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CFD Analysis and Experimental Validation of Intake Swirl for Diesel Engine
Published in Mythos Technology
Volume: Special Issue, 2017
Issue: Special Issue, 2017
Pages: 1.0 - 6.0
Swirl is the one of the principle air motion inside the engine cylinder. Swirl plays a very important role in combustion process so it is required to maintain correct amount of Swirl value within cylinder to achieve required engine emission norms. Swirl is represented by a dimensionless number called ND Swirl. As valve lift changes the ND swirl value also changes. In this present work CFD Analysis is carried out to predict the amount of Swirl induced in Diesel engine during the air induction process. ND Swirl is calculated at valve lift of 6mm, 8mm, 9.476mm, 12mm and 16mm. After analysis it is observed that as Valve liftincreases Mass flow rate and ND Swirl value increases. ND Swirl value obtained from CFD analysis is validated with Experimental results and concluded that there is less than 5% of error in between CFD and Experimental results
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JournalInternational Engineering Research Journal
PublisherMythos Technology
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