative Presentations:

Simulation of ECN sprays with a LES Turbulent Dispersion Model

Hongjiang Li, Christopher J. Rutland Hong G. IM, Francisco Hernández Pérez

UW-Madison, KAUST

FRESCO - an object-oriented, parallel platform for internal combustion engine simulations

F. Perini, R.D. Reitz


High-fidelity heat transfer modeling for the automotive CFD applications

Sanjin Saric, Simon Gomboc, Andrej Poredos, Sarah Santner and Branislav Basara

AVL List GmbH

A new chemical kinetic mechanism for bio-diesel using decoupling methodology and latest C3 model

Shiyou Yang

Ford Motor Company

Tabulated kinetics to model compression ignition engines operating with advanced combustion modes

T. Lucchini, G. D'Errico, E. Baudoin, S. Mayer, G. Hardy

Politecnico di Milano, Man Diesel & Turbo, FPT Motorenforschung AG

Numerical simulation of reforming effects of additional strokes in 6-stroke engine combustion

O. Rajiput, Y. Ra

Michigan Tech

Recent improvements of the G-equation combustion model in STAR-CD: Integration of multi-component fuel and detailed chemistry with application to GDI engines and special emphasis on knock

Marc Zellat&Al

Siemens (CD-adapco)

Impact of Formulation of Fuel Surrogates on Engine Knock Prediction

Corinna Netzer, Lars Seidel, Harry Lehtiniemi, Frédéric Ravet, Fabian Mauss

Brandenburg University of Technology, LOGE AB, Renault S.A.S

A simplified CFD model for radiative heat transfer in engines

D.C. Haworth and C. Paul


Simulation of the gas exchange in an optical accessible GDI engine using STAR-ICE validated by dual-plane high speed PIV measurements

Simon Fischer et. al.

Advances in tabulated chemistry modelling for Diesel engine combustion

Ferry Tap, Peter Priesching