Numerical investigation of soot formation and oxidation processes under large two-stroke marine diesel engine-like conditions using integrated CFD-chemical kinetics

@inproceedings{Pang2016NumericalIO,
  title={Numerical investigation of soot formation and oxidation processes under large two-stroke marine diesel engine-like conditions using integrated CFD-chemical kinetics},
  author={Kar Mun Pang and Nikolas Karvounis and Jens H. Walther and Jesper Schramma},
  year={2016}
}
  • Kar Mun Pang, Nikolas Karvounis, +1 author Jesper Schramma
  • Published 2016
In this reported work, multi-dimensional computational fluid dynamics studies of diesel combustion and soot formation processes in a constant volume combustion chamber and amarine diesel engine are carried out. The key interest here is firstly to validate the coupling of a newly developed skeletal n-heptane mechanism and a revised multi-step soot model using laser extinction measurements of diesel soot obtained at different ambient pressure levels in an optical accessible, constant volume… CONTINUE READING

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