In-cylinder combustion, emissions simulator

  • 08-Mar-2010 04:52 EST

The stochastic reactor modeling (SRM) suite from cmcl innovations is an in-cylinder combustion and emissions simulator for internal-combustion engine applications. It is used to solve the complex interaction of thermo, chemical, and fluid dynamic processes that occur during the compression, power, and expansion strokes in the engine cylinder. The SRM suite features the capability to solve for these processes using sophisticated numerical methods to account for detailed chemical kinetics, turbulent mixing, heat loss, and injection strategies, thereby enabling engineers to carry out more robust simulations of combustion and ensuing emissions without the heavy computational costs associated with conventional multidimensional CFD simulations. The software can be employed for spark-ignition and compression-ignition direct-injection combustion modes as well as homogeneous-charge compression ignition, low-temperature combustion, controlled auto ignition, and partially premixed compression ignition.

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