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Autor     Reinhard Tatschl, Christopher v. Künsberg Sarre, Eberhard v. Berg
Titel    IC-engine Spray modelling – status and Outlook
Jahr    2002
Anmerkung    International Multidimensional Engine Modeling User’s Group Meeting at the SAE Congress 2002
URL    http://www.erc.wisc.edu/documents/4-Tatschl-AVL.pdf

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The atomization of sprays can be divided into two main processes, primary and secondary breakup. The former takes place in the region close to the nozzle. It is not only determined by the interaction between the liquid and gaseous phases but also by internal nozzle phenomena like turbulence. Atomization that occurs further downstream in the spray due to hydrodynamic interaction processes, and which is largely independent of the nozzle type, is called secondary breakup. The atomization of IC-engine fuel sprays can be divided into two main processes, primary and secondary break-up. The former takes place in the region close to the nozzle at high Weber numbers. It is not only determined by the interaction between the liquid and gaseous phases but also by internal nozzle phenomena like turbulence and cavitation. Atomization that occurs further downstream in the spray due to aerodynamic interaction processes and which is largely independent of the nozzle type is called secondary break-up.
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Currently the most common spray description is based on the Lagrangian discrete droplet method (DDM) (e.g., Rüger, et al., 2000). While the continuous phase is described by the standard Eulerian conservation equations, the transport of the dispersed phase is calculated by tracking the trajectories of a certain number of representative parcels (particles). A parcel consists of a number of droplets and it is assumed that all the droplets within one parcel have the same physical properties and behave equally when they move, breakup, or evaporate. The coupling between the liquid and the gaseous phases is achieved by source term exchange for mass, momentum, energy, and turbulence. Various submodels account for the effects of turbulent dispersion, coalescence, evaporation, and droplet breakup. The Lagrangian method is especially suitable for dilute sprays, but has shortcomings with respect to modeling of dense sprays. Further problems are reported connected with bad statistical convergence and also with dependence of the spray on grid size (Schmidt and Rutland, 2000). Currently the most common spray description is based on the Lagrangian discrete droplet method [8]. While the continuous gaseous phase is described by the standard Eulerian conservation equations, the transport of the dispersed phase is calculated by tracking the trajectories of a certain number of representative parcels (particles). A parcel consists of a number of droplets and it is assumed that all the droplets within one parcel have the same physical properties and behave equally when they move, break up, hit a wall or evaporate. The coupling between the liquid and the gaseous phases is achieved by source term exchange for mass, momentum, energy and turbulence. Various sub-models account for the effects of turbulent dispersion [9], coalescence [10], evaporation [11], wall interaction [12] and droplet break up [13].

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This method is especially suitable for dilute sprays, but has shortcomings with respect to modeling of dense sprays where particle interactions are strongly influenced by collisions and parcels have to be rearranged and redistributed very often. Further problems are reported connected with bad statistical convergence [18] and also with dependence of the propagation of the spray on grid size [19].


[8] Dukowicz, J.K., A Particle-Fluid Numerical Model for Liquid Sprays, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 35, pp. 229-253, 1980

[9] Gosman A.D. and Ioannides, E., Aspects of Computer Simulation of Liquid-Fueled Combusters, J. Energy, 7, pp. 482-490, 1983

[10] O’Rourke, P.J., Modeling of Drop Interaction in Thick Sprays and a Comparison with Experiments, IMechE - Stratified Charge Automotive Engines Conference, 1980

[11] Dukowicz, J.K., Quasi-steady Droplet Phase Change in the Presence of Convection, Los Alamos Report LA-7997-MS, 1979

[12] Naber, J.D., Reitz, R.D., Modeling Engine Spray / Wall Impingement, SAE 880107, 1988

[13] Liu, A.B. and Reitz, R.D., Modeling the Effects of Drop Drag and Breakup on Fuel Sprays, SAE 930072

[18] Krüger, Ch., Validierung eines 1D-Spraymodells zur Simulation der Gemischbildung in direkteinspritzenden Dieselmotoren, Dissertation RWTH Aachen, März, 2001

[19] Abraham, J., What is Adequate Resolution in the Numerical Computation of Transient Jets?, SAE 970051

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Currently the most common spray description is based on the Lagrangian discrete droplet method (DDM) (e.g., Rüger, et al., 2000). While the continuous phase is described by the standard Eulerian conservation equations, the transport of the dispersed phase is calculated by tracking the trajectories [of a certain number of representative parcels (particles).]

