Optimization of Four Stroke C.I. Engine Performance by Using Statistical Techniques (Stimulation Method)
International Journal of Emerging Technology and Innovative Engineering Volume 5, Issue 5, May 2019
8 Pages Posted: 3 Jun 2019
Date Written: May 14, 2019
Model-based design processes are key to the reduction of time scales for new vehicle and engine programs. Computer simulation is now an inextricable component of many automotive engineering projects. At the start of the development of a new engine extensive optimization is performed using performance simulation and base-engine analysis software which directly drives the prototype design function. In this project a one-dimensional Engine simulation is used to predict the combustion, performance of a four stroke DI diesel engine, for varying design and operating parameters and their validation with the experimental data. The intention of this project is to learn the process of one-dimensional engine simulation and document what has been learned about the process as well as the potential of the software for further engine optimization. A mathematical model of a single cylinder diesel engine is simulated using commercial available engine simulation software & its combustion and performance are experimentally validated.
Keywords: IC Engine, Stimulation, Taguchi method, Experimental analyzing
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