12th International Symposium on Combustion Diagnostics - 12th International Symposium on Combustion Diagnostics - AVL International Simulation Conference 2019
12th International Symposium on Combustion Diagnostics
In the period between the symposiums the question arises whether examination, analysis and optimization of a combustion engine are still worth holding a particular conference?
I think it is good to ask this ourselves again and again.
Because you always show us with your contributions and your interest that the understanding of these processes is a core competence of engine manufacturers and suppliers. It is the dominant energy conversion process that not only determines engine efficiency significantly but also defines which exhaust gas components the “chemical factory afterwards” has to manage.
Nowadays nobody is talking any longer about the near end of the combustion engine. Everybody knows that there will be a period of duality between electric and combustion engine in that each engine will develop itself and will find its “niche”. All this will not only be determined and driven by purely rational technical solutions but also the legislature intervenes into this market development. For this reason, Real Driving Conditions (as emissions are a result of the same) and friction reduction as a means of CO2 reduction are two main topics. Nevertheless, no one can predict the actual development of the markets and how customers really will (re)act.
Besides the development of the "optimum" internal combustion engines, the symposium is dedicated to methods and rapid measurement techniques that are necessary to that end. The measurement and analysis will be often completed by virtual sensors – these can be real pictures – and/or simulated signals which can be pictures as well. Capturing all important signals simultaneously and correctly as well as analyzing them efficiently and properly, is still a challenge for today’s engine developers. This is true both for individual subsystems as well as for the entire driveline system. In the latter case it is also important to understand the "cross effects" between the subsystems.
- Visualization – What is the way forward?
- Possibilities and limits of the combustion analysis
- RDE requirements made on combustion diagnostics
- Emission prevention already in the combustion chamber
- Simulation in practice and in the future
- How do I measure correctly?
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Welcome and Opening of the 12th International Symposium on Combustion Diagnostics
The relevance of combustion diagnostics in powertrain development of GM
Future of Powertrain Technology
From RDE towards RDD - Does RDE also require "Real Drive Diagnostics"?
Euro6c Particulate Emission Development Using Piston Surface Temperature Measurement and Optical Visualization
Experimental analysis of soot formation in BMW TwinPower Turbo engines by simultaneous use of high-speed endoscopy and a fiber-optic instrumented spark plug
Near-Simultaneous Visualization of Liquid and Vapor Phases of Fuel Sprays at Engine-Like Conditions
Optical Investigations of Flame Kernel Formation in an SI Engine with Diluted Mixtures
Volume-resolved gas velocity and spray measurements in engine applications
Gasoline Low Temperature Combustion - Optical Diagnostics and Simulations of Reactive Flow Process as a Key Favtor for Controlled
Potential and Limitations of Cylinder Pressure Based Engine Testing and Ways for Plausibility Checks
Injection rate, Imaging and Momentum Flux: a comprehensive approach for the analysis of advanced injection processes
Synchronized data acquisition at the test bench and cycle related GCA-calculation of "real driving" applications
Cocktail-Reception followed by Dinner
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
A Study of the Impact of Pilot-Main Dwell on Late-Cycle Flow in the Piston Bowl of a Light Duty Optical Diesel Engine
Injector spray development and ECU calibration by using DOE and optical methods in stationary and dynamic conditions to reach EU6.
Virtual Engine Development as Success Factor in the F.I.A. Rally World Championship (WRC)
Large-Eddy Simulation of cyclic variability and knock in a GDI engine
The perspective of scale-resolving high-resolution simulations and improved models as diagnostic tools for combustion process design
Friction power reduction development in the new V6-TFSI-Engine from Audi
Combustion diagnostic meets friction analysis
Methods for friction analysis in motored condition with external supercharging
CO2 Reduction by Crank Train Friction Optimization
Evaluation of friction reduction measures on fired combustion engines: test bench technologies / measurement systems / methods
End of Conference