Rüger, M., S. Hohmann, M. Sommerfeld and G. Kohnen (2000). Euler/Lagrange calculations of turbulent sprays: The effect of droplet collisions and coalescence. Atomization and Sprays 10, pp. 47-81.

Currently the most common spray description is based on the Lagrangian discrete droplet method [8]. While the continuous gaseous phase is described by the standard Eulerian conservation equations, the transport of the dispersed phase is calculated by tracking the trajectories of a certain number of representative parcels (particles).

[8] Dukowicz, J.K., A Particle-Fluid Numerical Model for Liquid Sprays, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 35, pp. 229-253, 1980

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A parcel consists of a number of droplets and it is assumed that all the droplets within one parcel have the same physical properties and behave equally when they move, break up, or evaporate. The coupling between the liquid and the gaseous phases is achieved by source term exchange for mass, momentum, energy, and turbulence. Various submodels account for the effects of turbulent dispersion, coalescence, evaporation, and droplet breakup. The Lagrangian method is especially suitable for dilute sprays, but has shortcomings with respect to modeling of dense sprays. Further problems are reported connected with bad statistical convergence and also with dependence of the spray on grid size (Schmidt and Rutland, 2000).

Schmidt, D.P. and C.J. Rutland (2000). A new droplet collision algorithm. Journal of Computational Physics 164, pp. 62-80.

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A parcel consists of a number of droplets and it is assumed that all the droplets within one parcel have the same physical properties and behave equally when they move, break up, hit a wall or evaporate. The coupling between the liquid and the gaseous phases is achieved by source term exchange for mass, momentum, energy and turbulence. Various sub-models account for the effects of turbulent dispersion [9], coalescence [10], evaporation [11], wall interaction [12] and droplet break up [13].

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This method is especially suitable for dilute sprays, but has shortcomings with respect to modeling of dense sprays where particle interactions are strongly influenced by collisions and parcels have to be rearranged and redistributed very often. Further problems are reported connected with bad statistical convergence [18] and also with dependence of the propagation of the spray on grid size [19].


[8] Dukowicz, J.K., A Particle-Fluid Numerical Model for Liquid Sprays, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 35, pp. 229-253, 1980

[9] Gosman A.D. and Ioannides, E., Aspects of Computer Simulation of Liquid-Fueled Combusters, J. Energy, 7, pp. 482-490, 1983

[10] O’Rourke, P.J., Modeling of Drop Interaction in Thick Sprays and a Comparison with Experiments, IMechE - Stratified Charge Automotive Engines Conference, 1980

[11] Dukowicz, J.K., Quasi-steady Droplet Phase Change in the Presence of Convection, Los Alamos Report LA-7997-MS, 1979

[12] Naber, J.D., Reitz, R.D., Modeling Engine Spray / Wall Impingement, SAE 880107, 1988

[13] Liu, A.B. and Reitz, R.D., Modeling the Effects of Drop Drag and Breakup on Fuel Sprays, SAE 930072

[18] Krüger, Ch., Validierung eines 1D-Spraymodells zur Simulation der Gemischbildung in direkteinspritzenden Dieselmotoren, Dissertation RWTH Aachen, März, 2001

[19] Abraham, J., What is Adequate Resolution in the Numerical Computation of Transient Jets?, SAE 970051

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Not marked as a citation. Text has already been used on page 9 (see Jem/Fragment_009_14). Takeover continues from the previous page (see Jem/Fragment_117_19).

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