Improved Experimental Agreement of Ionization and Pressure Peak Location by Adding a Dynamical NO-Model

Abstract

Modelling combustion engines is an important tool in engine research. Development and modelling of ionization current has potential in developing virtual pressure sensors based on ionization measurements. Previous models has problem when predicting the true relationship between the pressure peak location and ionization peak location, and both too early and too late predictions has been observed. An explanation for these discrepancies are provided and a model where the experimental mismatch has been reduced to less than one CAD is also presented. This is well within the measurement uncertainty.

37 Figures and Tables

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{Claesson2004ImprovedEA, title={Improved Experimental Agreement of Ionization and Pressure Peak Location by Adding a Dynamical NO-Model}, author={Daniel Claesson and Gunnar Cedersund}, year={2004} }