Comparison of engine knock predictions using a fully-detailed and a reduced chemical kinetic mechanism

@inproceedings{Cowart1989ComparisonOE,
  title={Comparison of engine knock predictions using a fully-detailed and a reduced chemical kinetic mechanism},
  author={Jack Cowart and James C. Keck and John B. Photographer Heywood and Charles K. Westbrook and William J. Pitz},
  year={1989}
}
  • Jack Cowart, James C. Keck, +2 authors William J. Pitz
  • Published 1989
  • Mathematics, Chemistry
  • Two different chemical kinetic models are used to interpret engine knock data obtained in a laboratory internal combustion engine. These consisted of a detailed chemical kinetic model and a global kinetic model, both calibrated to be able to describe these conditions. Both models are found to provide accurate simulations of the experimental data, but both models required calibration and/or updating. The comparisons of both models with experimental results are discussed, and the two models are… CONTINUE READING

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