International Conference on Computational and Experimental Methods in Reciprocating Engines
This volume presents the latest developments and their application to engine research, advanced engineering, and product development. Computational and Experimental Methods in Reciprocating Engines highlights new techniques required in achieving commercial success by integrating advanced computational and experimental techniques into engine design. Featuring leading industry experts this volume contains papers covering such topics as: - Gasoline direct injection engines - Modeling of unsteady flows - Emissions measurements and modelling - Sprays and in-cylinder flows - Diesel engines - Optical methods - Advanced experimental techniques - Mechanical design techniques Computational and Experimental Methods in Reciprocating Engines will be of great interest to suppliers of engine systems and components needing to appraise the latest computational and experimental techniques that take the time and cost out of the development process.
Users of computational techniques, those responsible for developing new experimental or computational techniques, users of test equipment, and supplies of engine test equipment for design and development will also find this volume a must for their bookshelves.