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Multi-Dimensional Modeling Meeting 2000

Tenth International Multidimensional Engine Modeling User's Group Meeting

The Courtyard by Marriot Hotel, Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., March 5, 2000

Introduction: Jef Dawson, Cray Research

Topics

Rapid Meshing and Advanced Physical Modeling for Gasoline DI Engine Application
R. Tatschl, AVL LIST GmbH

Three-Dimensional Modeling of Pollutant Formation in a DI-Diesel Engine Using Representative Interactive Flamelets
Norbert Peters, RWTH Aachen

Combustion and Spray Simulation of a GDI Engine Incorporating a Multi-Component Fuel
J. Deur, Adapco, Ltd.

Modeling of Multicomponent Fuel Effects on Internal Combustion Engines
Chia-Fon Lee, University of Illinois

Investigation of Spray Breakup and Droplet Transport from Rotary Cup Atomizer in Recirculating Flowfield
Ming-Chia Lai, Wayne State University

Using Representative Interactive Flamelets in Three-Dimensional Modeling of the Diesel Combustion Process Including Effects of Heat Transfer
Carl Hergart, Ford Res. Center Aachen

Testing and Development of LES Models for use in Multidimensional Modeling
Eric Pomraning, University of Wisconsin

Simultaneous Reduction of Emissions and Fuel Consumption using Genetic Algorithms and Multi-Dimensional Spray and Combustion Modeling
Rolf Reitz, University of Wisconsin

Implementation of a Spray and Combustion Library in Engine CFD Codes
Song-Charng Kong, University of Wisconsin

Simulation of Engine Flow with Swirl using Re-Stress Turbulence Model in KIVA Code
Yang, S. L., Michigan Technological University

Mesh Generation for KIVA-3V
James Yi, Ford Motor, Co.

Additional Papers:

CFD Simulation of DI Diesel Engine Combustion Using VECTIS
G. Li, S.M. Sapsford, Ricardo Consulting Engineer's Ltd., Shoreham-by-Sea, UK

Dispersion and Deposition of Inhalation Therapy Sprays in the Larynx and Trachea Using Experimental and Numerical Methods
T. Gemci, T. E. Corcoran and N. Chigier, Carnegie Mellon University