Simulations of Internal Combustion Engines
The development efficient and clean internal combustion engines requires a detailed description and a deep understanding of the flow and the chemical processes. Finite volume methods based on open-source programs are used to simulate these processes. Extensive experimental capabilities provide the basis for the validation of existing and the development of new models and numerical methods.
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Nguyen, M. T., Large Eddy Simulation of Internal Combustion Engine with Efficient, Particle-based Moving Immersed Boundaries, PhD Thesis (2017).
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