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Electromechanics and mechanical engineering

Simulation of diesel engine energy conversion processes

Authors:
A. S. Afanas'ev1
A. A. Tret'yakov2
  • 1 — Saint-Petersburg Mining University
  • 2 — Military Academy of Logistics
Date submitted:
2016-12-29
Date published:
2016-06-01

Abstract

In order to keep diesel engines in good working order the troubleshooting methods shall be improved. For their further improvement by parameters of associated processes a need has arisen to develop a diesel engine troubleshooting method based on time parameters of operating cycle. For such method to be developed a computational experiment involving simulation of diesel engine energy conversion processes has been carried out. The simulation was based on the basic mathematical model of reciprocating internal combustion engines, representing a closed system of equations and relationships. The said model has been supplemented with the engine torque dynamics taking into account the current values of in-cylinder processes with different amounts of fuel injected, including zero feed. The torque values obtained by the in-cylinder pressure conversion does not account for mechanical losses, which is why the base simulation program has been supplemented with calculations for the friction and pumping forces. In order to determine the indicator diagram of idle cylinder a transition to zero fuel feed mode and exclusion of the combustion process from calculation have been provisioned.

10.18454/pmi.2016.6.839
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